Monday, March 9, 2009

Design consultations

I am making a few changes around here at My Sweet Savannah. I am now offering design consultations over the Internet! This is something I have been doing for a while now, now I am just making it more official! Here is how it works:
Pricing: $75.00 per room
Premium Room Makeover: you send me photos of your room you need help with along with any info. that may be helpful to me. IE: your style, color preferences, etc. If you don't know, that's OK, that is why I am here!
Includes: A complete room makeover on your budget. I will recommend paint colors, furniture layout options, where to buy accessories, furniture, lighting, etc. I will guide you to creating the room you love and one that will have everyone oohing and awing! I will give you paint techniques, and all the how to's on just about everything!
Pricing: $25.00-how to
do you need to know how to distress furniture to give it a vintage look? Do you need to know how to paint cabinets, repair cracks in wood floors? Do you want to know how to paint wording on a wall? Email me with your questions and I'd be happy to help!
All consultations can be paid for with paypal in advance. I will get back to you in a very timely matter!
Thank you all for this wonderful opportunity!

79 comments:

blondiensc said...

Good Luck!! :)

allison said...

are you seriously going to charge someone $8 to ask a question like what color paint you used? that is so totally ridiculous!! you should be flattered that people like your taste and just offer up that information.

Sarah said...

i have to agree with allison. i can understand charging for consulting, but just to say what color you room is?! would you charge for an autograph when you're famous?

Tara H. Lowry said...
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jaime said...

I love love love your blog and feel a little guilty that I have attempted some of your free ideas. So I definetly think you should be paid for your talent! I am really considering your room makeover!! Good luck!!

Donna said...

To me $8 is nothing for some good advice - I have spent hundreds of dollars on mistakes that I have made. Your advice and your taste is always great, so for me to pay you $8 (we are not talking $100) is well worth it!!! I am glad that I found you - I admire your home and your style, so I personally am thankful that you are offering this service!!!

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Stacy Jacob said...

OK, let me tell everyone that Melaine has completed Decorating Consultations on 5 rooms in my home SO FAR. And, I will gladly keep paying fees to her when I am ready to do the rest of my house. She has been wonderful. She has spent SO MUCH time helping me with each decision, teaching me how to do some handy work to my rooms, giving me ideas I would have never dreamed of...
I am glad she will is charging for her help & advice. She should be able to earn some money for all of her efforts, hardwork and knowledge. I know I certainly don't work for free. I am sure it costs her a lot of time to get back to everyone with their questions. I bet she has made plenty of "design mistakes or missteps" along the way too, that have cost her. This is great way for you to not have to spend the money or time on the wrong paint color, the wrong distressing technique, and it is so much cheaper than hiring a decorator.
If you are considering hiring Melaine for consulting services, I can tell you to "Go FOR IT". The rooms in my home she has helped me with look amazing. I have gotten compliments from every single person who has walked thru my door...even a delivery guy! I have wasted so much money in the past on buying the wrong things for my home, I feel a lot more confident now that Melaine has put me on a good style path and helped me find a good direction to go in for future purchases.

So, good for you, Melaine. I hope you find a way to earn what you are worth. I know I will certainly be back for more consultations, questions, how to's, etc... And, I appreciate every minute you have spent helping me on my projects.

Thank you so much!
-Stacy

HeartSmiles said...

You want to charge $25 for a "know how"?? Anyone who has a computer can use Google...for FREE! So I guess you need to be charged next time your looking for opinions on a rug for your dining room.

Tammie said...

Oh my, my!!! Sounds like a bunch of jealous, unhappy people out there! I enjoy your blog and love your ideas but most of all your spunk! So a stay at home mom with a lot of talent wants to try to make a little money doing what she loves...and people are freaking out? I spent $25 for 2 at lunch last week and it was the worst meal ever. I would have much rather had a design consultation!!! I have hired decorators and believe me it was way more than $75!! By the way, I have "googled" several design questions and the answers were vague and not what I needed.
Go Melaine and good luck!!

The Tiny Homestead said...

good for you! being paid for something you love doing is a great achievement in life, and certainly nothing to be ashamed of. It took some courage for you to step out and make this post, I'm sure.

Personally DIY and research come easily to me, so I won't be asking your help, but I don't have the decorating gene so when it comes to making a room into a "wow" I think that would be money well spent.

