About

Carol Ruth Weber has a single mission of dancing people towards results to achieve peace in their surroundings!

Carol Ruth Weber has over 25 years’ experience in writing, communicating, and designing. Her excellent ability to conceptualize detailing allows for Carol to accomplish the job at hand. She has controlled her own businesses, from an auto repair shop to her work in interior design and communications, as well as designing and building for theatrical productions. Carol diligently works as a contributing author and expert for various venues including CBS Local, Coldwell Banker Blue Matter, Examiner, Inquisitr, Digital Journal and Care.com. She can be viewed starring as an expert influencer in several eHow videos, as well as in the San Francisco Chronicle’s SFGate video series: Interior Decorating.

After attaining a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in theater, Carol began her career as a Theatrical Costume and Set Designer. She then used her skills and knowledge to segue deeper within the world of creativity as a writer, communicator, and designer. Carol understands the anxieties of having to get the show ready for opening night and has honed her talents, business knowledge, organizational skills and her view of laughter-as-the-best-medicine into services to assist others.

Carol continuously refines her organizational talents and business knowledge to offer her unique skills to accomplish the communication and design needs of clients. The woman known for her red curly mane, as much as her wisdom, understands the importance of interpreting goals in order to plan, design, and communicate tasks into a finished project. Carol is a personal life designer taken into service by publications, businesses and individuals to assist in attaining the highest of goals.

Carol encourages everyone to take a chance in life and to never be afraid to dance!

Carol can be contacted at weberlifedesign.com

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7 thoughts on “About

  1. Hello
    What is the best to do with wood paneling that is out of date in small
    Basement space?
    Paint different tone from wall cover? Or paint the same as walls?

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