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The Bajaro Method—Rooms Have No Feelings, You Do!"

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Do you ever dream about what your ideal home would look and feel like? Is it a visualization based in reality or just a fantasy? Have you ever wondered how your family history and your childhood memories impact the way your design and decorate your home? Would you like to know how to create "soul space," and how that translates into physical space? What do the objects in your environment say about your past, present and future? Would you like to know how to release an object and continue to honor the attachment? Would you like to take a "preference profile questionnaire" to help you beter understand yourself and gain confidence in your decorating choices? If you answered "yes" to even one of these questions, you will want to hear every word my special guest, Barbara Kaplan has to say. Barbara is an Allied Member of ASID and member and Past President of IFDA and WATT. She is a speaker and author of "The Bajaro Method—Rooms Have No Feelings, You Do!" Her company, Design Dimensions has been in business for 27 years. Barbara has been featured in the Scottsdale Tribune, Phoenix Home and Garden Magazine and Arizona Lifestyle Magazine. She has appeared on Sonoran Living, Good Evening Arizona and Phoenix’s Best New Homes television programs and has presented several seminars. She has had a weekly column in the Scottsdale Tribune and has a monthly column in the City Sun Times. Barbara Kaplan has changed the meaning of interior design with The Bajaro Method, a process she created to guide her clients through a process of self-discovery so they could create environments that have heart and soul. As the leading proponent in the interior design world for environments that allow people to feel good, Barbara has worked with people to discover their own individual identities in their personal spaces. Take the fear out of Interior Designing

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