Jeannie Beal Marini brings 40 years as an independent interior designer in Houston, New Orleans, and Scottsdale to her portfolio. Her teaching, workshops and seminars about My Design Zone reached more than 4000, many of whom asked, "Is there a book about this?" Yes, now there is. Jeannie has a passion to strengthen others creative ability, those who want to learn how to create beauty and harmony in their homes. She has taught interior design classes at Phoenix, Mesa and Scottsdale Community Colleges. Retiring from ASID and IFDA and full-service practice, Jeannie has been a consultant to other designers, as she dedicated herself to writing. Her latest and most exciting venture is the launch of her InDeZo iPad app; an i-Phone version is soon to be launched. Invented for anyone who has ever wanted to create their own interiors, the InDeZo app is the first and only app on the market to help DIY's, design-challenged, and home decor enthusiasts discover their own unique interior design style. Certified by the New York School of Interior Design, Marini's creative and innovative vision for the InDeZo app has opened doors for everyone to share in her signature design program, My Design Zone. Marini is also an author and has written a companion book to the InDeZo app, INDEZO: THE NEW LANGUAGE OF INTERIOR DESIGN, in which she guides readers, step-by-step, in creating their personalized design styles and vision for their homes. She has also published in Sources & Design Magazine, The Houston Post, American Homestyle Magazine, and Sources + Design and Tribune newspapers. Jeannie Beal Marini's love of interior design, coupled with her near telepathic empathy for her clients has made her an innovator in a highly visible field; she brings her intuitive, personalized, and proven interior design program to everyone via the new InDeZo app. http: //indezo.biz Paige Holland, Jeannie Marini's daughter, has practiced decorative painting, murals and fine art for over 28 years. She is represented by Parchmann Stremmel Gallery. She received her undergraduate degree from Baylor University. In addition, she trained at the Ina Marx Brusseau Finishing School in New York, and apprenticed at Decorative Arts, Inc. under Bea Morrow in Houston, Texas. She has worked with clients throughout the Southwest. Paige is editor of the book InDeZo, collaborating with her mother Jeannie, and serves as creative director for InDeZo.