What’s Your New Home Personality?

What’s Your New Home Personality?

Would you guess that your taste in jewelry…flowers…or travel could also predict your preferences in your home’s design, style and even product choices?

As the Woman-Centric Matters!® team at Design Basics has identified, women tend to exhibit one of four primary home buyer personalities. And it’s amazing just how much of our core personality is reflected in our homes! Once you’ve identified your strongest personality type, you, your builder, or your remodeling contractor can focus on things that will likely be very meaningful to you and avoid wasting time with things that probably aren’t very important.

Let’s meet the buyers:

Margo

Margo is the name given by Design Basics to women whose style tends to be modern. In Margo’s home you’re likely to see clean lines, interesting geometric shapes, and a penchant for new and unconventional. From products such as faucets and lighting, to flooring, cabinets and counter tops, “contemporary” is Margo’s inclination. Margo also tends to work—a lot—and appreciates innovative solutions for working at home.

Elise

Elise is traditional, in every sense of the word. Traditional architecture, proven products, and comfortable furnishings. Elise’s family is at the center of everything. Family Photos and memorabilia, are displayed proudly, alongside Grandma’s hutch. Elise looks for value in practical room arrangements and dependable, long lasting products. There’s just no place she would rather be than home!

Claire

Claire’s home is sophisticated. It is obvious when looking at Claire’s home that someone paid close attention to detail. Outside, Claire’s landscaping compliments her home’s exterior. Inside, Claire’s home is superbly coordinated. Claire has an eye for quality and is very knowledgeable about products and design. Claire is a natural-born planner, and has a vision of what she wants to achieve.

Maggie

Maggie is casual…and eclectic. Maggie tends to be passionately involved in life—her interests, hobbies, projects and activities will often dictate how her home “lives.” Maggie thrives on flexible spaces for her and her family’s varied interests. Entertaining revolves around FUN at Maggie’s home, so Space for games and media is a high priority, as is anything low-maintenance that gives her back a little more time.

So, what do flowers, jewelry and vacations have to do with her home? It appears that our core personalities are evidenced in numerous facets of our lives. In fact, not looking at square footage, bedroom locations or the number of baths just might yield some of the most revealing discoveries in your pursuit of the perfect home!

What’s Your Personality Type?

My favorite flower group is closest to:

A. Daisy/tulip

B. Hydrangea/iris

C. Bird of paradise/calla lily

D. Rose/Carnation

Which of the following wedding rings would you likely wear?

A.

B.

C.

D.

What type of 3-Day Trip Interests You Most?

A. Theme Park (Disney World or Six Flags)

B. Hotel Stay and Play (golf, spa, water sports)

C. Theatre package (NY or Chicago)

D. Cruise (Caribbean, Alaskan)

Now, see which profile your answers match!

This is just a sampling of the 16-question Finally About Me® Quiz. Don’t be concerned if you didn’t answer all three questions with the same letter. That’s okay, because when taking the full Finally About Me quiz your strongest personality profile will be revealed. It’s a great time saver, as you will be able to more quickly focus on what interests you and not waste time on design, amenity or product issues which likely aren’t important to you at all.

If you’re closest to Margo, you probably want your home to be unique. Your home will be full of items that make you feel good. Everywhere you look in your home, you’ll like what you see! From cutting-edge home design to innovative products and unique finishing touches, you want a home with great style.

Are you an Elise? “Light, bright and airy” well describe your new home’s comfortable, uncluttered appearance. Elise homes seem to say “Welcome, we’re glad you’re here!” And, just as your home can’t have too much storage space, it’s also a much-needed respite from stress, because Elise’s home is her haven. Is Claire most similar to your personality? For you, creating a wonderful home is like creating a wonderful, accessorized wardrobe. It’s all about your life and your style. It will be well-thought-out. For example, storage can be beautiful, but organization is a nonnegotiable.

Claire’s home is a showcase, or is in the process of becoming one. And if you feel a kinship to Maggie, you want a home that caters to your lifestyle, enhancing everything you do. Fun, functional and flexible are the hallmarks of your home. Whether it’s movie night, a scrap booking party or the big game, casual entertaining and spur-of-the-moment get-togethers are commonplace because Maggie’s home is carefree.

Our homes and the products in the homes are all public expressions of ourselves. You already know Her Home Magazine was founded on the premise of empowering women to make wise, informed decisions regarding their homes. The personality profiles, and the insights that can be gleaned from them, fit that premise beautifully!

