What is E-Design?

E-Design allows you to get the benefit of hiring an interior designer to help you with the layout of your space, figuring out your style and sourcing all the furnishings to bring your room to life. It requires you to do the legwork on the implementation side of things once you're armed with a sold design plan. This is all is all done virtually so it works well whether you're local to the Seattle area or anywhere else in the world.
Price: $875 for each full room design.

E-Design Process

Step 1: Questionnaire & Consultation
The first step is for you to tell me all about your space and your style. You'll fill out a questionnaire, send over measurements, photos of your space and inspiration photos or Pinterest boards if you have them. We can talk through your needs via email, phone or video chat to make sure we're on the same page. Once you are ready you'll pay your 50% deposit and I will start designing.
Step 2: Design Boards
Based on your needs and inspiration photos I will put together 2 design boards that are completely different. You will be able to tell me what you like about each of them, what you dislike and what you think is missing. I will make changes and send you the revised version for approval. My #1 priority is for you to love your space so I will do up to 2 rounds of revisions to make sure everything is just right. This process takes 2-4 weeks from start to finish depending on the size of the project and how quickly you make decisions.
Step 3: Final Design & Shopping List
Once you approve the final design board I will put together a shopping list with all the detailed specifications and links for you to purchase. You'll also get a detailed description on executing the design yourself and a floor plan if needed. Your remaining 50% balance will be due at this time and you'll be on your way to a cohesively curated space.

What is included with E-Design?

  • Design Board with two rounds of revisions
  • Shopping List
  • Detailed description & instructions on implementing the design
  • Floor plan, to scale

What is a design board?

You can see all my completed design boards here