What is The Living Room Kit?

The Living Room Kit is a Photoshop template meant to speed up your style board workflow by spending less time on building rooms in photoshop and more time on designing them.   See a demo of the kit and read more about it here 

Questions about The Living Room Kit itself

Question: Will the Living Room Design Kit work with the Photoshop Elements app?

No, the PS Elements app does not have the capacity to contain all the options available in The Living Room Kit. Photoshop elements is an APP, lightweight, meant for simple prebuilt photograph adjustments and color filters. Photoshop C.C. is meant for high detail work and customization. I’d recommend trying Photoshop CC for free 30-day trial. And the Kit has a money back guarantee just in case things don’t work out.

FYI After the 7-day trial, Adobe has a bundle offer that offers Photoshop CC and Lightroom at about $10 a month. And we have tutorials to teach you how to use the Photoshop specific to Interior Design.
Check out Adobe’s Photography Package here

Will The Living Room Design Kit work with Photoshop  CC 2015.5 ?

Yes, it work’s with the latest version of Photoshop. The kit has been tested and approved on Photoshop Cs6 up to the latest version of Photoshop.

Is The Living Room Kit a CD or something that you download?

It’s a downloadable template to be used in Photoshop. To see a demo of how it works check out the kit here 

General Questions

Do you offer personal coaching?

Yes, you can schedule one-on-one online screen sharing session with me here


Am I too old to start learning Photoshop?

Absolutely not. Many designers began using one software and shifted into a new one much later in life.

How do I get a job as a Designer?

From my experience, the most important thing is your portfolio. If you can show that you can do the work that a client needs, they will probably give you an interview. Where you went to school is much less important than your portfolio and your personality.

Still have questions?

Feel free to send me an email. Remember that I’m reading each email personally, so please keep them concise and on-topic. Thanks!

Brian Lee
brian@thedesigncure dot com