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Design Confidential Interior Design Workshop

SoHaus Interior Design

Saturday, July 20, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Design Confidential Interior Design Workshop

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Design Confidential
Registration for this event is non-refundable. Payment in full is required for Admission to be granted. Registrants are not allowed to bring unregistered or unpaid guests to this workshop.
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Rachel Cannon Lewis

Rachel Cannon Lewis, Licensed Interior Designer

CEO and Principal Interior Designer of SoHaus Interior Design

 

Design Confidential is an interior design workshop created by licensed Interior Designer, Rachel Cannon Lewis, to show you how the pros make it look so effortless.  Whether you're a design junkie and want to learn how to improve on your natural talent, or a homeowner looking for a way to sort through the details - this workshop is for you! 


 

In this workshop, you will learn how to:

 

-Trust your own choices, without relying on the feedback and input of friends and family

-Choose color, fabrics, and finish materials with confidence

-Train your eye to detect inspiration in everyday life

-Embrace the fundamentals of the science of color so you can break away from the stand-by list of

neutral, safe, and boring color palettes

-Create a killer design concept during the workshop, which you can take with you to kick start your  next design project

-Free yourself from the tired ideas on DIY and Home Improvement shows, and learn how to create a timeless interior that isn’t tied to trends and fads

-Seek ideas from places other than design magazines and websites

 
Professional Interior Designers have the confidence to make hundreds of decisions on a daily basis, for multiple projects.  Wouldn't it be nice to know how we do it?  Many of you have asked me before, "How do you KNOW that something is right for a project?"  The truth is that a lot of what I do is intuitive, but there is a proven method to getting the best results possible for your project. (Hint: it starts with trusting your instincts!)  I want to show YOU how to turn down the volume on the external noise and opinions, and turn up the volume on your own decisiveness and preferences

 

1. Finding Inspiration

  

Wouldn't it be nice to know where to look for ideas, OTHER than on DIY television shows and home design magazines?  Your home should reflect your lifestyle, not be a knock-off of something you saw on tv or read in a magazine.  Designers find inspiration literally EVERYWHERE, and I want to teach you how to train your eye to see the world the way designers do.

 

2.  The Fundamentals of Color

  

There is a reason we all love neutrals so much:  they require very little courage for the commitment involved in using them.  However, designers have a knack for knowing how to choose the RIGHT neutral, and then work in bold color to reflect a clients' personality.  We make it look so easy, don't we?  It's time to break free from the standby list of neutral colors and really learn how to work with actual color.  I'm going to show you how it's done!
 

 

3.  Organizing Inspiration

  

How do designers filter the choices available to them?  Many homeowners dive right into a project without properly organizing their thoughts into a plan of action, only to find themselves completely overwhelmed with options at every turn.  In this workshop, you will not only see how we pull it together, but you will actually MAKE your own project inspiration board with the help of my "Camp Counselors" (more on that in just a sec!), using paint, flooring, fabric, and finish samples, as well as my arsenal of fashion and design magazines (remember, inspiration is everywhere!).  You'll be armed with knowledge and a plan by the time you leave the workshop!

 

 
4.  Identifying Your Personal Style

 

The final segment of this workshop will give you the discretion of a professional designer to know when a design trend will work in your life, and when a trend has become a fad (and when you should say no).  Avoid costly mistakes by using insider tips as you plan your next project.  You don't want to be the person with the "newly finished project" that is "so last year."  I'm going to show you how to be ahead of the trends, securely confident in your choices.
 

 

And as if that's not enough... 

 

I have assembled a dynamite team of design professionals who will be joining us as speakers and "Camp Counselors" for the day.  Each of these incredibly talented and experienced designers will be giving us their unique perspective on the different topics of our workshop.  Visit the SoHaus Blog for information on each one of these great guest speakers.  (http://sohaus.blogspot.com/search?q=meet+the+experts)
 
You will be learning from not only me, but other talented design professionals,
about the REAL process we use to create stunning interiors.
You'll have the unique opportunity to speak to them one-on-one in our hands-on approach to teaching!
 
Seating is limited, so sign up early!  As a registrant for this design workshop, you will be entered to win a copy of Barbara Barry's book, Around Beauty;  and Kelly Wearstler's book, Hue. We're so excited to be hosting this event, that we're also throwing in a Sherwin Williams color fan deck, a tote bag, and lots of other design goodies - all of this for just $300.00!  Similar design workshops can cost as much as $2,000.00, and working with a designer can cost thousands more...This is the one workshop that will change everything!

 

 

Thank you to our Premier Sponsors: 

Dixon Smith Interiors (www.dixonsmithinteriors.com)

The Design Studio (www.tdsola.com)

Andrea Brooks Interiors (www.andreabrooksinteriors.com)

Ann McDonald Interiors (www.couturechateau.com)

 

And our Participating Sponsors:

The Foyer

House and Home Magazine

Elle Cole Interiors

Traci Zeller Interiors

Patti Allen Interiors

Sherwin Williams

Tiffany Jones Interiors

MicroSeal

 

 

Have questions about Design Confidential Interior Design Workshop? Contact SoHaus Interior Design

When & Where


Renaissance Hotel
7000 Bluebonnet Avenue
Baton Rouge, LA 70810

Saturday, July 20, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM


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SoHaus Interior Design

For more than a decade, Rachel Cannon Lewis has been creating magazine-worthy interiors for clients across the country.

Known for her tailored interiors, Rachel focuses on reinventing classic design by maintaining an emphasis on simplicity and color.  Her signature livable luxe style and comprehensive design acumen has earned her the respect and admiration of her clients and fellow industry professionals. Rachel’s cultivated design aesthetic makes her one of the most innovative and sought-after designers in cities across the country from Orange Beach, Alabama to Park City, Utah.

Rachel’s design method is centered on creating a luxury experience for her clients.  Throughout each project, her team of professionals works diligently to ensure that every custom detail is executed flawlessly.  Her clients are treated with a supreme level of care and attention, giving them the reassurance that their design-build process will be rewarding and gratifying. 

Launched in 2009, SoHaus Interior Design offers an innovative variety of both concierge and premier interior design services.  The company has emerged as one of the premier interior design resources for the region’s luxury, high end marketplace.   A library of exclusive fabrics and furnishings, and her black book of concierge design services, are two of the best kept secrets in Baton Rouge.  Working with Rachel ensures velvet-rope access to these to-the-trade resources.

Rachel’s high standards are maintained through her continual educational efforts: travel, nation-wide industry events, and networking with experts, artisans, and artists.  As a graduate of Louisiana State University’s prestigious Interior Design curriculum, Rachel is a favorite guest speaker to students on the business of design.  In 2008, she gained the esteemed NCIDQ certification, and joined an exclusive set of nationally licensed interior designers who have passed rigorous licensing exams on building and safety codes.

Rachel seamlessly blends her appreciation for art, history, and beauty with her knowledge and expertise of the design-build industry.  It is this combination of discernment, insight, and experience that allows SoHaus Interior Design to offer full service design project management and VIP treatment to its clients. 
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