Touchy subject, right?
When genders collide, especially over design styles, arguments will inevitably result.
Trust me - I know this as FACT. I’ve been there myself - MANY times.
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My husband and I are total opposites: He’s an engineer and I’m a designer. Essentially, we're polar opposites who are both very opinionated and very headstrong.
Without giving you a play-by-play account of our past conflicts, let's just say we both approach joint projects around our house in totally different ways, and with totally different goals in mind.
And yes -- of course -- this often creates problems :-(
Read about one of our style-spats in the article linked within the image to the right. ➤
Well fast-forward to today . . . And guess what? . . . I'm in the process of remodeling my kitchen, and problems are already arising. (And NO, I'm NOT talking about problems having to do with going over budget, or mis-measuring the space where the fridge will be placed.)
My husband and I are having a Battle of the Sexes!
We need an intervention! But who should we turn to for help?
Oh! I know . . .
Who better to get advice from than THE MASTER of working with husbands and wives who have totally different perspectives . . .
That's right! I’ve reached out to the original host (and amazing interior designer) from HGTV's hit show, Designing for the Sexes!
I’m so excited to share the conversation we recently had! You're not going to want to miss this!
So check back with me next week, alright? The man who's the master of working out the design differences between two opposite personalities is going to share advice that should not only help my husband and I reach common ground, but also help you tame the future battles you have with your other half.