A big thank you to Dezignable for sponsoring this post. All opinions and love of home decor are entirely my own.
Most of you know I’ve been in the process of decorating my home for quite a while now. I’ve struggled to figure out what my personal style is, and even when I think I have it figured out it’s still hard for me to translate those ideas into reality.
In the midst of searching for home decorating ideas, I came across Dezignable, and after talking with one of the founders, Marty, I knew this was something I wanted to share with you.
Dezignable is a start-up design company that’s changing the way people design and remodel their homes. They offer fixed price design services that gives you three design concepts for the price of one. So what exactly does that mean? Let me break it down for you.
Let’s say you’re in the process of designing or redecorating your kitchen. You simply upload a photo of your kitchen along with details like room dimensions and budget. Add a couple photos of decor you love to give the designers a sense of your style. Submit your project, and three different professional designers will come up with a custom design for your space. You get to choose your favorite of the three and that designer will work with you to create the final floor plan and a detailed shopping list.
How simple is that?! You get professional design plans from three separate designers and you don’t even have to leave your couch.
Here’s a few examples of real concept boards from Dezignable designers, just to give you a feel for the process. One thing I love about the concept boards is the ability to see all the design elements together. I have trouble putting individual pieces together as a cohesive look and this is one area where the professional designers shine.
So let’s talk cost. You can check out details on exactly what each package includes here, but basically it’s $299 for one room, $699 for two rooms, or $1249 for four rooms. Plus if you’re not completely satisfied, they have a 100% money back guarantee.
I haven’t submitted a room project to Dezignable yet but I’m seriously thinking about getting help with my family room. It’s big, it’s tan, and it has a giant wall with nothing hanging on it but a television. We’ve lived in this house for nearly 5 years and I’m still at a loss with this room. I’ll definitely share it with you guys if I decide to get design help with it.
In the meantime, I’m curious if you’ve ever used a professional designer, and what your thoughts are on using an online service like Dezignable. Is there a room in your home that could use some help?
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