This workshop offers a combination of design psychology mixed in with a reassuring dose of pragmatism. It is the course to take at any stage during your home-making or renovation journey whether you intend to hire outside expertise or not.
The sessions will include exercises and discussions to help you discover why you hang on to certain objects and attitudes; why particular colours please or trouble you; how to work with and appreciate what you have; and how to bring harmony to your life and to the lives of those you live with.
The objectives of the two-day course are to reacquaint you with your personal designer history, fine-tune your aesthetic awareness and carve out a fulfilling path to help bring you home to a place that not only looks good, but feels right just for you.
This workshop will take place on April 21 & 22 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day at 402 Baker Street (upstairs in the Kootenay Real Estate Board meeting room) in Nelson.