Here’s How to Find Your Personal Home Style Before Designing Your Home

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Find Your Personal Home Style

The interior design process isn’t as easy as it sounds. Of course our clients get excited to create their space and finally install the design elements they dream of, but sometimes they don’t know how to bring it all together. They need help to find their personal home style, create a vision, and turn it into magic. 

Here’s where an interior designer can be your best friend. If you know you love dark cabinetry and light floors but you don’t know how to tie everything else in, your designer will fill in the blanks. And even better, if you have no idea where to start or how to express what you like, an interior designer will walk you through each step to find your personal home style.

In this video Paul and Interior Designer, Rosalyn Lazaruk of Wicket Blue Interiors give you all the tips you need to find your style and bring it to life. Rosalyn shares how she helps her clients look for pieces they love and come up with their design plan … stress free! 

And if you’re curious about how to stay on budget as you pick out your design elements, click here for some practical tips. 

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At Contact Renovations and Custom Homes, our client first philosophy has made us a top Edmonton Design Build Contractor for over ten years. We pride ourselves on high quality renovations that speaks for itself. 

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