Being a business owner is rewarding, but it can also be so so hard, right?! Our jobs are complicated, the clients can be demanding, and there aren’t enough hours in the day. So how do we combat the stress? Here are 4 things that help me keep my sanity!
As we all know, interior design isn’t just furniture layouts and paint colors. We offer a luxury service that also improves the lives of our clients through functionality. And THAT’S how we should be selling our services!
Neutral paint colors should be so simple, right?! After all, white is white. Of course that’s completely wrong! There are literally hundreds of whites and thousands of neutral paint colors out there, and it can make your head spin to choose the right one. I have 5 go-to neutral paints that work for me EVERY time and I’m going to let you in on the secret now!
As interior designers, we know that there’s good design and then there’s GREAT design! And the great rooms always include custom looks, something that makes them stand out from all the others. But it’s also expensive, and sometimes you just have to talk your client into spending the extra money. But HOW?! I’ve got 3 fail-safe ways to sell custom design!
I love looking at color trends for the upcoming year – and we’ve already seen Sherwin-Williams release it’s top color for 2020. They went with a classic blue they’re calling Naval. But one thing I’ve noticed in the European trends are some very interesting color combos! Let’s take a look at 3 combinations that I think are going to be hot for 2020.
Okay, raise your hand if you laughed when you read the headline! I don’t blame you – grout is one of those things that IS important, but just doesn’t seem high on the list of things to talk about. But you and I know that our clients DO need to make decisions about grout.
If you’ve followed me or read my blog in the past, you know how much I LOVE my digital tools! Some of my longtime loves are Asana, Dropbox, and Google Docs. But there are some new tools and apps out there that are definitely catching my eye and making my life easier – let’s take a look!
There are 3 things that every luxury client will pay more for: top-notch customer service, anything that saves them time, and anything unique.
A niche helps you stand out from the crowd to your potential clients. You might think it limits you, but it doesn’t! It DEFINES you!
If you want to have a dream interior design project, then be sure that you start off on the right foot with your clients How? Try these three tips!