Well I'm kicking off the first day of my Learn How to Specify Colour for Interiors Summer School tomorrow (Wednesday) with my Rules for Whites, Rules for Neutrals and Rules for Colour. Then we'll jump right in to learning the 7 basic principles and questions I always have in my back pocket at every consultation. This is my first webinar so if you are far, far away and can't attend my Colour Training seminars in person, this is the next closest thing! Training you won't find anywhere else in the world.
Next week will be a step-by-step to choosing colour in every area of your home, what to paint and what can't be painted.
Here's a sneak peek of one of the colour rules:
No more than three colours in an interior or what look will you have?
Why a bohemian living room of course. Nothing wrong with this much colour if you can handle it! Mom, what do you think? My mom loves colour, it's no surprise that she has a colour expert for a daughter ; )
When choosing colour palettes for your clients, do you have to coordinate undertones like you do with neutrals? Find out this month! Don't worry, if you can't make it or missed the a week or two and still want to register we'll send you the recording, you'll get it anyway, it'll help you do your homework!
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Can you handle this much color?
See you tomorrow! xo Maria
If you would like your home to fill you with happiness when you walk in the door, become a client on-line or in-person.
To make sure the undertones in your home are right, get some large samples!
If you would like to learn how to choose colour with confidence, become a True Colour Expert. Fall dates now open for registration.
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