A couple of years ago I received a call from someone who was very unhappy with her house. She hated being in her home and disliked having any friends over. At the initial consultation we discussed all the things that were great about the house, like the spectacular view, and all the things she hated about it. I really listened to what she had to say and developed a design concept that she loved. Over the span of two years, we redesigned the house, inside and out, to make it a home that she and her husband now love and are proud of.
I couldn’t be happier with the work Alicia has done on our house. She has completely transformed our dreary house into a home I can be proud of. My heart does a little happy dance every time I open the front door and walk into our beautiful home. She is a very talented designer who really listens and understands what is needed. She has impeccable taste and a talent for choosing the right color, shape, dimension, and style, and she has dramatically improved the beauty, livability, and functionality of our house. I highly recommend Alicia for any design project. (Client Testimonial)
Being able to love your home is important. Your environment greatly affects your emotions and well-being. If you are constantly in a place that causes you unhappiness and stress, these feelings are going to affect every aspect of your life. You may not live in your dream home, but that doesn’t mean that you don’t deserve to love the home you’re in.
When I come to your home during the initial consultation, I ask you all sorts of questions as we walk around your home. I take detailed notes not only of the spaces you’re showing me, but of your interests, likes and dislikes as well. This allows me to design a space for YOU. A space that reflects YOUR personality and contains things YOU love.
Also know that your entire home does not need to be remodeled in order for you to feel good about it. Here are five simple ideas you can implement today that will help you transform your house into a home you’ll love.
Paint. – Something as simple as changing the color of a room can make a huge impact. Colors in our environment have a definitive effect on our moods and emotions.
Fix minor annoyances. – Set aside some time to repair a leaky faucet or oil creaky doors. Little fixes like these are simple and quick, and by eliminating these daily irritations, you’ll have more time to notice the things that make you smile.