Today on the show, Laura welcomes artist and interior designer, Brittany Lyons. From color palette recommendations to bed linen types, Brittany focuses on curating a space that nurtures relaxation through peaceful, functional design.
This fun conversation is a bit different from the leadership content you’re used to hearing. However, it contains great actionable steps to help you bring peace and calm into your work and home spaces.

Throughout this episode, Laura and Brittany discuss how keeping boundaries and being aligned with our values are closely related to our physical surroundings as these can serve as a trigger for intentional peace and rest. Brittany also shares her opinion on whether it is recommended to have a TV in your room, the importance of having not only designated spaces but days to recharge and practice self-care, and much more!

Thank you for tuning in! If you haven’t listened to episode 9 where Laura talks about your most valuable partnerships, then go back and check it out!

In this episode, we cover:
-Brittany’s design philosophy around experiencing self-care.
-Tips to make your bedroom more peaceful.
-Common misconceptions about working with an interior designer.
-How the pandemic has changed the way we see and use our homes.
-Creating a designated workspace and why your brain needs it.

Resources and links mentioned during this episode:
-Visit Brittany’s website and connect with her on Instagram @brittanylyonsart. You may also find her on Pinterest, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Youtube.
-Join the You Belong in The C-Suite coaching program to gain clarity on your values, create and stick to boundaries to live the life you want! Learn more HERE!
-Find your Free Values Worksheet HERE.

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More about Brittany:

Brittany Lyons is the owner, and lead designer, of Brittany Lyons Art and Interiors, LLC. Her boutique firm is based in Dallas, TX, but operates beyond the Texas borders. The main goal of her firm is to help clients experience self-care through peaceful, functional design. She has been designing since January 2015. Brittany loves to paint abstract canvas pieces when her schedule permits. She has been married to her husband, Karlos Lyons (therapist at Lifeologie Oak Cliff) for almost eight years.

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