Sometimes, we can see our clients going against the grain. Their natural intuition begins to whisper as the opinions around them get louder. They no longer feel like they have the power to make their own decisions. The more voices they listen to the more they stray away from their inner compass. Doing this will only guarantee a painful experience and leave you paralysed with fear. As American author Robert. M. Drake famously said, “Don’t think. It complicates things. Just feel. If it feels like home, follow that path.” These aren’t only words that the Karr Bick team cherishes, but they’re also a good reminder for when you’re on your design journey. Below are some of our favorite tips to help you leave your remodel feeling empowered and defend your happiness. Trust Your Instinct We all naturally have an inner voice that speaks from our truest self. For your design process, this may come out in the early stages of finding inspiration. Don’t question what you add to your idea book on Houzz or pin on Pinterest. Maybe you’ll find that each image looks similar or has a certain element in common. Regardless of what you may find, make sure […]
No matter the size of a project, the remodeling process can still seem daunting. Researching parts of your plan, such as different paints or cabinet brands, online can sometimes turn into a battlefield of horror stories. Maybe this reminds you of the deep dark rabbit hole of late night WebMD searches… At Karr Bick, we want to take the scare out of it for you. Let’s refocus on what matters most. Before embarking on your journey, keep these tips in mind. You Matter Most: After too many glossy interior design pictures, you may find yourself lost in your vision of your own space. We want to remind you that you matter most! The wants and needs of you and your family are the biggest priority. Of course, you can seek inspiration through online sources, but don’t disappear in the maze of latest trends. This journey is about what speaks to you. To ensure this stays in the parallel of your mind, we’ve come up with an adjectives activity. It’ll help you take the first step in developing the personality of your space. You may also find it to become a source of guidance, if you stumble on making a decision. […]
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