This is the first week of my new redesigned company. CCHC Lifestyle Manager & Professional Organizer. When you come to this blog you have found a place where we accept EVERYONE. I am not color-blind, I see all the different beautiful colors of the world and have always been respectful, intrigued by cultures, nationalities as seen in the beauty of all colors. That is who we are here, if you share that vision . . . Welcome!
I will be posting music – it’s what gets me through the days. Along with organizational and design tips & tricks, I have over 20,000 hours of organizing and redesign skilled experience. I will also be posting articles of designs, color, spacial planning, and how to accomplish balance in a room. I will also share ideas of how you can have a home with purpose – clarity – comfort with a design that reflects your lifestyle.
We are a place of Respect – Kindness – Love for EVERYONE, if this sounds like a place you would like to hang out . . . . Come’on back!
Color is one of the languages of the soul, just look at inspirational or meditative paintings.
They influence our mood and emotions (how do you feel while sitting in a black room?)
They have an impact on our sense of well-being or uneasiness.
Using and avoiding certain colors is a way of self-expression (it sheds light on our personality).
Colors affect our way of perception (light colors make space look big, a high ceiling looks less high when painted in a dark color, etc.)
Colors have a symbolic meaning which is immediately recognized by our subconsciousness. (It must be said that not all colors mean the same to all persons and all cultures).
They influence the flow and amount of energy in our bodies.
Colors tell something about biological attraction and sexual availability.
It has been known for years that color plays a major role in setting up a particular mood or state of mind. Color does affect one’s feelings, moods, and emotions.
Lastly, let me say how much I love using the VISUALIZER on the Sherwin-Williams website. The design software lets you view the rooms in daytime & nighttime. In the past, I have used color therapy on the walls in my space and did not like the finished project in the night time hours!!!!
Are you happy with your current furnishings but it just doesn’t look or feel right in the rooms? Interior redesign is the answer! Also called one-day decorating. Interior redesign involves rearranging the furniture, artwork, and accessories you already own to make your space functional and beautiful! Any shopping that is done, will be done right in your own home!
Using your existing furnishings, accessories, and artwork, we’ll create a new atmosphere that clarifies warmth, beauty, and style. If your vision and budget includes new pieces and/or color consultation, we can incorporate that into your finished design plan as well.
Imagine a designer look in your new home with our unique Move-In ReDesign Service. You unpack your boxes, and the CCHC team will arrange the furniture, hang artwork, and place your accessories. You will feel “at home” in no time!
Imagination is as valuable as a big budget when it comes to transforming your home.
Spruce up your home for free with these easy redesign tips.
TURN A STOOL INTO A SIDE TABLE. – Repurpose a seat into a handy stand, perfect for pulling up alongside a sofa or easy chair. Try one on its own, or cluster a few (even varied heights work). And remember less is more!
CHANGE YOUR CHAIRS. – Matching dining sets can feel boring over time. Trade a couple of seats from the kitchen with ones in the dining room.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OPEN SHELVES. – Pull out your pretty pitchers or patterned plates and arrange them to be admired. Grab some plate stands at the dollar store to use for your colorful patterned plates as an accessory.
REARRANGE LAMPS AND SHADES. – Swap a bedside lamp with one from your desk or the living room, or simply switch the shades for a different look. This is my favorite – a small design trick that has a big impact on the design of the room.
RENEW A WHOLE ROOM. – Play around with your furniture configuration—reposition a sofa, rotate an area rug, or try dividing the room with an open-backed bookcase or storage unit.
THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX – Use a glass jar as a vase, group ottomans as a coffee table, or try a pretty basket to hold a plain planter.
RE-STYLE YOUR BOOKSHELF – Since messy shelves can make an entire room look disorganized, pretty yours up with nicely colored book covers, accessories from around the home – Again, remember less is more!
BRING THE OUTDOOR IN – Wicker, wrought iron and decorative aluminum furniture can create a garden-, coastal-, beach- or cottage-themed space inside.
ARRANGE UNIQUE TABLESCAPES – Design mini-vignettes on tables, mantels or buffets with keepsakes, from fine china to figurines. There’s no point in keeping interesting items around if no one ever sees them.
Isn’t it time you finally enjoyed life and let someone else handle the rest?