Avoid these common decorating mistakes that fill homeowners with regret…
What if you had a pocket guide to help make your redecorating or renovation project more successful?
This short book contains common misconceptions that interior designers and home decor stores don’t want you to figure out…
Let us know where to send your digital copy of this short read that could save you THOUSANDS on your next decorating or renovation project.
WHO IS THE
COMFORTABLE DWELLING BOOK FOR?
Comfortable Dwelling: 10 Common Decorating Mistakes That Fill Homeowners With Regret was written specifically for homeowners and business owners who are beginning the following projects:
The Comfortable Dwelling book touches on costly decorating mistakes commonly made by homeowners… even those who have great style.
Renovations are tough enough as it is! This quick read will help you make choices that you won’t regret.
You’ll be asked to make thousands of decisions while building. Your contractor may have a Designer on staff… however this book will uncover things they’ll never tell you.
OFFICE + MEDICAL SPACES
While written for the homeowner, the Comfortable Dwelling book contains useful information that could apply to your commercial or office project.
Kitchens are the heart of the home… and where the costliest of errors occur. This book contains solid tips for layout, material choices, and how to create a kitchen that’s timeless not trendy.
Bathrooms are meant to be luxurious, yet if we get them wrong they’re anything but. The Comfortable Dwelling book was created as a quick reference guide to help you avoid bathroom woes.
HEATHER PRESTANSKI REVEALS THE PRICEY MISTAKES THAT EVEN PROS MAKE… SO THAT YOU CAN AVOID THEM.
Any home can look like it belongs in a magazine, no matter what the size and what the decor budget. Just look at the range of bloggers and designers out there. Some are repurposing Ikea furniture and making it look stunning while others are buying $15,000 sofas and it just looks… okay.
As an Interiors Professional, she’s been in hundreds of homes over the past decade. From multi-million dollar estates down to 600 square foot apartments, Heather has seen every mistake in the book.
In fact, she’s usually called on to fix these mistakes after the homeowner has spent thousands (sometimes TENS of thousands) trying to make it look great on their own.
Many homeowners think that if they just follow some pictures and blogs they found online that they can make it work and skip the decorator’s fees. And some can!
However, the vast majority of homeowners who DIY their design end up spending more money then had they just hired someone to oversee the vast number of considerations required when putting together their rooms.
Whether you’re someone who loves the decorating process, or whether you’d rather hand it all over to someone else, Heather wrote this book to act as a checklist and help you avoid the most common (and expensive) mistakes through the process.