Finally About Me® Resources

Finally About Me® – As the Woman-Centric Matters!® team at Design Basics has identified, women tend to exhibit one of four primary home buyer personalities. And it’s amazing just how much of our core personality is reflected in our homes!

Finally About Me® Quiz – TAKE THE QUIZ! What’s Your New Home Personality? Would you guess that your taste in jewelry, flowers, or travel could also predict your preferences in your home’s design styles and even product choices?

Finally About Me® Profiles – So you are a Maggie or a Claire, or a Margo or Elise. Learn more about your new home personality!

“A Home That’s Truly Your” From the myriad choices available, the specific selections you make when you are remodeling or building a new home reveal a lot about you, your values and desires.

“Design reveals Desires” From the myriad choices available, the specific selections you make when you are remodeling or building a new home reveal a lot about you, your values and desires.

Design Reveals Desires

Design Reveals Desires

“From the myriad choices available, the specific selections you make when you are remodeling or building a new home reveal a lot about you, your values and desires.”

Your garage doors…flooring choices…the lighting in your bathroom… even your closets…everything in your home was designed. Her Home™ talked with several industry leaders about design’s role in delighting homeowners.

Garage Doors

Vickie Lent Marketing Director Amarr Garage Doors

Vickie Lents, Marketing Director with Amarr® Garage Doors, reports a profound shift in garage door sales based on people’s desire that their garage door not look like everyone else’s. According to Lents, Carriage-style garage doors now account for 35% of the garage doors sold. With all the different profiles, glass options and hardware choices, Amarr offers over 300 different garage doors to choose from, catering to people’s desire for individuality.

photo courtesy of Amarr Garage Doors

Lents said “Women lead the process of selecting a garage door style. It’s all about complimenting the home’s exterior and reflecting the homeowner’s style. To some, garage door choice is a fashion statement.” Aesthetics take center stage when it comes to the company’s rich, authentic wood garage doors. Practical design issues are balanced with aesthetics in the company’s more competitively priced steel doors. Lents continued, “Traditionally, men were the primary decision makers when it came to functional issues, such as low maintenance and reliability. But with increased interest in environmental and safety issues, women have become more active in the functional decision-making.” Functional design is also evident in the company’s insulated steel garage doors, particularly when there is living space above the garage, for maintaining comfortable temperatures and reducing noise. That insulation between the interior and exterior steel skins of the garage door also reduces the likelihood of dents or dings from balls or bike handles hitting the door. Safety was also a top design criterion, which is why Amarr’s garage doors are both pinch and tamper-resistant. And the company’s products are all made in America, a value many of us hold dear.

Lents added, “The right garage doors can give the owner a sense of pride of ownership. After all, more than 50% of people enter their home through their garage. The right garage door can provide a warm, welcoming element that brings a sense of satisfaction.” Apparently, that’s important to lots of people, particularly prospective homebuyers. In a survey conducted by Stratamark Research, real estate agents nationwide said replacing garage doors on a home can increase the asking price by four percent.

 

Now that’s worth consideration!

Lighting

Heather Thomas Lighting Manager Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery

With showrooms around the country, Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery is a national leader in products for the kitchen and bath. Heather Thomas is the Lighting Manager at the Ferguson Gallery in Charleston, South Carolina. In her experience, women are the major decision makers for these products, too.With showrooms around the country, Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery is a national leader in products for the kitchen and bath. Heather Thomas is the Lighting Manager at the Ferguson Gallery in Charleston, South Carolina. In her experience, women are the major decision makers for these products, too.

“ A woman’s powder bath is seen by everyone,” said Thomas, continuing, “so selecting the lighting in the powder bath typically takes a lot of time and effort because it makes a statement. Decorative fixtures are popular, with traditional buyers tending towards hanging fixtures while wall sconces are favored among buyers with more modern tastes.” When it comes to master bathrooms, lighting design must be integrated into the overall design of the bathroom. According to Thomas, the primary considerations are:

• Task lighting—fixtures designed to be seen such as sconces and bath brackets, providing general illumination to the room and specifically full face illumination when looking into the mirror.

• Recessed ceiling lighting—which tends to visually “go away” and is not subject to the changing fixture design trends and styles. Today’s less visible; smaller-diameter recessed cans are increasingly popular.

