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Award winning Author, Renowned Intuitive, Wisdom Teacher, Intuitive Interior Decorator, Podcaster and Lifestyle Expert, Kala helps Entrepreneurs, Wisdom Seekers and Visionaries live their best life.
Kala Ambrose is considered one of the country's foremost experts on mystic spirituality and intuitive ability. She has taught thousands around the world how to create a life through conscious intuitive awareness that is in tune with their life purpose and goals. She believes that to Explore Your Spirit, TM there are Many Paths, One Destination. With this mind, she offers a variety of options here for you to explore including: her Academy of Mystical Arts & Spiritual Sciences TM with online courses, private readings and entrepreneurial coaching, intuitive interior decorator services and her books and HER BLOG to provide you  metaphysical, psychic and spiritual information. 
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Carolina Coastal Decor in the City

 

Welcome back to a peek into the rooms that I'm decorating for my clients.   My work as an Interior Designer is a bit different as it's completely unique in being tailored to you as I use my psychic intuitive abilities to tune into what design works best for you!

This is because I'm an Intuitive Interior Decorator. This means that I see the energy field known as the aura around people, places and nature and I psychically see the colors, style and energy that will work best in your home.

My intuitive interior designs are truly bespoke, renowned for capturing the spirit of both the room and your personal style. I intuitively tap into the energy of the home and read the aura of you, your partner, your children and other family members in order to create sacred space, using distinctive color and energy flow designs for each room that reflect your heart and soul in a personal and empowering manner.

Because of my intuitive abilities to see who you are at a soul level, I...

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Decluttering - Start with the Closet

Having a home that is uniquely decorated for you and who you are at the mind body spirit level brings a whole new level of what interior décor can do for each of us. Home is our sacred space. It is our sanctuary, and it should reflect how we think and feel and love. 

The intention of interior design is to bring harmony between people and their homes. In traditional feng shui, one of the most important "cures" (a correction to adjust the energy in a space) is to restore order by the removal of clutter and negative energy from the home. This allows positive energy (chi) to circulate fully throughout the room.

By removing overwhelming stimuli (clutter) a more peaceful environment is created. Removing clutter is very beneficial, but that's just the first step of the process.

Maybe you're not ready to redecorate your home on a big scale, but you can start with one room or closet that will make a big difference. An easy way to do this is to declutter! If you have a walk in...

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Tell Your Chakras and Your Home it's Time to Party Palm Beach Style this Summer

Summer is almost here and it's time to welcome the season in a big way with splashes of color! When I say splashes, I really mean lots and lots of color!

As a person who sees auras, I recognize how important color is in our life, in what we wear, in our home decor and around us throughout the day.  In my work as an Intuitive Interior Designer, I work with each client to bring color into their home to make it a happy and welcoming environment.

How important is color? Let's talk about the ancient practice of Chromotherapy.

Many ancient cultures including the Egyptians practiced Chromotherapy, which is also referred to as light therapy or colorology.  Chromotherapy is based on using color to adjust the energy level and vibrational frequency in the body to help with wellness and balance. 

We are essentially bodies of light and the light in the aura can be viewed through the prism of seven colors (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet), what we call in the...

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From a Sad Yellow to a Fresh Hello Gorgeous!

We all have that one room in our home that we wish could be different. Maybe the room is too small, too dark, too something that's just not right.  In my current home, it's the guest bathroom. It's small and shaped at an odd angle. You can get in there to do what you need to do, but there's nothing fun or relaxing about it.

There's not much that can be done with this space, it's squeezed into an area where there's no room to expand the walls ,so there are serious limits to what can be done.

The most apparent problem in this space is what greets you when you walk into it, which is the very old, outdated wallpaper.  You know it's old when you see it, for several reasons, first, wallpaper has been out of style for over two decades and is only making a comeback now and second, it has the trademarked look of 90's wallpaper, which means, it's not just wallpaper, it also has a wallpaper border on top of the wallpaper.

Let's take a look at the bathroom: (Before)

Sometimes you get...

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Coastal Fall in Greens and Blue Hues

Living on the coast, one can't help but to embrace the seaside vibe and this spills into the decor. It can be challenging to create a traditional Fall feel when the evergreen trees and palms sway in the breeze year long.

What's one to do? Embrace the look and make it your own. Blend touches of the season into the coastal decor, creating an authentic look that connects with your natural surroundings.

I've done this several times while living at different locations on the coast.

A couple of years ago I was fascinated with the hand painted pumpkins done by local artists along with the wide variety of pumpkin colors, shapes and sizes, so I create my own pumpkin patch here on my coffee table:

I began with traditional pumpkin colors, exploring the various hues of orange and shapes and sizes. Put some of the smaller ones on pedestals created a sense of drama.

Next I added the coastal hand painted pumpkins I've collected with starfish, octopus and other designs. Touches of silver and gold...

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Orange and Black Make the Most of Halloween Decor

The tour continues in my new Coastal Fall style home. Next up, it's time to bring some bursts of orange and black in several space to create that spooky and fun vibe!

I love working with gold and this table in my dining room is the perfect place to add some orange to work with the gold lamp and legs on this side table. Bright pillows, colorful acorns and a whimsical sign set the mood.

Not all decor has to be on a grand scale. I grouped these items (cauldron to hold candy, house rules sign, a bottle to create some love potion and a moody blue pumpkin) to put on a countertop in my kitchen and voila, we're in the Halloween mood!

I'll feature the "how to" in another blog, as I painted this red chest that came with me from the mountains, to this flat black using chalk paint. I changed the handles to new chunky gold ones and it's a completely new piece. It looks great in my office next to my white storage cabinets.  I've added my palmistry hand in the corner and a fun group of...

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Halloween at Home - Make the Most of What You Have

This Halloween feels a bit different for many of us as parties and trick or treating are off limits this year due to Covid.  It doesn't mean though that you can't bring the Spirit of Halloween into your home through your décor. In fact, it's probably even more special this year to celebrate with your family and to create this special feeling in each room.

I've been doing just this in my new home, as I've moved from the mountains back to the coast. This year I’m giving Halloween a bit of a Coastal Fall look, using some items I brought with me and introducing some new bits and pieces to represent Halloween and Fall 2020 style. Let's take a quick tour, beginning here with items I brought with me that worked well in a home in the mountains and how they can convert and work in a coastal home.

My fireplace mantel has moved with me from the mountains and now works great in my new kitchen area. It's a wonderful area to decorate for the holidays. In my condo in the...

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