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Finally a definitive guide to gorgeous home design


In ​Designed Right, ​renowned designer Kelly Heaps​ ​not only shares the industry secrets behind her award-winning designs...she gives you the tools to do it yourself!  
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Kelly's guide takes the fear and uncertainty out of the design process, giving you a simple understanding of the basic formulas that every professional uses. 

If you've ever wanted to design a home that reflects your personality, feels joyful to be in, and looks professionally crafted, Designed Right will help you make it a reality.

Inside, you'll find:    

● Easy, start-to-finish formulas anyone can follow    
● Steps to choosing the right palettes for your home and personality   
● The logic behind design decisions, and the confidence to make your own!   

You don't have to hire a professional designer to bring your dream home to life. You don't have to second guess your every decision. You can gain the confidence and know how to make your space your own.

By the end of Designed Right, you'll see your home - and yourself - in a whole new light.




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