• Decorative accent and flair lights—used for their visual effect, calling attention to certain features and amenities in the bathroom.

Additionally, Thomas cautions, “You may have planned amazing tile work and beautiful countertops but may not have thought much about the light switches.” It will be immediately evident if these controls were carefully selected or merely an afterthought. Beyond the design of the controls themselves, Thomas pointed out such controls “allow you to personalize the appearance and lighting presentation, from occupancy sensors which turn on the lights as you enter the bathroom to digital dimmers which bring the lights up and down gradually, rather than the abrupt on or off.”

Lighting design must consider the color temperature of the lamps (bulbs) to be used as colors appear differently. Thomas explained,“ Incandescent bulbs produce relatively warm shades approximately 2700-degree Kelvin, a color temperature preferred by younger women. More mature ladies may prefer the whiter light of bulbs in the 3000 – 3500-degree Kelvin range.”

Then there’s a lamp’s color rendering index (CRI), a scale of 1 to 100 which basically refers to how well we see an object. Incandescent lighting has a CRI of 100, while CFL and LED lighting CRI indexes typically fall in the 80 to 90 range, meaning some loss of color vibrancy.

Bathroom lighting design reveals your desire and as Thomas said,

For more information on Lighting visit Ferguson.com“ The right light fixtures and the right light levels can set the perfect mood.”

Flooring

Elise Dembowshi – V.P. Creative Services Mohawk Flooring

“Women initiate 80 – 90% of residential flooring purchases,” according to Elise Demboski, Vice President of Creative Services for Mohawk® Flooring. She goes on to say, “Color and design are buyer’s top priorities. Buyers have a specific look in mind, and flooring is a reflection of her pride in her home. Beauty and easy care matter to her!”

photo courtesy of Mohawk Flooring

Mohawk’s hardwood flooring runs the gamut from reclaimed to hand-scraped. Appearance and functional design were both addressed in the development of ArmorMaxTM, which makes their pre-finished wood flooring five times more resistant to scratches as compared with finishing hardwood floors on-site. Pre-finished wood flooring is also healthier, with minimal, if any, off-gassing from chemicals used to stain/seal/coat the new wood floors. And with Uniclic® Technology, Mohawk also designed a solution to homeowners’ desire for minimal visual gaps between boards and a healthier, glueless installation which can be walked on immediately after installation.

When referring to design, form refers to the aesthetic quality of a product’s design—the look and feel. Demboski suggests “Beyond look and color, carpet choice really should begin with researching the fiber type to make the best decision for your particular situation. All carpeting is not the same and warranty, while important, is only one aspect of determining the right carpeting choice.”

Function refers to what a product is designed to do, how well it performs and its reliability. Demboski explained that Mohawk research identified stained carpet makes a woman feel stressed. She’s frequently reminded about that spot that won’t come out every time she walks by (even if it’s been covered up). The more public the stain, the more embarrassing it can be. Knowing that, Mohawk’s designers created SmartStrand®, a new type of carpet fiber with the stain and soil resistance built into the fiber, that cleans up with water.

Now that’s innovative (functional) design!

Demboski said “Most carpeting has a stain resistant treatment applied topically but professional carpet cleaning removes the topically-applied stain resistant treatments. SmartStrand was designed to be healthier, eliminating the need for carpet cleaning chemicals.” She went on to mention “SmartStrand fiber is also environmentally friendly, as it is 37% corn, and makes people feel good about choosing a green product.” People can also feel good about selecting Mohawk’s SmartCushion™ carpet pad, because a portion of the sales of SmartCushion.

Storage

Amanda LaBlanc– Owner,The Amandas of Organized Affairs

Watch The Amandas on the Style Network; you’ll soon discover Amanda LaBlanc has some great ideas for storage and organization. Owner of The Amandas of Organized Affairs (New Orleans, Birmingham and online), LaBlanc’s spatial and interior design talents are in high demand.

Her Home caught up with Amanda to address closet storage. Amanda was quick to point out her clientele, mostly women who have taken on more and more responsibilities, equate improved organization with fewer worries and more time.

Amanda feels many people underestimate the value of aesthetic design when tackling closet storage and organization projects. “Functional aspects of storage are essential,” she explains, “but in my experience an attractive closet inspires the owner to keep it organized. Ignore how it looks and people won’t love that space, they won’t be happy and they won’t bother to keep it organized.”

