Robin de Gennaro Grant is an interior designer and architectural color consultant. She is co-principal of the architecture and interior design firm, Grant + Grant, based in Los Angeles. Robin is a certified interior designer in the state of California and NCIDQ accredited.
Patrick Architectural Color Consulting consists of a husband and wife team of professional color consultants both trained at IACCNA. Fredrick is a licensed Architect and licensed Professional Engineer and has been in the Design and Construction business for over forty years.We specialize in all types of Architectural projects, including commercial,educational,institutional and residential. Our passion is to create better environments through color selection and design. Specific design goals are defined for each project early in the process and maintained throughout. Fred's hobby is making colorful metal jewelry and Karen works in creating fabric art. Fred has worked in London,San Francisco,Colorado and now mostly works on the East coast,with traveling anywhere acceptable. We work with Architects,University personnel, Owners and Contractors. We specialize in scientifically building color palettes for each space with large diverse constituencies, such as University committees, so the project succeeds and the people satisfied,as both Fred and Karen have worked 25+ years for Universities.
The fastest way to instantly create change in a room is through color, and a fresh coat of paint works wonders! If you are living in a dull or unappealing space because you are afraid to make a wrong choice, Lauri Hafvenstein can help. An Associate Member professionally trained by the International Association of Color Consultants (IACC), Lauri believes that every consultation is a collaboration. Together, you'll narrow down choices to find colors you love that harmonize with other elements in your space and create just the right feeling for your home. A partner in the firm Old House Loves, LLC, Lauri is especially passionate about choosing appropriate colors for older and historic homes.
Using my experience as a Professional Merchandiser, Interior designer, Apparel Buyer and Graphic artist; I am able to select color and transform your space into something wonderful; blending practical functionality with the appropriate color palette to intentionally surround you with a pleasing environment. Applying the elements of Color Psychology, we work to achieve the most potential out of your space. I began my career with Nordstrom early on, which set me on a path to understanding what it takes to provide outstanding customer service with an attention to detail. OUR MISSION: To skillfully and intentionally modify an environment so that people become engaged, delighted and richly satisfied -- to surround them with an experience that goes beyond the ordinary and breathes contentment into their everyday lives. Copyright 2014. Intentional Surroundings.
An Architectural Color Consultant, Amy advises residential and commercial property owners on color decisions for interiors and exteriors, both on-site and virtually around the nation. Whether the medium is paint or wallpaper, building cladding or kitchen countertops, Amy creates custom color plans to suit every client's needs and sensibilities. Offering interior design and staging services as well, Amy is a go-to source for a fresh perspective on design, cited by by major media outlets such as Elle Decor, The Huffington Post and Consumer Reports. With a Business Degree from the University of Michigan, Amy studied Landscape Design at the NY Botanical Garden, Floral Design at Pratt Institute and color with the IACC-NA. Servicing clients nationally and locally in New York City & environs, Columbia, Dutchess, Ulster, Rensselaer and Albany Counties in NY, NW Litchfield County in CT and Southern Berkshire County in MA.
Thesis, and accredited: 2000 Subject: Importance of color in an elementary school: a case study. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Originally from Minnesota, Barbara moved to Sebastopol, CA in 2015 from Massachusetts. Her formal artistic education includes work done at the Academia di Belle Arti in Florence, Italy; the University of California, Berkeley, where she studied with Adja Yunkers and David Hockney; and the University of Minnesota, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in studio art with a concentration in painting and printmaking. Aside from her personal art work, since 1986 Barbara has helped to create supportive, comfortable environments for home or work through her ongoing practice as an architectural color consultant.Barbara has been published in a variety of national professional and shelter media, both in print and online, on the subject of supportive color design and color selecting for interiors and architecture,of commercial and residential properties. Other subjects for color design include product development and branding.