It’s a simple statement but has a rather complicated follow-up. How do we get color for our home at this point? Do we want an expensive designer to come to our home? Do we have time to take off from work to allow for hours of a color consultation? Can we hide our family away so we can be fully present for a color consultation? The answer to all of these questions is no. How do we work around this dilemma? With a qualified designer who works 100% virtual, that’s how.
It’s interesting how times have changed over the years. Remember the Avon lady? Yes, I just dated myself but still. She was a lady who went house to house to sell Avon products. It was actually fun to hear that doorbell ring and hear her say, “Avon calling.” Mom and I would spend an hour or so in the living room looking at all the Avon perfumes and lotions, and what fun it was to take that time out of our day to do so! Interior Design was the same for me years back and yes, going door to door was fun! Do I still do that today? No way!
I am 100% virtual and have been since 2007, way before Covid hit. Thank goodness I had the strong intuition to foresee this trend of going virtual way before it was needed. What was the game changer for me? Why did I go virtual?
I decided to no longer see any of my client’s live because it just got too creepy. Without any details, going into a stranger’s home these days is not advisable; you could not pay me enough; I’ve had that many close calls, and no money is worth it.
Many of my colleagues say that it’s impossible to design a color palette without being in the client’s home, and that is 100% not true! They just don’t have the training or insights that I have to make it possible for them.
Every designer has their own niche and does what works for them. I’m thrilled beyond belief that I can work from the comfort of my home office and design color palettes for people all over the country.
What is my point of this post? It’s to let you know that there is a HUGE need for people to have support and access to qualified designers to help them with the color choices for their homes.
- Don’t go to the local paint store and get a “color specialist” who will sell you the top ten colors that everyone else has.
- Don’t pay high prices for a fancy designer to come to your home and disrupt your schedule when it’s not necessary.
- Don’t feel uncomfortable in your own home when you’re trying to concentrate on the right colors but you’re getting a creepy vibe from the stranger in your home or kids are screaming in the other room but you can’t leave the “designer” along while you take care of the family. It’s not necessary, my friends.
Look into how a virtual design, and of course, I’m recommending myself, can easily, affordably, and quickly get a professional color scheme for your home from the comfort of your computer.
If you’d like to know more about how I can help you, fill out the form below with your questions, and I’ll be glad to give you a quote and answer all your questions.