I know you want to update that room of yours or maybe you’ve just moved into a new home and need to determine what to do with all of the spaces.
Wherever you are at in your design and decorating journey if you want to ensure you are SATISFIED with the outcome follow this THREE-PART RECIPE.
Wanna know what those three parts are?
Are you ready to commit to having a bad ass home? Are you ready to up your decorating game?
You want to create the home of your dreams?
OK GOOD. THAT’S WHAT I THOUGHT!
Your commitment to being a bad ass, if you choose to accept...
BE FULLY COMMITTED TO CREATING FUNCTION + BEAUTY.
A.K.A. You want your house to feel like the bad ass that you are.
Through this commitment you will also need to commit to something else you may not have thought of…..
WHAT NOT TO DO.
Otherwise known as, My Stop Doing List.
Good design is good because there is a laser focus. Which means the ability to know when something DOES NOT BELONG and eliminating thatthing immediately.
“Simplicity is complexity resolved.”
From Drab to Fab.
THIS IS YOUR GUIDE FOR COMMITING TO WHAT IT TAKES TO CLEAR THE WAY FOR THE FOUNDATION TO BE LAID.
YOUR EXISTING STUFF.
All of these must be addressed FIRST.
Do not take a step further until you have properly created a mood board for each space. Cleared out the clutter that’s been piling up creating stuck energy and holding you back in your life. And be honest with yourself about what existing pieces to keep. What existing pieces are truly fabulous and should be kept, and what pieces are tired, stained, broken, out grown that need to go?
The Power Position.
THROUGH PROPER PLACEMENT OF EVERYTHING YOUR SPACE WILL SUPPORT YOU IN LIVING THE LIFE YOU KNOW YOU ARE MEANT TO LEAD.
And guess what, shopping is the last thing you do!
DON’T BELIEVE ME?
SHOPPING IS LAST!
STILL DON’T BELIEVE ME?
YES SHOPPING IS THE LAST THING YOU DO.
Your problems will not be solved in a furniture showroom!
The power position means the COMPOSITION that will be your room.
COMPOSITION IS THE KEY.
This is similar to how a painter composes a painting. Or how a composer arranges a symphony. Each element is carefully examined in relation to the greater whole. And is examined for the function, layout, size, color, texture and style.
Exactly in that order.
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