Amy said...

I think you are very talented and you should be compensated for your service. Great idea and I'll be using your service in the future.
~amy

Sarah said...

I think comments are being misunderstood since the 3rd service has since been removed from the original post.

I commented on that one thing. I think she should charge for her consulting, etc. More power to her!! It was the 3rd item that was a little silly, in my honest opinion.

Harvill said...

Personally, I think anyone who has hired a decorator knows that $75 is a steal for a complete room makeover. Good for you. I would love to see pics of Stacy's home, and what you did, recommended.

Tricialynn said...

you know - i work for a law firm -- people call all the time and ask "i have a legal question."

people need to understand that often times all you really do have to sell is your knowledge or your talent and when you expect to be able to ask a question for free of a person for their knowledge or talent (legal or consultation on paint choice or techinque) it is all still what you are selling -- YOUR knowledge, which is all you have to sell.

you can't expect to not charge for what you have developed as your expertise to feed and care for your family because someone else finds "a paint choice" perhaps "totally ridiculous."

what we spend on our money on is all a personal choice and never totally ridiculous however you decide to do it.

Melanie deserves and is entitled to charge what she feels is warranted for her knowledge -- it is what she is "selling." it is your choice if you decide to buy or not.

alli said...

nobody said there was a problem charging for consulting. all these comments have gone way off track. it was the charge for asking a question that seemed silly. you wouldn't be posting your photos if you didn't want people to get ideas and ask questions. maybe you could post paint colors, etc. in a caption under the photo so you don't have to answer the question more than once. or maybe advise that you're not giving that information. we don't ask to get paid by you when you want our opinion on something. we love your site or we wouldn't be looking so keep up the good work. some of us show our appreciation for your time by purchasing from your etsy shop.

tricialynn...there was no need to try and go all legal on us!

Chris said...

Wow that got a little vicious . I think maybe I should charge more ,I sell up to three rooms for $75.00 , but I am just happy to be doing consults from home .

Sarah said...

$75 is fabulous for a consult. Go, Melaine! She SHOULD charge for her knowledge and know-how.

It was the third thing that was $8 for her to type the word "Target" (or whatever) when someone asks "where did you buy that groovy lamp?"
That's what everyone is saying was ridiculous.

Let's calm down here, ladies!

susannah in iowa said...

I say go for it girl!!! I will be signing up for a room consultation with you. I have admired your style and created a blog so I could comment on your wonderful style. I admire that you are a stay at home mom who has found a way, in this economy, to have a home business.
I think you will do well.

barbj said...

So funny....just the other day I was working on a room in my house and hit a snag...the thought crossed my mind "what would Melaine do?", I thought, I should email her and ask her advice, then I thought...."No, she probably gets bombarded with questions and people asking for her advice..."I don't want to be a pest. I'll be the first to admit that I have unashamedly used ideas that have been shared with us on this blog and would be happy to pay someone with as much talent and vision as Melaine to help me make my home beautiful. Good luck to you Melaine, this is definately your calling and I'm sure you will be hugely succesful. Thank you for continuing to share with us all of the photos of beautiful homes, rooms, accessories etc. and for sharing with us stories about your life and family. It is all very entertaining and refreshing.

Zanne said...

Melaine charging a small fee is no different than buying a magazine that had a great idea on the cover, except that with Melaine's help you are not stuck looking at a pretty picture wondering to yourself how'd they do that??
Melaine has creative and refreshing ideas & is offering a service to help people achieve what they dream their home can be. Don't be a hater.

Stacey Merriman said...

Hello,

I was wondering about contact info for you. My husband and I are in the process of purchasing our first home. I am interested in your design services. I look forward to hearing from you.

Thanks so much,

Stacey

hallergal said...

I would also like to know how to contact you for design help.
Sandie

Kristi L. said...

Oh wow...I just got through reading all of these comments. It's unbelievable to me that people get so bent out of shape over these things.

I also charge to answer questions. Why? Because before I started charging, I was getting as many as 40+ design/decorating questions each week. That, in addition to my regular interior decorating business, running a website, writing a daily blog, etc., just go to be too much. I try to offer as much free info as I can through my website, but all of the requests for personalized help was overwhelming. So...now I charge. It's an incredibly reasonable fee when you consider that a one-hour consult with a decorator will cost you anywhere between $45 and $200, depending on where you live.

