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What is the Process of Color Consulting?

Posted by Julie Shen on April 18, 2013 at 5:30 PM Comments comments (0)

Processes of color consulting



I. Set up an initial meeting:


In this meeting, you will meet with your color consultants to discuss about the colors you want and your design goals. You consultants will advice you to narrow down to one or two colors as they think fit. They will walk around with a camera to take pictures of your property and design details ...

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What Is Julie's Expertise?

Posted by Julie Shen on April 3, 2013 at 4:30 PM Comments comments (0)

Educated as an fine artist and have been painting for over 20 years, I am an expert in colors and their tint, shade and tone. Since contrast value, saturation, and the juxtaposition of colors are what people perceive, color combinations and their relationship within the environment may be more important than the color itself. With this understanding, education and experience, I can help you achieve your goal and save you time and frustration of making selection. I have b...

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What Can a Color Consultant Help?

Posted by Julie Shen on April 2, 2013 at 10:15 PM Comments comments (0)

By using colors, a color consultant can modulate appearance of a building and integrate it into surroundings.  Colors can be used to differentiate, unite, balance or accentuate your building in your neighborhood.  An experienced color consultant can make your building inviting for curb appeal to attract attention of customers.  Ever want to motivate your employees and make your office a pleasent experience for your customers?  The monotonous office white ...

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