As we approach the end of the year, I like to look back on all the things I wrote about. I’m looking forward to 2015 because I will be changing my focus just a bit. I think I’m done talking about all the color trends and the “must haves” for the home. After doing this for 30 years, the hustle and bustle of that seems so meaningless now.
My focus is and always will be color. In 2015 and on I will be solely talking about how to choose the RIGHT colors for your home. Well didn’t I do this before? Well yes and no.
Since I received my 2nd #Reiki Attunement, my path now will be focused on how choosing certain colors for your home will actually make you FEEL good and even have strong healing capabilities. Is this legit? You bet your bottom dollar it is!
Also, with a very strong intuitive gift, I’m also able to hone in on the colors that are meant for you to have whether it’s just a color palette you like or a color palette you need.There is a difference. By the way, having this gift is one of the reasons I love my Virtual Designs so much, it’s like having my own little cheat sheet 🙂
I can tell you this. I compared myself with the clients I had this week to the clients I had a month ago and although I was always honed in, I clearly felt a much deeper connection with my clients and I saw it in their faces and reactions to the colors I chose for them and HOW I chose the colors for them. I know this is a lot to digest but trust me when I tell you this is the way to go, at least for me and it feels good!
A DIFFERENT LOOK FOR GRAPHICS
Now this is key. Aren’t you tired of seeing the same color palettes flooded in cyberspace? You know the ones with the pretty picture and then the squares, rectangles or circles beside or under calling out the colors? I’m guilty of sending these graphics out too but I’ve really had enough of those.
It’s time to redesign the way we look and think about color and I’m on it! Here is an example of the color palettes that I’ll be designing from now on. They will not have a picture to go with it but will have a “name” or “feeling” as the base of the design. For example, here is “soothing morning” and you see, no caps are involved here. Just a soothing name for a soothing color palette.