Best-selling Real Estate author and interior design expert Jeanette Fisher will present a seminar on "Interior Design Psychology for Home Makeovers" this Saturday, February 11, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Mt. San Jacinto College, Menifee Campus.
Fisher will teach how to create a home for happy living and explore new interior design ideas based on psychological reactions to design elements. Participants will learn how to use color psychology and the four other design elements that compose a home for happiness. They will also discover how to get the designer look on a budget and avoid costly mistakes in room makeovers. Fisher says, "You'll be on your way to a complete change of thought about your home environment and how to makeover your home!"
Fisher, author of Home Staging for Top-Dollar Sales, Doghouse to Dollhouse for Dollars: Using Design Psychology to Increase Real Estate Profits, Joy to the Home: Residential Design Psychology for Happiness and Well-Being, and other books, has researched the effects of environment on emotions for over 15 years. A resident of Lake Elsinore, Fisher has appeared on internationally syndicated radio and television and teaches Design Psychology and real estate investing.
After learning some of the Design Psychology concepts revealed by Fisher, Angela Pederson of Palm Desert, California, said, "I wish I learned all this before we bought our first house 25 years ago and before we had our children. Not only would our homes be more harmonious, but so would our lives together. It's amazing to learn how colors, lighting, sounds, and patterns affect us so deeply."
To register by phone, call the Mt. San Jacinto College, Menifee Valley Campus: 951-487-6752 x1700, 1701, or 1702 or go to the classroom (Room 1013B) the day of the seminar.