Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – The difference between a house and a haven is the difference between “home sweet home” and simply a place to live.

Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – The difference between a house and a haven is the difference between “home sweet home” and simply a place to live. To help more people create happy homes that promote joy, comfort and even better health, celebrity interior designer Kelli Ellis recently penned “Do I look skinny in this house?: How to feel great in your home using Design Psychology.” All orders placed on Amazon through April 8, when the book will first available, will also receive “How to Choose the Perfect Color Palette” from Emmy Award-winning colorist Amy Wax of Color 911.

Design Psychology focuses on being intentional in the creation of any space using simple and effective design principles. To that end, “Do I look skinny in this house?” is really about “Do I feel great in this house?”

"Turning your house into a haven is something that we obviously care about. We have entire TV channels and we have entire stores that are to making homes beautiful,” Ellis said. “All of us want to come home and we want to feel great, comfortable and productive in our homes. We really ask our homes to be everything to us. And this book can help you do just that.”

The book explains the key principles of function, flow and feel as well as tips for turning homes into havens. Other chapters on color therapy, light therapy, the importance of scent, quick fix tips, budgeting, trends and bringing the natural world inside are all to help readers design intentionally and create their ultimate spaces, whether for work or for pleasure. Ellis also authored the Design Psychology Coach Certification program that is available through the Spencer Institute at http://spencerinstitute.com/design-psychology-coach-certification/, which inspired her to write “Do I look skinny in this house?”

Based in Las Vegas, NV, Ellis works in the fields of interior design, speaking, education and brand ambassador.  With serenity, comfort and style driving her interior design business, Kelli Ellis Interiors, Inc. is top-rated. As co-creator of Design Camp, Ellis brings cutting edge interior design business tactics to Interior designers across the country.

About Kelli Ellis
Award-winning celebrity interior designer, certified design psychology coach, and Design Camp creator, Kelli Ellis leads the charge at Kelli Ellis Interiors, Inc. She is the featured designer on TLC’s “Clean Sweep,” HGTV’s “Takeover My Makeover” and Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Orange County,” She is the resident design expert for eHow.com and spokesperson for the Society of American Florists. For more information on Ellis or “Do I look skinny in this house?”, please visit http://www.doilookskinnyinthishouse.com/. Kelli’s site is http://www.kelliellis.com.