Wellness Design in the Home: Designing through the influences of Color, Nature, & Coatings Technology (CEU)

Explore the dynamics impacting residential design in the COVID era.

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Home. The definition of what makes a house a home may not have changed, but the disruption caused by the global health crisis has upended how we live in, feel about, and use our homes. As designers, you play a vital role in helping your clients transform underutilized spaces and incorporate colors and materials that help them create a sense of well-being in their homes. 

This course will explore the dynamics impacting residential design in the COVID era, identify the role that paint technologies can play in helping promote better indoor air quality, review how intrinsic color is in the wellness discussion, and identify design elements that harness the power of nature to promote physical and emotional well-being.

Approved for 1 IDCEC CEU

Karen Galvin

Designer Marketing Manager

Sherwin-Williams

Karen is the Southwestern Division Designer Marketing Manager for Sherwin-Williams. Karen is responsible for supporting the residential interior designer market with color and paint specifications as well as ensuring they remain up-to-date with the latest color tools and trends. Karen is on the Sherwin-Williams color forecast team and has been with The Sherwin-Williams Company for 15 years. 

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