• Seattle Interior Design

Do I have to commit to a package up front?

Absolutely not. In fact, it’s hard to tell how much time you will need until we’ve had our initial consult so I always advise new clients to wait.

Will you shop for me?
The answer is, sort of. I will source furniture, accessories, or materials and present you with options for new purchases, but I won’t actually buy them for you.

Can you recommend a good handyman or painter?
Yes! I know some great electricians and contractors, too. When we work together, my resources are your resources.

Do you only work with people who have kids?
Definitely not. While the majority of my clients do have little ones at home, I love working with anyone who wants to fall back in love with their home.

What forms of payment to you accept?
I take check, Venmo, Zelle, all major credit cards, and good old fashioned cash.

I’m not sure what I need, I just know that my home needs help! What should I do?
I totally understand. It can be hard to put your finger on what’s working and what’s not. Schedule an initial consult and we’ll identify the issues and start implementing solutions together.

What happens if I don’t use up my package by the expiration date?
I offer a one-time, two-week extension on all packages. After that, you’re kind of SOL. Besides, don’t you want to stay on track and see some results? It’s way more fun that way.

I don’t have a huge budget. How do I know if I can afford you?
My business model is all about interior design and organizing you can afford. That means thinking outside the box and working with what you already have. But if you have a strict budget, please let me know up front and we’ll be sure to keep cash flow in check.

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