Looking for a Color Perfect Home? 

We can help.

Color is hard...

We get it.  Picking paint colors, whether for a single room or your whole home, can paralyze you.  The most successful paint decisions take into account light, function, furniture, style and flow.  Paint should be the backdrop of your home and should enhance your space.  When it is done correctly, it should create happiness and contentment.

We've been there, and that's why we know how important it is to get it right.  We will employ a 6-step Color Read Process to create your home's perfect color palette and help you avoid costly mistakes.  We will walk you through the steps to making your home Color Perfect.

Did you know that the average cost to paint a home is $2,500?  Why not spend a fraction making sure you actually pick the perfect colors for your home before the big expense of a painter?

Color Perfect Consultation

What makes the Color Perfect Home process that I follow unique is that:

  • We narrow down the paint color choices in the Color Perfect Consultation and bring in large color samples that we LEAVE with you in the home.  This way you can live with it and love it before you commit to the larger expense of a painter.  No other Color Consultant will do that.
  • We provide you additional color sheets to take with you when shopping for furnishings, accessories and textiles to insure you are working with your current palette.
  • We provide a “Bang for the Buck” checklist of further design ideas you can incorporate at your own pace in order to finish the look and color scheme we’ve chosen.

$350 - Color Perfect Home Consultation – Up to 4 Rooms and 2 hours

$590 – Color Perfect Whole Home Consultation – Up to 10 Rooms and 4 hours

(Each additional room is $100, but transitional areas like hallways, stairwells and entry ways are free)

Need your entire home color perfect?  No problem!  We provide volume discounts for more spaces, so we can tie in your entire palette


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