Find a Certified Color Consultant Near You
Whether your project is big or small, simple or challenging, a certified color consultants is ready to help you. Each of these individuals have earned their professional designation and can guide you in choosing the perfect colors for you, your home or your business.
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I am an interior decorator with a certificate from the New York Institute of Art and Design who has helped almost 1,000 people during the last 15 years. I have also been trained in redecorating by Use What You Have Interiors and in color theory and application by Sensational Color, and I am an Accredited Home Staging Specialist. I strive to remain up-to-date in all facets of decorating by taking a variety of courses in color, organization, floral design and accessorizing.
My clients are the types of people that you typically see at church, the grocery store or at local community events. They are nurses, bank specialists, teachers, government workers, retirees, downsizers or new home buyers. Perhaps they have never had a decorator to help them with their home, or they haven’t redecorated in many years. Nevertheless, they all have the common goal of wanting an old room to have a new look whether it’s rearranging furniture, deciding on paint colors, accessorizing or even purchasing that piece of furniture to make the room “complete”.
If you are like one of those people with a room that needs a new look, please call me. My services are affordable, and clients actually have fun during the process. I have a lot of clients with repeat business as well as referrals from many clients.
I offer one-day redecorating, paint color consultations, staging consultations and e-decorating. Importantly, I do not attempt to make your style what I think you should have. Rather, I provide you with choices, and you make the selection. I will work to give your home the appearance and comfort that you have always wanted.
Certification: Color for Home Interiors
Working with color is my passion, be it for your home or a painting. I help clients create a beautiful palette for their home like a designer with the eye of an artist. My color clients live within a 15 mile radius of Fairfax but my art travels far and wide.
Call her a citoyenne du monde (citizen of the world) — she’s lived in 7 different countries! Robin was a founding member of the DC Chapter of the National Speakers Association (in 1980) and worked as a professional speaker, speechwriter and coach. After that she enjoyed a career as a singer/actress, writer/producer, mounting and performing in shows for the Associations/Meetings Market in DC (Love Makes World Bank Go Round!; Selling: You’ve Gotta Have Heart! etc)
: Being a print model and producing commercials for the Panache Modeling Agency led to covering the social and fashion beat in Washington DC: As Editorial Director for “Washington Entertainment Magazine, ” she wrote Fete City, Hot Couture, and various feature articles; she wrote Le Beau Monde for “Quarante, the Magazine for the Woman Who Has Arrived” (sold to Lear’s); Fashionably Washington for “Travelhost, ” and Where Are They Now? for “Washington Life. “ Her very first interview for that column was former OAS Ambassador Alejandro Orfilla’s Austrian wife, Helga, who exclaimed, “Oh, you’re interviewing former celebrities and current has-beens!”
Today Robin is a professional speaker and speaking coach. Her company is Creative Resources LLC and she is professional speaker and coach. Her new partner, Andrew Finn, Ph. D., is a professional speaker, coach and professor of interpersonal and intercultural communication. Their company, Dynamic Verbal Intercourse, LLC. Robin looks forward to a new career giving seminars on business etiquette and protocol, specializing in businesses in Europe.
She is a member of the French American Chamber of Commerce, National Speakers Association, Capital Speakers Club, and the Legacy Society of WETA and various charities, including the Women’s Committees for the Washington Performing Arts Society and the National Museum for Women in the Arts.