We are looking for a PART-TIME Virtual Colour Designer (Decorator).
Are you someone who can take one look at an interior or exterior and know what colours it needs to be, or better yet, why it’s not working or how it could be better? Can you articulate your advice clearly and concisely in writing and visual support? We are looking for a part time (that could quickly turn into full-time) Interior Decorator or Designer with exceptional writing, problem solving, colour and decorating skills to work with our remote eDesign team.
This is a remote, freelance contracted position. You must live and reside in North America.
See the complete job description here.
Before I share my Christmas Home Tour for 2020 (coming soon), I wanted to take you on a tour of some Christmases past here on the blog. Let’s take a closer look at some of my favorite and festive colour combinations for holiday decor that aren’t red and green.[Click on the photo or the title to see more festive decor]
I think the best way to highlight your bright and festive Christmas colours (especially if you don’t live where you get snow in the winter) is with a flocked tree. This year, so many people installed Christmas early which is easy to do with a faux tree, so if you’re looking for one too, don’t miss my collection of the best flocked trees here.
I’ll have a blue Christmas… 🎶 This turquoise colour really pops in my assistant Kelly’s living room. At the time she wasn’t crazy about her espresso sofas, but all this icy blue sparkle really brought her living room to life. This post is full of fresh ideas for working with earthy tones. And, everyone could use a little leopard print.
This room, which was dubbed the most beautiful room in the world after she’d lived with the BEFORE for so long, couldn’t possible be decorated in any other colour combination, am I right?
The lovely soft pink and blue baubles make the most festive setting for this library at my sister’s house.
Pink and blue is another colour combination that works with a little leopard print, too!
This colourful combination is extra special since my house was featured in Canadian Living Magazine. It made all the time I spent meticulously wrapping decorative presents totally worth it.
Remember when my Director of eDesign, Tricia painted her living room BM Strawberry Yogurt? This beautiful colour combination befit her new wall colour very nicely.
If you haven’t decorated your house for the holidays, I hope this gave you some inspiration!
What colour is your Christmas decor this year? Did you decorate early or is it still after Thanksgiving for you? Canadian Thanksgiving happens in October so we’re ready earlier to move to Christmas, yay!