If you want to understand why neutrals are so hard to describe you're in the right place.
If you want to learn how to have more confidence choosing colour for more than just walls, you're also in the right place.
Maria Killam is an internationally sought after colour expert, design blogger, author, trainer, decorator and stylist. She is passionate about all things colour and design, subjects she writes about extensively on her blog, Colour Me Happy.
Her no-nonsense colour advice, along with her friendly and inspiring writing style quickly turned Colour Me Happy into one of the top 10 colour blogs in North America with 1/4 of a million readers in over 150 countries around the world.
Maria's system immediately gives her readers (you) the confidence to communicate with your spouse, contractor, and designer about colour decisions in every area of the home from hardwood floors, tile, roof colour to paint colours.
This system not only gives you confidence, it also saves you from making expensive mistakes like this one.
Her secret weapon? Empowering you by teaching the answer to the question Why? Why is the colour you've chosen the correct one? You can literally take the answer to the question why to the bank with the thousands of dollars you'll save by making the right choice the first time.
Maria's experience conducting thousands of consultations in every style of home created the foundation for her revolutionary and breakthrough system of Understanding Undertones™.
Along with teaching fundamental colour and design principles through her best-selling book, How to Choose Paint Colours - It's All in the Undertones.
She also offers a three-day training, True Colour Expert – How to Specify Colour with Confidence for Designers, Architects, Decorators and Stagers where you'll learn how to really understand colour in a way that few people do; how to confidently find the right colour and, best of all, be able to give your clients, or your spouse or your contractor the reason WHY your colour choices are the right ones.
Maria is a member of the Color Marketing Group, the premier international association for colour design professionals.
Her blog has been featured in The Washington Post five times.