the voice of gw hardin
Transforming a home’s interior can be a fairly simple task if one has a keen eye for artistry or access to a design professional. Last year in particular, homeowners took an interest in editing their homes to accommodate at-home work and schooling. However, with more time spent indoors, homeowners are becoming more attuned to an invisible factor affecting their environment: the energy makeup that defines the way their surroundings feel.
The energy of a home is a shared human experience — for example, how a home feels during and after times of great happiness or loss. While redesigning a home can be an easily attainable endeavor, transforming a home’s energy is a lot more complex, and there are far fewer professionals with the ability to make it happen. That’s where specialists like GW Hardin come in.
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