Life & Home By Design: Vision

Vision drives interior design, it is the ability to perceive something not actually visible, as through mental acuteness or keen foresight. Without it our design process evolves into a lumpy discord lacking relationship from one room to another while never reaching the desired end, the vision we hoped for. Each home has a unique vision that is fueled by the family dynamics contained within. Putting thought to your family vision as it relates to interior design and then writing it down will save time, money and wasteful purchases that don’t fulfill your vision. My vision to help others create beautiful and functional environments that enhance family and individual lifestyles drives my design implementation professionally and for my family. The goal is to create living spaces tailored to your needs executed with great design fundamentals that align within your vision for your home. Vision inspires us, directs us and keeps us true to designing a home rich in design and uniqueness! Jumpstart your vision statement with an emotional climate or “feel” that you would like your home to have when you and others enter; then move into the physical attributes and functions you would like your home to serve you now and in the future, then share your vision with us!

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Interior Designer, Blogger, Editor- Lightingtrends.com, Speaker, Author, business owner-Loretta's Interior Design, www.classic-chairs.com. Aspires to motivate others toward pursuing a life that compliments their passion for home, family and career. A dedicated leader with a strong commitment to excellence in all design projects, she is devoted to helping others transform their lives and homes into environments that support fulfilling their purpose. She is also great at solving decorating dilemma's and offering design trends that relate to home and family. Check out our current projects on www.classic-chairs.com.

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