Tobi Fairley, in partnership with education network creativeLIVE and House Beautiful, will offer a series of online workshops for design enthusiasts beginning this month.
The first course will be “Using Color in Home Design,” a three-day program, in which Fairley will cover everything from how to pick the perfect color for any room and the psychology of color to how to turn your home into a space that reflects your unique style. She will also discuss the latest design trends and offer advice on how to freshen any room in your home.
“We are thrilled to partner with Tobi Fairley and creativeLIVE for what promises to be an engaging, informative and fun design workshop,” said Hearst Design Group editorial director Newell Turner. “At House Beautiful we believe that everyone has a beautiful house in them, and with this workshop, people can log-on from anywhere and learn from one of the best talents in design.”
“With my long-time experience in design industry education, I'm thrilled that [Hearst Design Group is] working with creativeLIVE to bring these design-focused courses to the magazine's audience. I've always admired House Beautiful and Newell Turner for their progressive thinking, and they continue to push the envelope in the design industry," said Fairley.
“Using Color in Home Design” will be free to watch to anyone around the world while it is broadcast live on October 25, 26 and 27. Viewers will be able to ask questions in creativeLIVE’s chat rooms, as well as through creativeLIVE’s Facebook page and on Twitter. The workshop can also be purchased for on-demand access for $99 until October 31, after which it will be available in creativeLIVE’s catalog for $149.
Additional workshops will be announced in the coming months.
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