LaBlanc continued, “A closet is not ‘just a closet!’ Paint it a special color,” she advises, “or use sleek, wooden hangers (they’re really not that expensive), or perhaps select small crystal pendant lights.

“Adjustability is key for future uses. Our lives are not ‘fixed’, so why have fixed shelving that may not work six months down the road?” A dealer for Schulte Storage products, LaBlanc feels closet organization should start with Schulte’s FreedomRail system, which allows for easy re-configuration of hanging and shelving, adjustable in one-inch height increments. A complete line of accessory items such as bins and baskets are designed for FreedomRail as well. LaBlanc said, “Adjustable closet systems mean one closet for as long as you live in the home, not tearing out and replacing fixed shelving as your needs change.”

In her business, LaBlanc has learned that asking questions of her clients only gets her so far in designing closet solutions. “Closets need to reflect the buyer’s personality, habits and needs, some of which is best discovered through observation.” LaBlanc spends time with her clients in their homes not just measuring the closet space, but to see how they live. Beyond the obvious, that’s one way she discovers deep desires and designs the perfect closet system. LaBlanc also encourages them to be open-minded. “People often believe they have to work with what’s there—the storage solution inherited from the previous owner or whatever the builder put in the home. Not so!”

LaBlanc concludes, “Organization is not about your home. It’s about your life, less stress and more time with loved ones.”

Design adds meaning and value to our lives. The aesthetic aspects are usually obvious. The functional elements, though perhaps less visible, may be even more important. Ultimately, product selection is up to you, which is why we say… … design reveals desires!

Finally About Me® Resources

Product Resource for this Article

Amarr Garage Doors

Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery

Mohawk® Flooring

TheAmandas.com

Schulte Storage System

Finally About Me® – As the Woman-Centric Matters!® team at Design Basics has identified, women tend to exhibit one of four primary home buyer personalities. And it’s amazing just how much of our core personality is reflected in our homes!

Finally About Me® Quiz – TAKE THE QUIZ! What’s Your New Home Personality? Would you guess that your taste in jewelry, flowers, or travel could also predict your preferences in your home’s design styles and even product choices?

Finally About Me® Profiles – So you are a Maggie or a Claire, or a Margo or Elise. Learn more about your new home personality!

“What’s Your New Home Personality?” Would you guess that your taste in jewelry…flowers…or travel could also predict your preferences in your home’s design, style and even product choices?

“A Home That’s Truly You” From the myriad choices available, the specific selections you make when you are remodeling or building a new home reveal a lot about you, your values and desires.

A Home That’s Truly You

A Home That’s Truly You

How designers are catering to your personality in what they design.

by Paul Foresman

Appreciating the fact that women homeowners make most of the decisions when it comes to remodeling or building a new home, embracing women’s needs and wants as well as taking the entire process from stressful to delightful are major steps in the right direction. But not all women are the same!

You may recall our research identifying four primary female home buyer personalities: Margo (modern, edgy, “My Home is unique”); Elise (traditional, family-oriented, “My home is my haven”); Claire (discerning, quality-oriented, “My home makes a statement”); and Maggie (casual, fun loving, “My home is carefree”). You can discover your new home personality by taking the 3-minute Finally About Me® quiz.

See how Design Basics tailored one home plan to match preferences of each of the four personas. In addition, learn how the product designers interviewed in “Design Reveals Desires” overlay their Woman-Centric approach to design with an appreciation for distinct personality preferences to create remarkable products.

Margo

The most individualistic of the four personas, Margo is also the most contemporary in her styling, finishes, and selections. Evidenced in the streamlined stone and stucco front elevation and specialty windows. In keeping with her modern bent, the galley kitchen will likely feature glass, metal and concrete surfaces—and probably not show traditional wood cabinetry. Notice that the pantry is not visible nor accessed directly from the kitchen. Five sets of triple transom windows further give this home it’s unique personality.

A lifelong learner and avid reader dictates a personal reading space, shown in the owner’s bedroom. In the bathroom, a simple large shower and private toilet area are secondary to back-to-back vanities, bathed in natural light. There’s the walk-in closet with direct connection to the laundry area, making hanging clothes directly out of the dryer a snap. Finally, a second-floor flex area makes the perfect guest bedroom or private home office.

50031 the Draper
1412 main level sq. ft. | 321 upper level sq. ft.
1733 total sq. ft.

