Frequently Asked Questions….
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Interior Design Services
Do you have a space that’s perplexing you? Let’s setup a 30– or 60–minute video chat to toss around ideas or simply rearrange what you already have. Sometimes all you need is a few tweaks for a fresh start. More info here.
Oh heck yeah! Virtually, that is. 💁🏻♀️ I have a wide array of personalized and affordable virtual design services available. Read more about my services here.
It takes approximately three to four weeks to complete your comprehensive Design Schematic.
This includes one unique design concept, a vision board, furniture layout(s) and a succinct shopping list brimming with detailed designer’s notes in order for you to implement my design with confidence in your soon-to-be transformed space.
E-Decor: Kitchen + Bath is a product I created to capture the varied design needs for the heart of every home—the kitchen—and the peaceful refuge—the bath!
Kitchens and baths require much more planning than a basic dwelling (living room, office, etc.) and this service is designed to capture every nook and cranny of your unique space.
Suggested materials may include, but are not limited to (vanity) cabinet door style and color, hardware, countertop, backsplash, varied tile pairings and grout, appliances, flooring and more.
E-Decor projects come with three consecutive days of email support starting the day after delivery. During your three days of design support, you can email me to ask questions on bringing the design plan to life or to get clarification on any of the items chosen.
E-Decor does not include revisions. However, if you’re not totally loving something or would like to see alternate options, you can add on an in-depth revision package which includes up to eight (8) alternate product suggestions, a revised vision board and shopping list and I’ll get started on finding new pieces for you right away.
Nope! I’ll give you all the details you need to place the order as your schedule and budget allow. BONUS: YOU get the credit card points or cash back bonuses. 😎
If you love something, I suggest you order it quickly!
I can’t guarantee stock of any retail or vintage items I source for your project. On the flip side, your shopping list will have all the measurements and specifications so you’ll know exactly how to find something that works with your design plan.
Great question! A lot of furnishings and accessories come from my favorite online retailers (Etsy, CB2, West Elm, etc.), but truly I’m a tenacious thrifter at heart.
If you’re seeking a unique and striking piece for your home, I’ll scour my thrifty sources to discover precisely what you’re looking for, even if you’re not 100% sure. I don’t disappoint.
Yes, of course! This happens quite often. I’d love nothing more than to design with heirlooms or statement pieces in mind. They bring in character, history and truly reflect your personality in any given space.
With E-Decor, my Design Schematic is not only designed to provide direct, actionable suggestions for your space, it’s a blueprint to install total confidence and really help you see how to take your space to the next level.
The best part: you’re fully in charge of making purchases whenever you (and your wallet) are ready to. Seeking secondhand is always recommended to help cut down on costs. Have a look at my guide on my five favorite places to source thrift finds online.
Abso-toota-lootly! Paint is typically the biggest game-changer and the best bang for your buck. So, bet your bottom dollar I’ll be telling you what paint color to use.
DIY, Thrifting & Errrythang Else!
All over the place! Marketplace, online auction houses, estates sales, thrift shops, you name it. Read a breakdown of my top five sources here.
All colors are Benjamin Moore:
Kitchen Cabinets: Forest Green
Home Office: Hunter Green
Kitchen + Living Room: Super White
Dining Room: Decorator’s White
Master Bedroom: Crushed Velvet
Guest Room: Amazon Soil
Well, you can put a sticker on it! A tile decal—or tattoo—if you will. Check out my DIY fireplace makeover that cost under $55!
Honestly, I have no idea! My grandfather was a carpenter (he passed before I was born) and I fancy likening it to that. Read my detailed article about how you can teach yourself to build anything here.
Yeah, ya can! You just need the right tools. I’ve done it twice; once on the backsplash in the kitchen and once on the highly-trafficked floor of our main bath. Works like a charm.
Not at this time—thanks for your interest!