DESIGN & DECOR - MELBOURNE
An inspiring all day class in Melbourne with our very own Megan Morton.
Today’s world is over-delivering on visual styling inspiration. It’s exciting and it’s awesome but how will YOU find your own style through it all? This clever workshop goes beyond inspirational images and shows you how to turn your tear sheets, clippings, pinned pages, and inspirations into beautiful workable ideas.
The Decor and Design class is project based and gives you the opportunity to discuss ideas and get advice from Megan Morton on a particular project, space, room, or home. It’s like having a consultation with Megan in a small group setting, and is a good opportunity to bounce ideas off fellow classmates too. Note; this is not an ‘how to make an inspiration board’ workshop but how to make your wish list into a bona fide reality, and gain mastery over your own style!
You will leave with a workbook that is an interior scheme in the making. Concise, achievable, and most of all, totally and utterly suited to you! Perfect for those contemplating a total renovation, new build, or an individual room decor overhaul; as well as those needing a push in the right direction for any space. Everything you learn is related to the Australian styling industry.
Note: For those wondering what the difference is between Science of Styling and Design + Decor, click here!
10am - 4pm
7th May 2017
Price: $450 Everything is included and we provide a delicious working lunch and endless cups of fragrant tea, all you need to bring is an open mind!
Note: If you're thinking about this class, call the office on (02) 9693 2782 to register interest and talk through questions
'I have attended two previous classes of yours Megan and whilst I have always left the classes full of confidence with my new found knowledge, this particular class not only added to my passion of Design and my incredible admiration of you for your generosity in sharing your experience, insight and know how - but this particular class enabled me to see inside a Design Firm that always looked a bit ‘too good to be true’ if you know what I mean...'