Explore the power of color and how to use it in your home to improve your environment and your life by attending a free program at on September 12 at 7:00 p.m.
Topics include color theory, color psychology, how businesses use color to influence behavior, and how to combine this information to select the best colors for your personality in your home.
A well-designed home is more than merely beautiful – it impacts every part of your daily life, including your health and well-being.
Jeanette Chasworth has been an interior designer in the San Gabriel Valley for 16 years. She is president of the Pasadena chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), and is a fully certified interior designer both by ASID and CID. She has taught interior design at Citrus College, Mount San Antonio College, and UC Riverside.
Jeanette speaks to people who love their homes and seek to improve their homes and their lives. Her program is recommended for those interested in interior design trends, psychology, art and the healing arts. She has spoken for an array of diverse audiences including professional and student designers (FIDM, ASID Northern California chapter), community organizations such as the South Pasadena Kiwanis and Pasadena Women's City Club, and has prepared special programs in color for Draper’s and Damon's, as well as several internet radio shows.
The Crowell Library is located at 1890 Huntington Drive in San Marino.