Real Life E-Designs (+ A Project Planning Freebie!)

E-design plan for modern industrial living room.

E-design plan for modern industrial living room.

When I meet people, the conversation often goes like this:

New acquaintance: "So...what do you do for a living?"

Me: "I run an e-design interior decorating company"

*Blank stare*

New acquaintance: "Oh that's so...interesting...Now what is e-design exactly?"

For most folks, e-design is unfamiliar territory. They know about the more traditional forms of interior design, and they've probably seen shows like Fixer Upper on HGTV where someone (*ahem*, the lovely Joanna Gaines) swoops in and makes over a house from top to bottom, but e-design? What's that?

E-design is an affordable decorating service that's powered by the Internet. Through email, phone and the occasional video conference, I collect information about the space you want to design, your style, and budget. Once I have all the preliminary information, I'll get to work on a design plan - we'll collaborate on it together and tweak it until you give it the thumbs up. Finally, I'll provide all the resources you need to make it happen and you'll take it from there! 

Your final design package includes:

  • A room-like rendering so you can see how everything will look together (examples of those are below)
  • A clickable PDF shopping list so that you can do the purchasing on a time frame that's comfortable for you
  • A floor plan

I mentioned that these services are affordable, right? One of the best things - in my mind - about e-design is the transparent pricing structure. It's a flat fee, per room, and there are two tiers of service - Full Room and Finishing Touches. A Full Room design is $300 ($350 if it's a multi-purpose room like combined living and dining rooms), and for Finishing Touches, it's $175. No hidden fees, no hourly rates. 

I'm passionate about helping people furnish and decorate their homes in a way that they'll love for years to come - and that won't break the bank! 

So, want to see some real life e-design room renderings? Here are a few favorites from recent projects:

We're almost finished with this master bedroom that got a near complete overhaul (on a tight budget!). What you can't see here is a pretty sweet open closet system we're installing opposite the bed. It's a local project, and the clients are letting me share the full before and after here on the blog. Stay tuned!

We're almost finished with this master bedroom that got a near complete overhaul (on a tight budget!). What you can't see here is a pretty sweet open closet system we're installing opposite the bed. It's a local project, and the clients are letting me share the full before and after here on the blog. Stay tuned!

This client was looking for a more modern, brighter look for her lower level living space. The blue accent chairs are such a fun touch.

This client was looking for a more modern, brighter look for her lower level living space. The blue accent chairs are such a fun touch.

I designed three rooms for this client's new build, including this pretty dining room. They were ready for a grown up, modern farmhouse style space that could host a crowd.

I designed three rooms for this client's new build, including this pretty dining room. They were ready for a grown up, modern farmhouse style space that could host a crowd.

This formal living room had a tricky floor plan that needed defined areas for different uses. We created a sitting area and a piano area that work well together to form one cohesive look, but that can function independently of one another.

This formal living room had a tricky floor plan that needed defined areas for different uses. We created a sitting area and a piano area that work well together to form one cohesive look, but that can function independently of one another.

Here's an example of a finishing touches package for a family of four's living/dining area. They were transitioning from a smaller apartment to a new build house, and their main dilemmas were figuring out how to arrange furniture in a large, open concept space, pull together a consistent look, and keep it all kid-friendly.

Here's an example of a finishing touches package for a family of four's living/dining area. They were transitioning from a smaller apartment to a new build house, and their main dilemmas were figuring out how to arrange furniture in a large, open concept space, pull together a consistent look, and keep it all kid-friendly.

These renderings really help clients visualize what their homes could look like with their new furniture and accessories - it definitely brings the design process to life! If there's a room in your home that you're ready to decorate, contact me, and we'll get started! 

If you're not quite ready to begin, but you're in more of the thinking/dreaming phase, I've got a FREE guide that can help you plan that next project. This list of 10 questions you should ask yourself before you start your next project (with space to write out your answers!) is a great tool to make sure you're setting yourself up for success. Click the button below to sign up for my newsletter, and you can instantly download it! 

 
 

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