Why interior design projects lose momentum
Photo by Steve Johnson
Has your remodel lost momentum?
Moving into a new house is exciting. It’s okay if your new place isn’t perfect because you have time to make it your own.
Some upgrades are easy. Painting the exterior? Check. Buying a new couch? Check. Remodeling the bathroom? Uhhh…
Five, six, even ten years later, you’re still living with the same worn-out bathroom. Let’s face it. A coat of paint and a new shower curtain only go so far. It’s not like you haven’t tried.
You’ve saved pictures of bathrooms you love to Boards and Ideabooks. You’ve talked your spouse into a weekend round-robin of home improvement stores and tile showrooms. You’ve even asked friends and family for advice. Somehow, you always lose momentum. Why?
It turns out that shopping for a room – be that window shopping on Houzz or actual shopping at Home Depot – is not the same thing as designing a room. To design a room, you need knowledge, a process, and support.
It turns out that shopping for a room – be that window shopping on Houzz or actual shopping at Home Depot – is not the same thing as designing a room.
My team and I believe that you can start an interior design project and finish it, and we want to help with:
- In-depth information
- Powerful tools
- Generous support and community
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I believe that you are creative and resourceful and that you can design a fantastic new space. I can't wait to see it.
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