Our featured guest this week is Jeanette Chasworth, The Color Whisperer. Jeanette will be discussing the power of color and the many ways that it impacts your everyday life. This interview will surprise you – and you might find yourself re-thinking the colors in your own home or office.
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About Jeanette Chasworth:
Jeanette Chasworth (ASID) has earned the moniker “The Color Whisperer” among clients and colleagues alike because of her ability to speak the language of color in her design work.
A California-born, California-loving designer, Chasworth grew up with a strong passion for travel and history. Along her journeys, she discovered a hidden beauty in life’s transitions and found a way to translate that beauty for her clients with the powers of color and design.
“I use my intuition and design background to create an inspiring environment that weaves together each of your unique tastes that reflect your true personality.”
From elegant nostalgia to chic contemporary minimalism, Chasworth’s flexibility and effortless understanding of design has brought her tremendous respect in the world of interior design. A frequent guest speaker for various radio talk shows, she thoroughly enjoys sharing her passion to all those who want to better understand what color communicates in our everyday lives. Aside from being elected President of the Pasadena Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) from 2011-2012, her work has been featured in several industry publications such as Fabulous Floors Magazine, Arroyo Monthly, Arts & Crafts Home, and currently hosts her own web-based show ( Color TV) and podcast ( Color Talk). Furthermore, her first book: What’s Color Got to Do with It? continues to garner rave reviews on and offline.
With an affinity for literature, Chasworth takes pride in bringing the often-hidden character of a home forward to engage in subconscious inspiration for her clients. From “Craftsman,” to “Arts and Crafts,” to “Contemporary,” Chasworth molds her approach to the contours of her clients’ preferences, goals, and personalities.
“I love historic rooms, but I REALLY love getting to the heart of my client — that takes precedence over everything!”
Want to know what color trying to tell you? Find out at: TheColorWhisperer.com.