ST. PETERSBURG, FL – October 14, 2014 – With the ever-increasing trend by American consumers toward doing more of their own home improvements/renovations, or taking a greater role in supervising professionals they hire for such work, Veteran Interior Design Expert Judy Bistany has published an e-book, “The Little Book of Big Things to Always Consider In Interior Design …Getting It Right The First Time and Every Time.” The focus of the book, according to Author Judy Bistany, goes beyond the basics and instead addresses the heart of good interior design. “I have not written a how-to-book of some chosen specifics. Instead this book is about empowering your abilities with a thought process that works each and every time with enduring results that just keep getting better. Its function is to serve as good advice for ‘do-it-yourselfers’ or what to know if you work with a designer.”
Elaborating further, she noted, “The market is overstocked with literature about interior design. It is on TV, in the media as a specialty topic and we can’t get enough of it. But the one thing that has not been done is an all-you-need-to-know handbook of how to get it right the first time and every time. This is that handbook.”
Author Judy Bistany’s formula for how “to get it right the first time and every time” is based on her “Ten Simple Rules for Interior Design,” which has been her mantra for helping clients since getting into the business nearly 40 years ago.
“The Little Book of Big Things to Always Consider In Interior Design …Getting It Right The First Time and Every Time” is now available on several different book-selling sites, including Amazon,
About the Author
Since 1975 Judy Bistany has been giving professional advice to clients from Florida to New York City and many places in between. Her projects have included first and second homes, executive offices and restaurants. To inspire creativity in us all and with the aid of some very basic techniques, in 1993 she began teaching classes. Those classes along with her know-how, experience and her creation of the “Ten Simple Rules for Interior Design” were the basis for her new e-book. Judy is the owner of Judy Bistany Interior Design founded in 1975 in Charlotte, North Carolina.