Also, $75 for a room design?? That's a steal!! Betsy Burnham charges up to $1495 PER ROOM for a similar service.

I say good for you! I wish you all of the success in the world. People who complain about such minimal fees aren't the type you'd want as clients anyway.

The Ratpack said...

Can you post pictures of your consultation's before and afters? I'm really interested!

Remodeling Guy said...

What an interesting read! All these comments are so varied in their outlook and opinion. It's like market research!

I'm considering offering an architectural/construction version of what you're doing and charging for it so this is helpful for me to read.

I started Remodeling Guy offering free advice and I still do, but I can say that it's really pretty time consuming and the idea that you would charge for it makes perfect sense to me.

You have a fabulous sense of style and I'm very glad to see that the majority of the commenters recognized the value instantly.

I'm curious to know how well the venture is going and if you have any advice for someone like me considering doing something similar, but not competitive?

Best Wishes... sorry again about your car (I so want to call it a truck!)

Tim

Kathy said...

Melanie I would love to use your service for a laundry room. This is my first time on your site and I'm new to the whole blogging experience. What do I do next? Thank you.

Deb said...

Melaine, you just go right ahead and charge those fees, my dear. People who value your talent & skills will gladly pay your very reasonable rates. For those who think they are ridiculous or expensive - fine, they aren't your customer.

What on earth do people think design work IS, anyway? It's sharing resources, answers, solutions, and ideas. It's years of experience and practice on your part helping THEM out so that they don't have to invest that kind of time, money, and education to solv e their problems. Why NOT charge for that?

I get multiple requests for free work every day, as I am sure you can imagine...and when I share my very reasonable rates, I often hear 'But we are a store on a budget...I thought maybe you could just help me out' (and I just want to say "Um....aren't we ALL on a budget?!!! Can I come and shop in your store and take things and NOT PAY? I'm in business here, too!")Hang in there...

Style Maniac said...

As a decorator myself I find it interesting when people think our services should be free. Do the negative commenters on the post give their work away for free? Decorating is NOT like signing an autograph. It takes time, effort, vision and talent. Just because we happen to enjoy our profession does that mean we should not be paid? $75 to consult on an entire room is an absolute steal! If you think that's too high then spend the time to educate yourself; read design books, blogs and magazines on a daily basis; shop constantly; learn about proportion, scale, color, lighting and space; find reliable contractors and workrooms; dream up original ideas and figure out how to turn them into practical, beautiful reality; think through every element of the dozen or so steps it takes to spec the simplest piece of furniture; coordinate deliveries, set-up and staging; deal with vendor mistakes; handle budgeting, accounting and client relations; and think/eat/sleep/dream a project 24/7. Then let us know what you think we should charge.

Best of luck Melanie! Start thinking about charging more.

Style Maniac said...

oops...got so worked up I spelled your name wrong...sorry Melaine!

angelica said...

Well, this is your blog and your site so you can do what you want and advertise and charge for your services.

This explains why I did not receive a reply back when I posted a question about your son's room. I was searching on the internet for some ideas since I want to create a western style room for my son.

My son is a special needs child who is considered terminal ill. My husband and I have decided to give up our master bedroom for my son and all his medical equipment and nursing care. I was wanting to create a special space for him. Unaware that you were a designer by trade, I posted a question about the room and have yet to receive a reply.

After gathering items, bedding and brainstorming about how to tackle my "LIL COWBOY" room for our son, I was still unsure about certain details. After searching the internet, I came across photos of your son's room posted on "The Baby Gardner's" site. It was later that I came across your site/blog on it and much more. From the pictures that were posted, I soon realized that I could achieve the look I wanted for a whole lot less work. I was glad that I had not spent the money, time and effort on my idea that required more time and hard work. I guess that is why you are the designer. However, some of us moms (people) like to be creative and have an idea or two and do not mind all the hard work but just need a little direction. But then again and guess that is what you are charging for. Considering that I am on a time crunch I was thankful for the many sites and pictures out there that I was able to view.

I normally do not post comments or ask for help on line but I was so inspired by the bedroom and had a question about the bottom part of the room. It seems if you post pictures, comments, and much more, then you are wanting to share those ideas and thoughts with others and not necessarily for a cost. Just as I would not mind sharing my creative ideas with anyone.

