Eligible for NARI & NKBA CEU credits*
We read about it every day – Downsizing, urban living, simplifying, millennials choosing different lifestyles. But what does it all mean? Is it just a trend? Is it just millennials?
A trend is something that comes and goes, but this is something deeper. Just like designing for aging in place and protecting our environment, the “Microsize me movement” is one our industry and designers need to take notice of and be proactive about.
“If my clients need these spaces, what do manufacturers offer that will work?” “How can I meet their needs through design and specification?”
We’ll go back to our roots of the basic elements of design to creatively address these spaces.
Feel more confident in marketing your knowledge around this topic and in working with clients of every generation and in any region who ask for this or who would benefit from your new understanding of this movement. #MicroSizeMe
- What is the “Microsize me Movement”?
- Which clients does it affect and who and what is driving it?
- Understand this is more than a trend, it’s a new reality
- Understand how we address it through design and product offering
Meet the presenter:
CMKBD, CACC, CLIPP
An Interior Designer of 20 years, Paula Kennedy’s firm Timeless Kitchen Design is a second career post-Corporate America. A love of kitchen and bath design offered her the opportunity to combine left-brain technical details and with the ability to play with right-brain space and color.
Paula is an NKBA Certified Master Kitchen & Bath Designer (CMKBD), a Certified Architectural Color Consultant (CACC), and has received her CLIPP Certified Living in Place designation through the Living in Place Institute. This award-winning designer, who was honored with the NKBA Lifetime Ambassador achievement in 2017, has been published locally and nationally, and gives back to the design community by speaking, teaching, mentoring and writing, most recently embracing the topics of creativity, innovation, tech, inclusive design and color.
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