Interior-design classes cover everything from fashion trends and wallpaper stripping to decorating children's rooms
- Expires Oct 3, 2012
- Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required.
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- $25 for one interior-design class (a $100 value)
- $45 for two interior-design classes (a $200 value)
- $63 for three interior-design classes (a $300 value)
Six class themes—Big Design, Small Budget; How to Dress a Wall; Home Fashion Trends and Color Theories; How to Cover a Window; One Man’s Junk; and Nurseries, Children’s Rooms, and Decorating with Themes—help students reimagine and re-create their interior spaces. Each class is limited to 36 participants and covers decorating techniques, from stripping and hanging wallpaper to the psychology of colors. See the class schedule here.Rector Studio
Pam Rector picked up her first roll of wallpaper as a little girl. As the spark of passion for color and design ignited, her mother fanned the flames, letting Pam redesign her room as many times as she wanted. By age 14, she had mastered the techniques of sewing pillows and painting furniture, allowing her room to grow as an “extension of her true personality.” As an adult, she temporarily put her design ambitions aside to begin a stint in the restaurant business, but she couldn’t keep her creativity stifled. The hand-drawn fliers and holiday decorations that she worked on in her spare time opened up the window to her dream job, and she eventually quit the corporate world and became a full-time designer.
Founding Rector Studio in March 2012, Pam now works with clients on decorating projects that range from full home makeovers to color consultation. Armed with color swatches, catalogues, and a carpet-to-English dictionary, she adds small touches with custom-made pillows and valances, or re-does larger decor from flooring to area rugs. While working on redesigns, Pam also keeps budgets in mind, maintaining an artistic vision that won’t break the bank.