Bath lighting. “Margo’s lighting choices will be driven by the bathroom design. Likely to choose square recessed cans, sleek sconces or unique pendants and LED lighting because it’s still relatively new and different. She’ll want accent lighting at vanities.” –Heather Thomas

Garage Doors. “Modern and sleek, Amarr’s Vista doors showcase a variety of translucent glass panels within a rugged aluminum frame for contemporary styling. Minimalist flush steel doors are also popular with Margo buyers.” –Vickie Lents

Closet Storage. “Our Margo clients prefer ‘organized-in’ in that they like things tucked away. Visually, she’s looking for sleek and minimalistic–nothing frilly.” –Amanda LaBlanc

Flooring. “Margo looks for individuality in her flooring. She may opt for ceramic tile, especially if transitioning from an adjoining stained/etched concrete floor.” –Elise Demboski

Translucent glass garage door courtesy of Amarr.

Contemporary bathroom lighting courtesy of Ferguson Bath, Kitchen and Lighting Gallery.

Claire

“Wow!” That’s a word Claire will hear a lot living in the Presley. The front façade, with its repeating gables and artful use of stone and stucco, is truly elegant. Everything, from the eye-catching garage door to the arched and columned entry, is just right. Entry views take in the see-through fireplace and prominent great room with detailed ceiling and showy windows. To the left, stately columns define the sunny, spacious dining area. Often a person who enjoys hosting gatherings in her home, Claire will appreciate the chef-inspired kitchen.

Twin covered rear porches extend entertaining options outdoors. The owner’s suite presents a tall, boxed ceiling and lovely window grouping in the bedroom. The bathroom is also something special, with a corner tub at one end and oversized spa-shower at the other end—both enjoying natural light. Upstairs, a second bedroom or flex space is served by a full bath, and possible uses for the deep unfinished storage area are limited only by your imagination!

50034 the Presley
1436 main level sq. ft. | 329 upper level sq. ft.
1765 total sq. ft.

Hardwood flooring, courtesy of Mohawk Flooring.

Elegant wall sconce lighting courtesy of Ferguson Bath, Kitchen and Lighting Gallery.

Bath lighting. “Claire will have done her research, is up on the latest in lighting technologies and is probably looking for a statement lighting piece for the bath, such as a chandelier over the tub. She’ll take great pride in ‘green’ lighting options and be sure to point them out to others.” –Heather Thomas

Garage Doors. “Knowing the garage door is the single largest architectural element of the front of her home, Claire will likely start her search from among the steel or solid wood carriage doors with designer patterns and add glass inserts as well as decorative hardware for a truly distinctive door.” –Vickie Lents

Closet Storage. “Touring Claire’s home? Expect to hear ’Come look at my closet!’ From beautiful lighting to automatic pull-down rods, Claire’s closet is a showcase for innovation in function and aesthetics. With Claire it’s more than asking her what she wants—it’s observing how she lives in her home!” –Amanda LaBlanc

Flooring. “Claire-type buyers are favoring hand-scraped wood flooring and porcelain tile that looks like natural stone.” –Elise Demboski

Maggie

The Crocket’s eye-catching wood trusses in the gables and thick-columned front porch combine to give this home its curb appeal. Designed for Maggie, the home is casual and comfortable, while being flexible for her changing interests and needs. An island table in the kitchen becomes the home’s activity center— transitioning from baking prep to eating area to game table. This home presents a sunny patio as well as twin covered porches for spending time outside with friends.The Crocket’s eye-catching wood trusses in the gables and thick-columned front porch combine to give this home its curb appeal. Designed for Maggie, the home is casual and comfortable, while being flexible for her changing interests and needs. An island table in the kitchen becomes the home’s activity center— transitioning from baking prep to eating area to game table. This home presents a sunny patio as well as twin covered porches for spending time outside with friends.

The easy-living owner’s suite includes a doorless walk-in shower, so there’s no door to clean. The closet offers tremendous storage and a Maggie-inspired travel center for suitcase storage and packing, keeping you from having to pack the suitcase on your bed. Maggies crave a hobby or craft space in the home with plentiful storage where projects-in-progress can be left undisturbed, and you’ll find just such a space in the home’s oversized laundry area.

50032 the Crocket
1470 total sq. ft.

