I have loved interior design since before I even knew what it was called.
And maybe your love doesn’t run that deep, maybe it’s a new love or just a crush, or maybe it’s neither. Maybe it’s just something you have to do to get your to-do list done.
And I know you have one.
It’s sitting there in your pile of paper clutter collecting dust and crumbs.
Every morning while you’re sipping your coffee, it’s staring back at you mocking you.
THE TIME TO FINISH THOSE PROJECTS ON THAT LIST IS NOW.
I know that you’re busy. Me too.
I know that you have other priorities. Amen, sister!
But why isn’t having a beautiful home high on that list? Why do we always shove that aside for something else?
You know what you want your home to look like. You know how you want it to feel and function. You are tired of being a serial project starter and never finishing them.
Listen, I hear you loud and clear my friend. I, too, belong in the support group for unfinished projects in your own home.
WHAT? ME? Yes me.
I blame my creative ADD and constant need to help others.
UNFORTUNATELY FOR US, THERE’S NO DESIGN SUPPORT GROUP.
Better yet, there wasn’t a design support group.
We all have the days when we blankly stare at our third failed attempt at an organization system for the paper clutter.
Sometimes we just need someone who gives a shit to help us pick out a chair or picture frame or new flooring. Or someone to care about how excited we are when we make the decision!
Some days require a little motivational pep talk to get us in the DIY mood.
And then there are the times where we have no effing clue where to start and some tips and tricks would really help.
Enter: Owl Creek Collective
Join our growing (& completely free) value packed home DIYer facebook community where you will receive exclusive content, behind the scenes sneak peeks, trainings, and challenges as well as unlimited access to my 7 years of professional design experience.
We’re here to support each other through getting our shit organized, choosing paint colors, finding the right rug, dealing with the stress of a full gut reno, and everything that goes along with the design territory.
What are you waiting for? Join here.