Diane has an intuitive color sense, an artist’s viewpoint, and is grounded in the elements of interior design. She attended art school, but took a detour and ended up as a social worker. She now combines her artistic perspective with her knowledge of peoples’ needs. Diane brings together aspects of art, design, Feng Shui, color psychology, and environmental psychology. She helps her clients create warm and wonderful living spaces that look good, and make people feel happy.
Diane enjoys decorating her home, and creating beautiful gardens. She is a perpetual student, and is often found reading shelter magazines and interior design books, or checking out color and design blogs. Diane lives with her family in Olathe, Kansas.
Color Sense was mentioned in the “What’s New” section in the JAN/FEB 2011 issue of Kansas City Homes & Gardens (KCH&G) magazine:
Suffering from paint analysis paralysis? Diane Stewart, owner of Color Sense, can help with your color dilemma. An artistic child who grew up to become a social worker, Stewart intertwined her two skill sets. “I understood early on that I could “self-medicate” with color and adjust my moods accordingly,” she says. “More than three decades and tons of research later, I know a lot about the benefits of colorful, healing spaces.”
After researching and working with an advisor from the Kansas Small Business Development Center at JCCC, Stewart launched her own business in August 2010, specializing in interior and exterior paint color consultation. “All my knowledge of art, color, design, healing, nature, Feng Shui, and peoples’ emotional and spiritual needs go into my process,” she says. 913.284.6621 or colorsenseconsulting.com