Thankful for You this Season
A note from Rachel
My dear reader, whether we've worked together on many projects or only just met, you are valued and appreciated. I smile when I see your name show up in my inbox. I look forward to our consults, our planning meetings, our wrap-up talks. I have been in business long enough to understand the importance of people like you to a business like mine.
a brief history of me
When I first launched this business, I had no idea it would be where it is today. Yes, I worked hard. Yes, I pushed myself to every possible limit. Yes, I lost sleep over tight deadlines and big decisions.
....but none of that would have mattered if I didn't have each one of you. I call many of you my friends, and many of you call me your trusted confidant for all things regarding your home. I don't take that lightly, and I strive to have your continuted respect.
In a nutshell, I am thankful for YOU this holiday season!
why I love my job
To me, running this business is more than just a job. I find myself completely obsessed with each project and am determined to leave this world - and your space - a more beautiful place than it was before.
Life is too short to spend our days working in a field that doesn't elicit joy, and I'm blessed to say that I'm able to both give and experience joy on a daily basis, from project planning to installation and completion. I love seeing the look on your face when you walk into the space we've been working on... I love hearing the pride in your voice as you show it off to your tribe.
This is why I do what I do: So you can feel your best, and so you can find even more confidence.
your holiday plans
Enough about me. How can I help you this holiday season? Do you need help decorating your home before family and friends come to visit? Are you trying to plan a home makeover (or room makeover) for the new year?
I'm now booking holiday and new year projects. If you or your home need my assistance, you'll need to book me now. My schedule fills up quickly during Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the months following.
I hope to see you on my calendar! Can't wait to help make your space reflectyou.
Moody tones take the stage
If your home leans toward a neutral palette, you might be tempted to introduce bold colors during seasonal celebrations. As decor trends change, one thing remains the same: moody tones are synonymous with pre-Christmas decor.
DESIGN TIP OF THE MONTH
Pine cones + pumpkins
Introduce more colors and textures into your decor and tablescape by using natural, faux, or painted versions of the following: pine cones, pumpkins, gourds, and field corn (on the cob and with husks). These items are perfect for crafting unique centerpieces or for adding personality to your fireplace mantle.