EP 052 | Blank Walls Are Scary with Katharine Earnhardt
March 19, 2018
About this Episode
A space isn’t finished until it’s ready to photograph, right? But photography can’t happen if you are looking at a room full of gorgeous furniture and blank walls. Since buying art can be intimidating—not just for your clients, but also for you as the design professional, we turn to expert art advisor Katharine Earnhardt for tips on how to make the whole process successful and enjoyable.
In this episode we learn:
– why art is important
– the emotional benefit to clients when art is in place
– how artwork completes the space and increases revenue
– how emerging artists can meet clients’ budgets
– better ways to discuss art with clients
– ways to use a client’s own artwork when it isn’t right for the key areas
Why is art important in a space (for interior designers)?
- Art finishes a space.
- Finished spaces can be photographed.
- Art sourcing expands your scope of work.
- Expanded scope increases your revenue.
- Art is one of the best ways to showcase a client’s taste.
Kimberley recommends: An Object of Beauty by Steve Martin.
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