Classes

LIFE REDESIGNED

Through teaching my Interior Design 101 course and working with clients I have found that people need some help getting their house in order. Paint, light fixtures, furniture and rugs are only part of the Interior Design equation. What needs to happen first is clearing away clutter, creating space and designing our home to support the way we want to live our lives.

The first step is learning how to do it, so please join me.

 

Interior Design 101

First learn how to hone in on your interior design style and then learn the basics of interior design. This class covers styling, furniture layout, lighting, color, art and those finishing touches that make a house a home. My favorite part about teaching this class is that people get to bring in a picture of their space and get some specific ideas to on how they can design their room.        

Find Your Interior Design Style

This class will teach you where to find design inspiration, how to use Pinterest or Houzz to hone your style, how to figure out what color you like in your home and what your personal style is. We will have a mini-workshop in class and walk through finding your style so you leave class with style ideas


Classes are held at my home in Lincoln Square and you can sign up here for Interior Design 101 and here for Find Your Interior Design Style       

I’ve been wanting to update a couple rooms in my house for some time now, but kept getting stuck on where to start and how I wanted to envision the room. Kandy’s class and approach to interior design was easy for beginners to understand, while still offering a wide range of information and inspiration for all types of rooms and styles.

My favorite part was being able to share pictures of a room in my house I wanted her insight and expertise on. She came up with ideas I never would have thought of and I’m already putting some of them into action.

I highly recommend her class to anyone who wants to learn more about the guidelines of interior design and who are looking to express themselves more in the style of their home.
— Megan