Having trouble picking hard finishes for your remodel or renovation?
You need a Foolproof Plan to help you make every decision and finally stop stressing about your home renovation design.
Do any of these sound like you?
I need help making hard finish selections for a kitchen or bath renovation.
I don’t know what to look for and I’m overwhelmed by all the choices.
What if I pick a trendy style that I will hate in two years?
I change my mind every time I see a new beautiful inspiration photo.
I know what I like but I don’t know how to use that info to make specific decisions.
It doesn’t have to be that way.
By answering a few questions and sticking to those decisions, you can have a plan that will work for any room in your home, and will make sure all the rooms look like they belong together.
In this course you will learn:
Which decisions to make first that dictate other choices.
How to mix styles together in an appealing and coherent way.
How to set a uniform mood for your home or room.
How to take an inspiration photo you love and recreate it at home with your own personal flair.
Create a flexible and simple plan to make all your home design decisions easy.
THIS IS WHAT YOU GET WHEN YOU SIGN UP:
The Workbook, an 11-page guide to help you develop your home design style.
A blank Home Style Blueprint to fill out.
5 days of email lessons to help you discover and refine your personal style.
THESE ARE THE STEPS WE WILL COVER:
1. KNOW YOUR WHY
Identify the most important reason driving you to create a home style you love. You’ll create a mantra to help you easily remember your focus and why you are creating a home style blueprint.
2. NAME YOUR STYLE
Learn how to mix Core Styles and Supporting Styles to create your unique Home Style. Find out why naming is so important and how it can help you communicate your vision.
3. CHOOSE A BASE PALETTE
One choice has ripple effects through your entire design and home. Find out what that choice is and commit to some basic selections that will help you make all your design decisions.
4. SET THE MOOD
Certain decisions can really help create a mood when repeated through your project. Learn which decisions those are and where to apply them.
5. CREATE ACCOUNTABILITY
Things don’t tend to get done without a little pressure. Identify a goal date and goal budget to help you get moving on your journey to a home you love more.
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Hi! I'm Ali, a designer and the co-founder of Pig and Tiger Renovation LLC.
I know that renovating a home is a big commitment. My husband and I started this business in order to flip a house. We learned 2 things very quickly - 1) personal style belongs nowhere in a flip home, and 2) designing solely for profit is no fun!
We decided we would much rather work for actual human beings and families that want to live in and love their homes just like we do.
One thing we encounter over and over in our practice is people who have a well developed personal style, yet want to rush into a remodel project because once they pull the trigger and get as far as inviting us into their home for an estimate, they want the work done yesterday.
The design phase for a major remodel, addition, or kitchen renovation usually takes at least a month. Often 5-7 weeks. There's a reason for that - a well laid plan leads to fewer mistakes, a more accurate budget, and an end result that the client is much more likely to love.
It's not a step you should skip over.