Bath lighting. “Maggie has concern for green products, energy efficiency and long lasting lamps. She will be familiar with the new kinds of lighting (CFL and LED). Recessed lighting is popular because there’s no fixtures to be kept clean.” –Heather ThomasBath lighting. “Maggie has concern for green products, energy efficiency and long lasting lamps. She will be familiar with the new kinds of lighting (CFL and LED). Recessed lighting is popular because there’s no fixtures to be kept clean.” –Heather Thomas

Garage Doors. “Busy and green conscious, Maggie will select low-maintenance, insulated steel doors and would love to find a door profile that’s a little different than what everyone else has, and perhaps a bit whimsical as well.”–Vickie Lents

Closet Storage. “Schulte’s Freedom Rail is ideal for Maggie with its adjustability and flexibility. Expect to see fun accessories and storage containers, and know easy access to everything is important. Maggie is also open to exciting colors within her closet.” –Amanda LaBlanc

Flooring. “Easy to clean and durable, Maggies will appreciate laminate flooring choices with the appearance of hardwoods or ceramic tile.” –Elise Demboski

Maggie’s casual bathroom courtesy of Ferguson Bath, Kitchen and Lighting Gallery.

Art Deco glass panels in a Maggie garage door
courtesy of Amarr.

Elise

An established traditionalist, Elise favors simplicity and practicality with an eye towards value. Outside, it’s clapboard siding with stone accents, detailed, shuttered windows and twin dormers breaking up the expanse of roof. The entry foyer presents long, uninterrupted views out the back and positions a traditional fireplace in the corner. Elises looking for a formal dining room will likely utilize the flex room accordingly, but one recent caller talked about finishing the covered porch as her future formal dining.An established traditionalist, Elise favors simplicity and practicality with an eye towards value. Outside, it’s clapboard siding with stone accents, detailed, shuttered windows and twin dormers breaking up the expanse of roof. The entry foyer presents long, uninterrupted views out the back and positions a traditional fireplace in the corner. Elises looking for a formal dining room will likely utilize the flex room accordingly, but one recent caller talked about finishing the covered porch as her future formal dining.

With a door to the bathroom, the flex area is a natural secondary suite. But with access from the rear foyer garage entry, that full bath is equally well-suited for washing the dog. Lockers help keep everything in its place and the drop zone eliminates clutter from accumulating on the kitchen island. An avid fan of natural light, windows adorn two sides of the owner’s bedroom as well as the owner’s bathroom. There’s even a window in the walk-in closet, making it easier to discern navy blue from black!

50033 the Crosby
1462 total sq. ft.

Bath lighting. “Elise will go for functionality—easy cleaning of fixtures as well as easy bulb replacement or extra long life bulbs which rarely need replacement.” –Heather Thomas

Garage Doors. “Traditional raised-panel garage doors, perhaps with pretty glass inserts, or the new value-priced Carriage-style doors are fine with Elise.” –Vickie Lents

Closet Storage. “Elise is a fun person to organize, respectful of professional advice. She wants to be educated. An easy person to organize and someone likely to follow through with the organization.” –Amanda LaBlanc

Flooring. “Elise will love SmartStrand carpet, particularly Elises with pets as it has a extensive pet warranty, which many carpets do not.” –Elise Demboski

SmartStrand carpet, courtesy of
Mohawk Flooring.

Traditional bathroom lighting bars courtesy of
Ferguson Bath, Kitchen and Lighting Gallery.

Finally About Me® Resources

Product Resource for this Article

Amarr Garage Doors

Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery

Mohawk® Flooring

TheAmandas.com

Schulte Storage System

Finally About Me® – As the Woman-Centric Matters!® team at Design Basics has identified, women tend to exhibit one of four primary home buyer personalities. And it’s amazing just how much of our core personality is reflected in our homes!

Finally About Me® Quiz – TAKE THE QUIZ! What’s Your New Home Personality? Would you guess that your taste in jewelry, flowers, or travel could also predict your preferences in your home’s design styles and even product choices?

Finally About Me® Profiles – So you are a Maggie or a Claire, or a Margo or Elise. Learn more about your new home personality!

“What’s Your New Home Personality?” Would you guess that your taste in jewelry…flowers…or travel could also predict your preferences in your home’s design, style and even product choices?

“Design reveals Desires” From the myriad choices available, the specific selections you make when you are remodeling or building a new home reveal a lot about you, your values and desires.

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