March 24th, 2014 – A home is a little world in itself with near and dear ones sharing the space. And there is nothing more pleasant and exemplary than going to a place called home after a tiring day. But what if that home fails to function efficiently and doesn’t provide the right feel. Homes are a lot more than mere shelters these days. It is not just walls, windows, doors and flooring but emotions, passions and feelings of everyone who lives in that place. Many homeowners keep remodeling their homes from time to time trying to make them perfect. But these spaces still lack that factor. Creating the perfect spaces only comes when individuals understand the basic principles that contribute to a perfect ambience, feeling and mood.
“Do I look Skinny In This House” written by none other than world famous celebrity interior designer, Kelli Ellis is a book that cites the importance of Design Psychology. “All of us want to come home and we want to feel great, comfortable and productive in our homes. We really ask our homes to be everything to us. And this book can help you do just that”, says Ellis. It is no more a question of how to design a home or how to paint the walls or how to remodel a house but why should one do it. It is not as complicated as it looks when one discovers the secrets behind creating perfect spaces. Order a copy on April 8th, the release date and gain access to interesting videos along with a valuable video “How to Choose the Perfect Color Palette” by Amy Wax, Emmy Award Winner and Colorist famous for Color 911.
To know more about Kelli Ellis visit website www.kelliellis.com and to order a copy of “Do I Look Skinny In This House” visit www.doilookskinnyinthishouse.com/
About Kelli Ellis
Kelli Ellis is an Award-Winning Celebrity Interior Designer and an expert in design psychology. Kelli is a featured designer in various shows that air on HGTV, TLC and Bravo. Kelli is also the co-creator of Interior Design Camp. Kelli also educates designers from all across the world through live seminars and the online Design Campus.
Website URL: http://www.kelliellis.com/