I like this guy's camera and video tutorials.
I've loved his indoor shots at his desk and in this video he explains the camera stuff behind those shots.
I always thought his lighting was amazing and now I know the secret... but, unfortunately, that amazing, long skylight is not really an option for most people.
I love what he puts on the wall in the background of these videos. Kinda homey with the little framed artwork. That IS an option for most people. It's a little personal but not super personal, for example, he's not using family photos.
The background in a lot of indoor real estate videos is, well... bad. I'm struggling with the fact that I haven't hit upon the perfect background for shooting indoor videos and it's causing me to avoid doing indoor videos (plus remodeling my websites is taking me FOREVER). Instead of waiting until I hit upon the perfect background, I think I should just do some videos and improve the background and everything else as I go along. With me, the perfect is often the enemy of the good.