Accessible, practical, and possible, Christine Eisner's Comfort Living offers wisdom and inspiration for us all. Dispensed in a step-by-step format, her inquiries and exercises really make us think about the everyday elements of how and where we live, and how easy it can be to transform our homes – and our lives – for the better.
— Frances Schultz, Contributing Editor for House Beautiful magazine, former co-host of "Southern Living Presents" and author of Atlanta at Table and Atlanta at Home
Keynotes, Corporate Meetings & Break-Out Sessions, Spouse Programs, Group Workshops & Private Consultations
Christine consults with individuals or organizations and offers presentations, workshops and seminars.
Formerly the public relations director for Polo/Ralph Lauren and a presence in the design community for 30 years, Christine has shared her unique creative vision with thousands of people of all ages and stages of life through private consultation, in talks and through her critically-acclaimed book, Comfort Living: A Back-to-Basics Guide to a More Balanced Lifestyle. In all her work, Christine introduces a totally new approach to quality of life and shows that living well doesnâ€™t have to be complicated, overwhelming â€“ or expensive. Simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication!
In 2002 she coined the phrase Lifestyle Design. Since then, she he has put her practical tools and cut-to-the-chase advice to work for singles, newlyweds, long-time-marrieds, families, newly-singles and empty-nesters. With her easygoing style and blue chip credentials, Christine has developed a new approach for talking about and creating lifestyles that make sense in todayâ€™s world.
From a Client:
â€śWorking with Christine and reading her book were revelations. She didnâ€™t tell me how to do things and impose her design aesthetic. Instead, she offered a whole new way to think about our surroundings. We now have more life and tranquility in our home. My den, which I never liked being in, is now my favorite room. It is full of light and color. Our only purchase was a bird feeder that hangs outside a window that was used to be covered by shutters. The shutters are open, the views are lovely, and I feel so lucky to have found Christine.â€ť