In the end, you have the right, talent and control of your business, blog and site so do what you need to do and what is best for you. For those who do not like it do not visit it.

Keep your creativity going it allows your mind, soul and heart to grow and be open.

My motto:
Making your HOUSE a place you call HOME for family and friends.

MOM of a "LIL COWBOY"

SCmama1971 said...

Hello!
I think I am in need of help designing my boy's room! I think I have seen enough of your wonderful work to fully trust all that you would provide.

I am looking for color combinations and "theme". The boy's have black, twin panel beds and red dressers. I have no clue what colors to paint on the wall. I have no clue what theme to go with. I was thinking Americana,vintage. My home design is quite similar to yours so I want each room to flow.

Let me know what you can do/cost.
Thanks a bunch!!!!! =)

Tracey said...

Do you have any idea on where to find a "French antique farmhouse table" that I saw in House Beautiful for June 2009? I love it and have been looking for something like that without packing up and going to scour French flea markets!

Dianne said...

I do not have a problem paying for expert advice. My question is what are your credentials? Are you an educated designer, as I am with a degree in fine arts, or just someone with a good eye. I would not go to a surgeon that wasn't educated or let an uneducated teacher teach my child, etc... etc...
Please tell us all of your background before you take our money!

Kiri said...
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Jill said...

I'm not sure how to go about purchasing a design consultation. Sorry, it's probably obvious. Can you email me? jill@thehelmans.org
Can you delete after I post?

Stephany said...

Mean people suck. I would glad pay more than $8 for access to your blog. Many thanks from a busy working Microsoft Mom who loves design/decorating and who lives vicariously through your amazing blog. You are a real talent an inspiration.

g.eleonora said...

How do I go about getting a room consultation?

Kristi L. said...

Diane~
I find it ridiculous that you demand "credentials" before paying money for something. It's also ridiculous that you would compare interior decorating to the work that a surgeon does.

OF COURSE you require a surgeon to be educated. HE HOLDS YOUR LIFE IN HIS HANDS. My goodness.

Before you purchase a novel at Barnes & Noble or Borders, do you check to be sure that the author has a degree in English? Of course not! You purchase the novel because IT'S GOOD, and you've heard good things about it, regardless of the author's field of education.

Before you purchase a cookbook, do you check to be sure that the author has been formally educated in the culinary arts? Of course not! Requiring such "credentials" would render cookbooks from people like Rachel Ray and Paula Dean invalid.

Her decorating work speaks for itself. She's incredibly talented--a talent that not everyone has, and therefore, many are willing to pay for it. And because many DO request her help, and it takes a great deal of time, she has every right to CHARGE for her services.

kelly said...

Good for you, Melaine! You are worth every penny. Mwah!

Michelle said...

Yippee! I cannot wait to use your services in the future!

T said...

Hello. I am new to this. Saw your ideas on rate my space and then found this. Love your work! I am interested in doing some rooms with your help. How do I contact you with photos, etc. The first thing I am wanting to know how to do is the family wall definition for my entryway. Love that!
Tammy

Josie's mom said...

My email is riored186@charter.net
Let me know how to get started.
Thank you in advance,
Tammy

Laura said...

Hello! I am very interested in how you mounted your TV above your fireplace and managed to hide all the wires from sight. Did you have it professionally done, or would this be a "how-to" consultation?

Popcorn Served Daily said...

I would love to be the recipient of your services. Please contact me or added me to your list. Thanks.

Sheila Rene' said...

Melanie, I have so many questions I don't know where to begin lol... Your home is Dreamy, just to die for! My husband and I purchased a bank repo almost 2yrs. ago we have done most everything on our own. What was once a shell of a house with holes in the roof and 3 feet of water in the basement is now, my little slice of country heaven! sad to say we moved in a yr ago and i have been unable to do any decorating. This is because we have also been busy starting our family. Joey 18 months and Zach 3 months. Anyhow, we are on such a tight budget becsuse I am staying at homw with the boys. Any tips on how to have such a beautiful home on a small budget? thanks in advance

Sheila Rene' said...

I forgot to post my email so that you could get back to me. you can email me at sheila_hoylman@yahoo.com I also might be interested in having you do a room for me. please let me know how to get started. Thanks again!

Mrs. Jetplane said...

Hello. I am interested in getting a consult on a room in my house. My email address is leavingandloving@gmail.com. Please advise on next steps. Thanks.

