Dear Diva Readers,
top: 5px; float: left; color: white; background: #781300; border: 1px solid darkkhaki; font-size: 60px; line-height: 50px; padding-top: 1px; padding-right: 5px; font-family: times;”>While the world of antiques, decorating, and interior design can seem all fun and no work, the reality is that in order to be successful in any of these fields, one must have good business sense and operate from a professional mindset; one that allows your inspirations to actually materialize rather than live forever in your head. If there is one designer who knows this and lives it out fully, it’s tobifairley.com” target=”_blank”>Tobi Fairley.
As the master mind behind her aptly named company, Tobi Fairley & Associates, Tobi is far more than a peddler of pillows. Top shelter magazine Traditional Home predicts, “Tobi will be like Cher or Oprah, one of those women for whom one name says it all.” On top of being a successful designer, Tobi offers a comprehensive consulting service providing custom-tailored education, mentoring, and common sense tools to help companies and design firms improve their business.
I had the pleasure of taking Tobi on an antiques buying tour in Italy last month and was impressed by her desire to help other designers succeed and reach their maximum potential. With her award-winning interior design projects being featured on television, blogs, and in several high profile shelter magazines, Tobi now shares her savvy for the business side of her life with clients who want to increase profits and achieve better results in their companies.
I was so thrilled to see Tobi’s designs featured on the April cover of Traditional Home Magazine, along with an extensive spread inside. Her work is also featured in the April issue of Better Homes & Gardens. One thing is for sure, this woman is going places! Be sure tobifairley.com/blog/ ” target=”_blank”>to follow Tobi’s blog for design, business, and life inspiration. And stay tuned because The Antiques Diva & Co did a fabulous photo shoot with Tobi while we were in Italy together…you never know what major publication these photos might show up in!
The Antiques Diva®