The Paint Diva of New Jersey
Design Inspiration and Visual Assistance!
Decorating help to make the average home look like a million
Who is the Paint
Diva of New Jersey?
Decorating, Staging and Color Consultant in
Northern New Jersey. She works independently, and 4 days at week
as the In-House Designer and Color Consultant, atMcGrath's
Paint and Hardware at 28 South St. in New
Providence, NJ, selling Benjamin Moore paint.
Cindy works as the
in-house decorator andColor
at McGrath's and also independently for clients in their homes.
She primarily picks paint colors, helping homeowners that are
painting the interior or exterior of their homes, sprucing up or
renovating. The majority of people in middle class America are
not millionaires, but plenty of people need a little help
decorating their home. They'd love to get some help and
suggestions from an Interior Designer, but can't afford their
service. The Paint Diva helps everyday homeowners make their
homes look like a million bucks! She comes in and gives tips and
suggestions to give direction, guidance and help the homeowners
do it themselves.
As a Staging Consultant,
she also helps homeowners and realtors who are selling their
homes to quickly and cheaply spruce up their homes to sell,
offering low budget solutions to give the home a look that will
appeal to buyers.
she also helps new home buyers choose paint colors, decide where
to hang pictures and use what they have to pull together their
new home. Sometimes people need help accessorizing their homes
and Cindy will rearrange bookshelves, find hidden treasures in
the cabinets and place them on the mantel, or move pictures
around. Sometimes people can’t decide what kind of backsplash
tile they should choose or which color stain to choose for their
floors and just need a second opinion. If people need more
assistance, she does sell Hunter Douglas
through McGrath's, and has people who do window treatments,
carpentry etc. But she very rarely stays on the job for more
than a couple hours. Basically she gently guides homeowners to
do it themselves, but gives them the confidence to move forward.