Shireen Qudosi said...

$75 dollars for a room is an unbeatable bargain.

As for the $25 - i'm sure she gets LOADS of questions, that are all time consuming to answer. If someone is serious about the question, and values her time, they'll pay.

Also, Mel, how can I get in touch with you?

KaraD7299 said...

Hello! You are super talented and I love your style! I was wondering where you got your dinning chairs and I understand that there is some kind of charge for that information and that you have to pay in advance (which makes sense don't get me wrong) However, what happens if they are chairs that are one of a kind or not something I could purchase anywhere near my location. Or if they are super expensive they would not be an option for me anyway. I guess my question is what is the process to get info from you? Do I ask the question first and if it is something you could answer and be helpful to me you then ask for payment or reguardless I must pay? Also, I was interested in having a full room consult however I was wondering if you have before and afters pictures of some of the online consults you have done already. I trust that they are all beautiful; it's just I have dark wood trim and doors instead of white and I am stuck on how to decorate around them while still achieving the shappy chic black and white aged furniture look. Also, I would not have a large budget AT ALL and I didn't know if maybe you could tell me the smallest budget you have ever worked with? I do not want to waste your time but I would love to have your help! I just have so many questions so if you could contact me I would greatly appreciate it!

Valerie Jean said...

Hi Melanie! I love, love, love your style and your home is absolutely beautiful:) You have actually inspired me to change up my decor and I was thinking gosh I would love to pick her brain. Then I read your profile and realized you are in Woodinville, that's my home town!!!! I am actually in Bellevue now, but would be interested in getting more information on your consulting. Do you have an email or another means for me to contact you besides posting this long comment?

lizmet said...

I am interested in a room consultation. Can you please contact me regarding how to proceed? Thanks.

Mrs. Jetplane said...

Hello. This is my 3rd and final attempt to contact you regarding a design consult. If you are too busy to accept any new work, I completely understand. Please just let me know if there is a waitlist and what the wait list is. My email is leavingandloving@gmail.com. Thank you.

christinad77 said...

Hello You had on your site a bathroom that had a walk through shower and you could see the toilet on the other side could you please help me find it ! Ive been looking for ever.Thats what me and my husbabd where looing to do with our new master and need the pic to put in our file.
Thanks Christina

christinad77 said...

Hello You had on your site a bathroom that had a walk through shower and you could see the toilet on the other side could you please help me find it ! Ive been looking for ever.Thats what my husband and I where looing to do with our new master bathroom and need the pic to put in our file.
Thanks Christina

Laura G said...

Love, love, love your style and enjoy your blog. I am interested in a design consult for my master bedroom. Please contact me as to what I need to do to get started.

Anxiously awaiting.

Laura said...

I am looking for an exterior desing consult. Sent you an email today via your blog and it didn't work. What is your email address?

yardleychics said...

I would love, love, LOVE to see pictures of rooms you have consulted on.

And Sow My Garden Grows said...

Looks like you have a lot of support. I think it's fantastic what you are doing and honestly with all of your many fans you could make it a full time job just getting back to people on advice/tips/suggestions/ and more. So why not charge a fee to do so? Also your fee is great! Keep up the great work -

Laura @ Ms Smartie Pants said...

My oh my people, I just found this post, really???? Melanie I just want to say you get a metal for not responding to all of this. I am sure some of it got your goat. I'm not going to even try to address any of it. The thing is most people have something to say but it isn't always worth listening to!!!! Your blog and business speaks for itself!

Barn House said...

Melaine, somehow we totally missed this craziness until now. We can't tell you the chuckles we got from the jackasses who think you should spend your FREE time telling them "FOR FREE" what to do in their trailers. It's surprisingly shocking...but really amazingly funny at the same time.

We are anointing you our Patron Saint of Patience and we shall forever worship you for the Peace in your heart.

Lovely Melaine, your time is precious and valuable. Spend it with your family/friends before giving it away for free to someone who won't pay for your gift.

We would say more, but let's get together for fun times to discuss further! We will even pay! lol

Susan said...
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Anonymous said...

