Imagine walking through your front door and feeling like you just stepped into a resort or a hotel suite. That feeling of entering a space that fulfills your needs and allows you to recharge: A space that allows you to be YOU.
"The wall colors transition smoothly as you go from one room to the next."
As you close the front door you pass the foyer then make your way to your living room when you notice that there are coordinated accessories, stunning artwork hung at eye level, and perfectly sized area rugs placed in the living room to create the most intimate, cozy sitting area. The furnishings are strategically placed to your liking and compliment the integrity of the room. The wall colors transition smoothly as you go from one room to the next.
As you enter your dining area you remember you have company coming shortly for dinner. You rush into the kitchen to get started on your menu. You layout your ingredients on your countertop which blends beautifully with your tile backsplash (that your designer specifically selected for you). The layout of your kitchen allows you to work efficiently and you waste no time preparing a lovely meal. You grab a clear vase and put some fresh flowers to make a simple yet organic centerpiece.
"Your home should reflect your personality. It should be a place where your guests leave knowing more about you than when they entered."
As you freshen up and wait for your guests to arrive you quickly take a minute and feel grateful and blessed to be HOME! There's no other place like home because there is no other YOU. Your home should reflect your personality. It should be a place where your guests leave knowing more about you than when they entered.
Are you ready to have your home tell YOUR story? Join me May 7th at my Design Workshop to find out your decor style, learn how to create an effective layout, and arrange accessories that will wow guests. Hurry, space is limited! Click Here to register and enter our Design Dilemma Contest!
Hope to see you in Havertown May 7th!
P.S. Do you lean more towards STYLE, FUNCTION or both? Share in the comments below or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know! I would love to hear from you.