About the author

Jeanette Fisher discovered Design Psychology the hard way. She and her family restored an 1878 Queen Anne Victorian in Florida, which later became the Minute Maid Orange Juice Bed & Breakfast. After tearing out the kitchen, finding frayed extension cords used as wiring, cardboard in place of sheet rock, and totally remodeling the kitchen - it FELT dreadful! Imagine an interior designer choosing all the right details for her own home only to have it turn out wrong!

 

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For the next 15 years, Jeanette researched how our physiological responses to our surroundings shape our emotions. She researched at the University of Florida Architectural Library and obtained further materials on the psychological impact of design from Harvard University Department of Architecture.

 

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Jeanette is the author of  real estate and interior design books and has sold millions of dollars worth of property using Design Psychology.

 

Jeanette studied interior design at Orange Coast College, California and has a Bachelor's degree from Bethune Cookman College, Florida.

 

As a member of the Palatka City Historic Preservation Board for nearly ten years, Jeanette appeared on national television as an historic house expert. She also wrote for local newspapers about remodeling historic homes and spoke to Realtors, Chambers of Commerce, and Florida legislators about the importance of saving old neighborhoods and historic downtowns.

 

Currently, Jeanette teaches interior design college courses and real estate investing seminars. She is a frequent radio guest as an expert in real estate investing and using Design Psychology.

 

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