How to Design Your Space for Maximum Joy

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TITLE: How to Design Your Space for Maximum Joy

CATEGORY IDEA: Advice & Inspiration

SUMMARY: Show current and future clients you care by giving them 9 joy-inducing design tips.

  1. Bring color into your space

  2. Make sure your space has flow that works

  3. Choose textures you love

  4. Organize your space for mental freedom

  5. Choose lighting that brightens your mood

  6. Remember that less is more

  7. Create a technology-free zone

  8. Introduce your favorite scents into your home

  9. Let greenery liven up your space


Step 1: Fill Out the Template


Step 2: Receive Your Blog Post by Email

Go check your inbox! Download the document. Copy the text. Paste it directly into a new blog post on your website.


Step 3: Add Some Stock Photos (or Your Own)

Drag and drop photos to your desktop. Edit the photo’s filename to include your firm's name and location, IF indicated after you download it. Ex: BIZ-LOCATION-joyful-colorful-living-room-plants.jpg

Disclaimer: The images below can be downloaded free of charge at Unsplash and Pexels. Ochre & Beige is not selling these photos, merely providing resized and relabeled versions, and is not hindering your right to access these photos at no cost.

 
 

Step 4: Publish Your Blog Post

Press publish!


Step 5: Share on Social Media

 

Social Caption 1

Interior design isn't all about aesthetic... it's also about creating a space that brings peace and joy to your life every. single. day. 

Today I'm sharing exactly how we do that for our clients — and you might be surprised just how in-depth we go. (We take your happiness very seriously!) 

Take a peek behind the scenes (and grab a tip or tip) at the link in my profile...

Social Caption 2

Did you know things like color, scent, and even plants can bring joy to your daily life? It's psychology! And it's also interior design. ;)

My latest blog post shares 9 of the biggest ways we help inspire peace and happiness in our clients' spaces. Can you guess what they are?

Link in bio...

 

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