I have to be honest, Leslie and I absolutely love helping people create a look for their homes. It's gratifying when we step back and look at what we've done, both in staging and interior designing. We stage a house to make it more appealing for a buyer, as we want to give the buyers an image of what their home could look like once furniture and accessories are all in place.
And when I work on an interior design project, my goal is to create an image that a homeowner appreciates as they spend quality time in their home.
The visual image can be a powerful thing, and we want the images we help create be ones that make a positive impact.
Recently, Leslie and I have been thinking about our "professional image". We wanted a stronger professional image, an image that matches the quality company that we've created.
One of the things that we wanted for Traditions Interiors was just a simple icon, an icon that when others see it, they would associate that icon with the staging and interior design of Traditions Interiors. We wanted a visual image that would mean Traditions Interiors.
We are excited about our new Traditions Interior's icon! May this "image" represent Tradition Interiors throughout the San Antonio and Austin area.
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As a retailer with a line of women's clothing and accessories, I felt like I had a knack for making things look pleasing to the eye. I knew that colors, textures and lines had to work together to make a wardrobe "work" on most any person.
Women come in all shapes and styles whether she be tall, slender, petite, busty, curvy or everything in between. I knew how to help my client choose a style and accessorize it so that she looked her best.
Just as in planning a wardrobe, interior design works with the same principles. I need to accessorize a house so that the design enhances the home's strengths, and minimizes it weaknesses.
When I started my home staging in 2008, I relied on the skills I gained in my retail business.
In decorating a house, I consider everything about the house and choose accessories so that the home has the greatest possible appeal and is pleasing to the eye. I still consider color, textures and lines....it's an art!