“Great spaces do not happen by accident. Some people have a gift for putting together rooms in a way that is pleasing to the eye, as well as functional. However, most people struggle with this. It seems so easy, but still, they cannot make it happen.” ~ Elinor Ellefson
Women think they should be able to ‘do it all’… be good wives, good mothers, good cooks, good housekeepers, good decorators, and much more. Many of you have careers and work outside your home and every minute of every day is filled with work, kids, and volunteer obligations. Do you ever feel you can’t add one more thing to your busy life or you could use some help?
Many homeowners express a desire to work with an interior decorator, yet few ever make the call. Preconceived ideas about opinionated designers or projects that went over budget keep many from calling a professional. Asking for help when you are ready to start freshening up your home, but you’re not sure where to start, is actually a very wise thing to do.
Consider asking for help if:
- You look at fabric or paint colors and just don’t know where to start.
- You have seen pictures on websites such as Pinterest or Houzz of the look you want and need help getting your project started.
- You and your spouse can’t agree on the direction of the project.
- You have bought accessories and furniture that you love and you don’t know how to make them work together.
- You need to do some major renovations and updates.
- Your kids have moved out and rooms in your home will have a different function.
- You own an older home with character and want to decorate it and remain true to its history.
- Your lifestyle and schedule doesn’t allow for time to decorate your home.
- You have good taste but just need someone to pull it all together.
- You are building a new home and need a professional to help you with all those decisions that will have to be made.
Don’t try to ‘do it all.’ Save yourself time, money and frustration and ask for help. ReDESIGNS by Ava offers consultation services and can help you with new accessories, fabrics and paint colors, furniture placement and so much more.