A fantastic article, 17 Things Color Consultants Want You to Know, by lead Houzz contributor, Becky Harris, came out on houzz.com this week. It is very thorough and really explains working with a color consultant–the process, rough costs and the benefits. I’m thrilled to be included in Becky’s article because I truly love learning about color and sharing my expertise. As Becky aptly points out, color consultants love what they do!
Andrea May Hunter Gatherer has been recognized as one of the 2013 Best of Houzz for both Design and Customer Satisfaction. Our portfolio contains some of the most popular images from 2012 among Houzz’s 11 million monthly users. You can see our award-winning work in this “Best of” ideabook. A big thank you to the Houzz community for this honor. Thrilled!
Since I completed my True Colour Expert Certification with Maria Killam this year, a lot of my business is color consulting. I really enjoy creating balanced interiors, where color flows harmoniously from one space to the next. Here’s a great idea from Iris Interiors so you can always have a little touch-up paint on hand. Thanks, Iris!
I love being organized – it can save so much time if your are able to achieve it! Pinterest is a great source for organizing and DIY tips, and one day when I have too much time, I will test and implement everyone of those fantastic ideas!
One idea I just recently came up with is to create a paint-touch-up-kit for my clients. I had been searching for the perfect containers for a while until I realized that small mason jars will do just fine. With the help of round Avery labels each jar was quickly and easily labelled.
I kept the jars in the cardboard case they came in which made it is to carry the whole “kit”.
Lessons learned? I had purchased mason jars with the 2 part lid. Next time I will buy jars with a full lid, I think that will work even better. Additionally I…
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