You’re Invited To “He said, She said”
Join Pamela O’Brien At The Houston Design Center For A Fun, Informative Presentation About Designing For The Sexes When You Remodel Your Bath And Kitchen.
Almost every couple has something seemingly trivial they bicker over. Leaving a wet towel on the floor, not unloading the dishwasher, the plaid sofa that probably should have been left at the fraternity house. Sometimes those little arguments can be brushed aside, but sometimes they can turn into bigger battles. This is especially true when it comes to redesigning and redecorating shared living spaces.
Taking on a redesign project is stressful and that stress is only amplified when you’re trying to find a seamless balance between His and Her tastes. So how do you achieve that balance without clashing with your significant other throughout the entire process?
We invite you to join Pamela O’Brien of Pamela Hope Designs on Tuesday, October 14 to find out. Pamela will be at The Houston Design Center in the Osborne Cabinets & Millwork Showroom (293) from 10:45 to 11:45 a.m. speaking about how to keep the peace when you are designing for the sexes.
Whether it’s picking out the color of the cabinetry in your kitchen or bathroom, or deciding what to do with that plaid sofa, Pamela offers advice on how to perfectly harmonize your redesign.
About Pamela Hope Designs
Founded by Pamela O’Brien, Pamela Hope Designs (PHD) creates interiors that highlight each client’s life and style and inspires people to enjoy the process, not just the results. Based in Houston, Texas, PHD has worked on residential and commercial projects across the United States. Pamela’s award-winning projects have been featured in the Heights Home Tour, the Woodland Heights Home Tour and the Bellaire Showcase of Home Tour, to name a few. Pamela is also a member of the Interior Redecorators Network, the Interior Design Society and the National Speaker’s Association. For more information about Pamela Hope Designs, visit www.pamelahopedesigns.com.
Monday, October 13th, 2014