It happens all the time. You install new flooring in the kitchen and suddenly your cabinets look old. You buy a new sofa and it makes the rest of your furniture look tired. The bathroom countertop you just replaced makes the floor tile look like it was installed in 1974.
The best, money saving advice to avoid the “can of worms” phenomenon that I give my clients every day is to help them visualize in advance what the changes will look like and then be able to communicate that end resul’ to my clients. And it’s actually really easy to do, and EVERYONE should know these little magic words. . .
It’s time for my October newsletter, so if you want to find out what those little magic words are, click here to subscribe to my free monthly newsletter. You’ll receive it this week. Along with two years worth of articles only available to subscribers. And you’ll instantly receive my special report ‘The Three Biggest Decorating Mistakes Homeowners Make and How to Avoid Them.” As a bonus, you’ll get my favourite go-to colours.
Thanks for being a subscriber!
Download my eBook, It’s All in the Undertones. If you have a computer, you can download my book!
To make sure the undertones in your home are right, get some large samples!
If you would like to learn to how choose the right colours for your home or for your clients, become a True Colour Expert.