Of all the comments I have read on this "charging for services situation" the worst by far is the "TRAILER" comment by the person at Barn House. Your use of fowl language & your very ugly "trailer" comment is just sad. One minute you use the word jackasses & the "trailer" insult. . . & in the next paragraph you talk about anointing, Patron Saint, forever worship, Peace in your heart. What a mean-spirited, mismatch of thoughts & feelings. I know we all have a right to express ourselves, but you just seem out of line with the way people communicate on blogs.

Melaine . . . I feel badly that this has taken such a negative turn. I agree with those who encourage you to move past this. I am new to reading blogs, & find this unsettling.

You seem very talented. Ignore all this, find peace elsewhere & focus on what you love to do!

aa said...

Wow. Many of you have no idea what the fee's of design services cost. I am a designer and charge $125 an hour. Truly...this is a great deal for all needing help.

laurie said...

Don't let people get to you! I just came across your blog and love your ideas, writing style, and suggestions! In this day and age who doesn't charge? Life is hard enough and your fees are reasonable. Try hiring a tutor, you are looking at at least $30 or more per hour! I spent upwards of $25 for color samples and would have welcomed the opportunity to pay $8 and you would have probably nailed the color immediately! No matter what, keep going, stay positive and ignore people with strong opinions!!! Thanks for a fantastic blog!!!

Angela said...

Wow....just found your blog and love it!!! I read through some of the comments and oh my goodness!!! Lot of rude comments who apparently don't understand the concept of people understanding a consultation fee, etc. I'm glad there are a lot of supportive comments as well. Think your blog is great and can't wait to peek around:)

liz said...

Hi Melaine . . .

. . . just dropped by your blog as someone had posted about Leah's house on facebook - which of course is very, very beautiful - I personally LOVE that house!! :)

When I stopped over here and read these comments - I would love to say that I was shocked . . . but twenty plus years of commercial and residential design keeps that from happening anymore - and honestly I just found it very interesting. I am never surprised by peoples thoughts on design services as it goes with the territory of being a professional interior designer . . . either a person understands the worth of your time or they do not - end of story.

Over the years - I have seen designers with tons of education and experience behind them . . . and have also known others that have no education in design. Quite honestly - I do have respect for both . . . but maybe even a bit more for the latter as typically this kind of talent comes from deep within and more often amazes me!!

There will always be opinions with this issue - but whatever you do - please do NOT let it ever get to you . . . and enjoy doing what you truly love - regardless of what others think!! From my experience - I say go with the ones who understand your worth and both you and they will LOVE every minute of it. :)

All the best to you!!! liz

Shabby Bakes said...

I actually have a living room that I am in the process of re-doing and I would love your input. I also have pearl maple cabinets that I would like to make a cream color and distress. Can you let me know what you would charge for your ideas? Thanks!!

Sara said...

So thankful we live in AMERICA where all CITIZENS have the PRIVILEGE to do what they LOVE and ASK for MONEY in return for their services!

You deserve every single penny for all of your HARD WORK! Congrats!

(Sorry, this is a really delayed response(years) but I just stumbled upon your blog and was appalled by some of the negative comments)

Bic said...

So..how do I go about getting a consultation? By email maybe?

I really need help with my living room! I look forward to hearing from you.

Becca
rvanhoose@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Would love a consult! Love your style and I need some help with my living room. Do you still do this?

Temple Wilson
Templelouise@ hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

OMG Y'all if you don't WANT to pay for a consult then don't! If you want her expertise then pay for what she's offering. It's her choice to charge, YOURS to pay or not. But stop whining. ;) Great blog.

hotake said...

Hello, would love to pay for your consultation for my living room. Can you please let me know how to get started? My email addy is helen.chan.otake@gmail.com. Thanks! Love your blog!

Annie said...

Hello! I'm interested in your design service for my bedroom. Do you still offer $75 consultations? Thx!!

Anonymous said...

I paid for a design consultation and it was a disaster! I sent pics and an email telling her what worked for me and what I needed help on. It was like she never read anything I wrote! She said that she designed the space for her. What?????? So ymmv but for me it was a waste of 75.00.

Laura said...

Hello! Recently found your blog and love your style. I would like to hire you to help me design a couple rooms (for now and more later). How do I move forward?

Donna said...

Love your look....charge away for your services....some people are just idiots and think everything should be free.....

Lauren said...

I stumbled upon your page on Pinterest and bought a few items you selected on Joss and Main. I would love your help with my family room. How do I contact you via email with my room info? Thanks!

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