Writing down “Your Why” can be life changing. For GOGO design group, reflecting on “My WHY” has helped me as an interior designer in creating an interior design firm that delivers interior design well-being. Our talents support any size transformation, from a whole house renovation to repurposing an existing space, we create designs our clients call their sanctuary. We create environments that exude warmth, comfort, beauty and healthy interiors for your mind, body and soul.
At GOGO, we provide the vision, expertise, tools and resources to making the design a reality.
As a professional interior designer, my goal is to become your Design Island of Safety where your voice is heard. I start by listening to our story and learning about your lifestyle, as well as your likes and dislikes. I want to know what makes your heart sing. Through this process we learn more about you and your family’s style and then create a unique road map to a living space that is a reflection of your personality and life story.
Are you ready to embark on a journey with interior design well-being?
Interior design projects are quite common in the Springtime – after all, it’s the time of renewal and rebirth. Are you starting an interior design project? Have you considered the color peach? Keri Sanders of HGTV has focused on this bright and cheery color in the Color VS Color section of the HGTV website. There are awesome examples of the use of the color peach from dramatic all-over color to unusual, eye-catching splashes. I love the various snapshots Kari includes in her article and am honored and thrilled that she has included one of my projects.
Here is the interior design project used in the HGTV article. The project in Skokie, Illinois was a simple freshen-up of a few rooms. The client hired us to repurpose, rearrange and edit her furniture, art and accessories and to select a paint color for her living room. She did purchase two new table lamps and the paint and labor to change the color of the room. Proof that with a good designer, you needn’t spend a lot of money. Click for HGTV article.