Have you ever had to pick a paint color and been overwhelmed by the wide range of “white” options? Know the difference and the importance of color organization through this episode with Lori Sawaya.
Meet Lori Sawaya
Lori Sawaya got her start in graphic design, and as color printing became more readily available, she started to become obsessed with the color management aspects of her career. This obsession turned into several years of dedicated training and study, which led her to a whole new understanding of color and how people measure it.
From there, Lori developed a course that teaches others how color is measured, but she takes it a step further and shows interior and architectural color designers how these concepts have practical applications in their businesses. Her business, Camp Chroma, is all about building the foundational tools needed to leverage the power of color data.
About the episode
In this episode hosted by Gabriella Joustra, Lori simply defined organization as a place for everything and everything in its place and that it is important to avoid a cluttered home. Then she discussed color organization — an implementation of the framework of color hues.
She also said that having a home organization system not only saves time but also maintains sanity because if you don’t know where things are, that is a major time eater, and it can be stressful looking for the things that you need.
Clutter is very stressful, but having a system of color organization helps you eliminate clutter and create an organized home.
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