Simplifying the decorating process

The way your home feels is so important to how you show up in the world for the people and things you care about the most… But decorating doesn’t have to be this complicated thing! I’m on a mission to break down what seem to be difficult decorating concepts into simple repeatable steps that anyone can follow so you can create the home you crave, without the overwhelm.

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Ugh… I have too much stuff and need to purge before I can even begin to decorate.

I’ve been there, and the key to finally taking back your space is to NOT take on too much at once. Small, doable tasks is the way to go and I’ve got a simple decluttering checklist that can help!


I’m worried I’ll choose the wrong colors for my home.

Did you know that there are a few simple tricks that will ensure you choose the right paint colors every time! I’ll teach you the simple steps in my free guide: The Trick To Choosing The Right Paint Color so you can choose colors with confidence!

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What Our Students Are Saying

I’ve bought a lot of courses but this is the only one that’s changed my home life.

Before doing Style Your Way Home, my decor style could be described as ‘the last thing I looked at on Pinterest.” I was constantly changing my mind (every time I saw something else I liked) and shifting to another interior design direction. What a waste of time, money, and effort.

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Lois R.

Course: Style Your Way Home

Defining my style has helped with every decision.

After taking your decorating course, I’ve found that defining my own style has helped with every decision. This course is affordable and gives the whole picture – the kind of advice I’ve been looking for for years but always felt frustrated when other people’s ideas were pushed and I still didn’t understand the concepts and precepts.