In just 4 weekends, learn how to use what you have, mixing different styles together to add layers of personality that have been missing from your decorating efforts
So you get the idea that our well being can be enhanced (or deflated) by the aesthetic qualities of our homes.
Most people haven't learned which decor choices align with specific feelings they want to achieve or avoid.
They've spent a lot of time choosing their big ticket items but spend almost no time thinking about the small ones, the details.
They think that decorating their homes happens in one, great big focused period of hyper-shopping, rather than something that evolves with smaller efforts over time.
And then they don't understand why it feels stale or uninspired in a matter of months.
Well, there are some good reasons why your efforts may have failed you in the past.
When you look at homes you're drawn to most, you might not know that the underlying design principle these home owners have nailed is their ability to master the mix.
And it's all done with a mix of furniture, hand-me-downs, thrift store scores, handmade objects and some very savvy shopping.
You haven't known how to incorporate what you already have with new things you've bought.
You've spent money and then felt guilty about it when something doesn't work. Now you're afraid to make any other decisions.
You've been sucked down the rabbit hole of online shopping where the choices are endless (and therefore paralyzing).
You think you need to get rid of the stuff you should actually be keeping and hold on to the stuff you should really let go.
Your home feels incomplete NOT because you haven't bought enough stuff. Or the "right" stuff. It has nothing to do with buying anything.
Your home feels incomplete because you haven't learned the foundations of good decision making, the system of using what you already have, the savvy way to shop, or the skills you need to mix it all together.
And THIS is what I want to teach you how to do.
"I first got to know Zandra through the Style Matters podcast and became a fan. Then I met her in person at a style retreat and became a super fan!
Zandra connects and engages with you like an old friend. She encourages you like a favorite teacher and inspires you to think creatively to create a meaningful home.
Thanks to Zandra and her podcast, I now have the confidence to create a home that is a reflection of who I am and not just what a ‘big box’ store has curated for me.
She has so many generous ideas in her use-what-you-have approach to decorating that inspires me to be creative yet also resourceful."
Registration Open through FEB 18
Course starts FEB 27
Over the past 5 years, I've learned from:
And I've pulled together a process that will help you see actual changes in your home without taking too much time or costing too much money.
The end result:
You'll finish a room that's been bothering you, or felt incomplete in some way, using your newly defined personal aesthetic.
In that room, you'll feel comfortable, confident, cared for and creative. (That's a lot of Cs!)
Master The Mix is the ONLY program of its kind where you will:
So if you’re ready to finally use your room as a visual autobiography reflecting and supporting your best self...
Stop the overwhelm and learn to trust yourself!
After clarity comes assessment. You'll implement a system that can be applied long after this course is over.
There are two kinds of shopping: one that's laser focused and one that's open to serendipity. You need to do both.
This is where it all comes together and your room begins to sing!
Now, what if the methods and systems I share with you still don't move the needle toward your ultimate goal, which is to create an environment that supports your very best self?
Because I really believe in the principles I'm teaching and I've seen them work for myself and others, my promise to you is that if, after watching all of the videos, filling out the worksheets and following the action items, you don't end up with a room that feels awesome, you will get your money back.
You can definitely do this. You just haven't had this kind of guidance before. Once you have it, you'll own it.
I honestly want everyone who takes this course to feel successful!
COURSE STARTS FEB 27
Master The Mix:
4 Modules/8 Video Lessons/Worksheets starting February 27
Total Value: $600
Your time and money are valuable! I get it! So in case you're still on the fence, here's some more info. Click on any of the arrows to see the answers.
I hear you. I've only taken a few online courses myself and I've always been nervous about the tech. That's why I've invested in a really smart, user-friendly online course platform called Kajabi. It has given me a format that ensures student success by being super clear in its instruction and presenting material in an organized fashion. I'm confident that the folks at Kajabi know what they're doing but if you ever need help, my team and I will be there if you get stuck.
Boy, do I get that! I can't stand it when any kind of lesson goes on and on in a rambling sort of way and my time is wasted. So I've done a ton of editing on each lesson to make sure I'm giving you all of the meat without any of the fat! I'll get to the point, give you all of the necessary info to get you through the lesson along with actionable steps for you to take in the shortest amount of time possible. None of the videos are more than 15 minutes. On top of that, if you'd prefer to listen to the lesson instead of watching it, or if you prefer to read it, you'll be able to download just the audio, the transcription and/or the slide deck!
Well, I beg to differ on the part about you not being "good" at these things. It's not that you aren't creative. It's that you haven't been shown how to think creatively when it come to design. Not everyone has an intuitive "eye" for design. But plenty of people have figured out how to make these decisions and pull together a beautiful room by getting crystal clear on what pleases them, personally. And that's something you'll learn and do in this course.
This course was created with this particular issue in mind. So many people I've talked to tell me that their lives are crazy and full and that's one of the reasons they haven't put energy into their homes. That's why we're focusing on finishing a room rather than doing a full, soup-to-nuts course on interior design. You can expect to spend anywhere from 1 - 6 hours on each module. So on the long end, you'd spend about 24 hours total. It's designed to be broken up across 4 weekends, and most of the time, you'd spend an average of 3 hours a day for two days out of the week on getting things done.
You could totally finish your entire room without spending another dime. It's up to you. We're not focusing on buying any new big ticket items, that's for sure. But I will talk about how, where and when to shop and I will also encourage you to do some antiquing or thrift store browsing. You may end up finding something you love at a price you can afford, so I'm not going to promise that you won't spend anything. I'm saying that it's definitely not required.
If you said "YES, that's me!" to any of the above, I can't wait to meet you inside Master The Mix!