Do the holidays bring you house shame?

It’s your holiday party and all of your family is there. The food is divine. The smells of the season are everywhere and all of your guests can’t stop talking about “it”. You secretly high-five yourself even though it’s written all over your face. You’re brimming with happiness. As you enter the room filled with your loved ones to announce that dinner is ready you are overcome with a feeling of love and pride.

You can’t believe this is your home.

Ask yourself, do the holidays bring you house shame?

Here’s the real truth. The holidays are incredibly stressful! They bring up so much unnecessary worry as we frantically prepare to invite loved ones into our home and you know they will peruse over every detail of your home, right?

Do the holidays bring you house shame?

It can be dreadful, especially if everything’s a hodgepodge because you just haven’t had the time or skill set to get it done right. But this year you can set yourself up for success and create the dream space your guests can’t stop oohing and aahing over.

This is the exact reason I’ve created something special just for you.  A private ½ day of professional design advice to spruce up your home for the holidays.

Well, this is my gift to you, (and you won’t have to wait until the holiday to get it!) four hours of my time at a price too good to refuse. I will come to your house and help you rejuvenate your home so that you feel pride and joy around your celebration this year. I guarantee you, you won’t believe this is YOUR home either!

I’m not talking about putting up Santa’s here or dancing elves.  I’ll help you create a space that you will love all year long.

Available for only a few more days and I have added a few more slots in December! And if you’d like to offer this as a gift we’ve opened up two slots in January too!

Interested to find out more?
Click the link below to learn more.
I can’t wait to work with you and transform your space into something incredible!

VIP Holiday Special!

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