Today, we’re diving into how to deploy the ten layers of design to maximize, multiply, and drive your profits. When we talk about these ten layers, I am referring to how you incorporate the following ten design components into each finished project: flooring, rugs, paint, upholstery, pillows and throws, case goods, lamps and lighting, accessories and art objects, artwork or wall decor, and window treatments and drapery.
Including selections from all ten of these layers maintains your scope of profit while achieving a tailored and thorough final product for your client. Every selection is a layer of investment for your client, which is a layer of profit for you. And this layering is possible with every single project! As you will learn in our conversation, the ten Layers don’t change, even if your client is a maximalist or a minimalist in their design preference.
I have a very simple, proven process that I’ve used for years that I will be sharing with you in today’s episode to help you leverage those layers and multiply those profits for your business. Be sure to tune in!
In this episode, you will hear:
- What the ten layers of design are
- How to use the ten Layers to multiply your profits
- How to apply the layering process for both maximalist and minimalist clients
- How to move your client away from focusing on their needs and toward taping into their wants
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