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Introducing …

As I begin my retirement years, I hope to fulfill my dreams of spending time with my family and delving into my passion of decorating & writing.  And, of course, shopping NEVER gets old or tiring!  

Now that I have time, the idea of consulting online will give me the opportunity of exploring my 3 passions—decorating, writing AND Shopping!

My Dream …

As a young girl, I realized that I was a dreamer — just like my daddy.  I could see what I wanted.  I could visualize a completed project before it was a dot on the drawing board.


Color, Texture, Composition, Design make up the drawing board.  They tell a story. They complete the puzzle.  Design & Writing are a passion of mine.  After putting the two passions together [and attending Patricia Stevens Career College for Interior Design], I saw my dream come true!

Voila!  DecoratingStages was created as a consulting service to those needing guidance in decorating their homes or offices.  Regardless if it is one question or answering the big question—

“Where do I begin…?”

Let’s chat about YOUR Dream.  I feel like making Your Dream Come True!

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Vision & Purpose

Decorating Stages is an online interior decorating coaching service offering answers to every stage of interior decorating from new home, remodel, staging, redesign, and declutter | organization.

The Vision of Decorating Stages is to:

  • Offer coaching services to clients with a need for decorating/staging advice.

  • Offer coaching for staging services to clients as assistance in selling their home quicker or for a better price.

  • Offer interior decorating coaching services to simplify your home | office by decluttering & organizing..

  • Offer home decor pieces through Creative Designs.

Living the Dream ~~
My Mission Statement

"Decorating Stages creates the client's personality as the FOCUS point in any level of their interior decorating process -- new home, remodel, staging, and simplifying the look by decluttering and organizing.."

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