You all know I’m all about redecorating. I got (kind of) lucky this Summer when I was forced to redo my bathroom thanks to a leak…more details on that makeover to come. But I know many of you ask me about my decorators and although they’re AMAZING, they’re located here in Atlanta. So for my friends who live elsewhere, I’ve got JUST the trick for you. Meet Laurel & Wolf, a new online marketplace that virtually connects clients to seasoned interior designers for a flat fee.
I know first hand it can be difficult to find the right designer, but Laurel & Wolf makes it easy. Start by filling out a style survey to help hone in on your personal home style. Decide which inspiration photos you love or hate, and from there you’ll know what style you are. I’m modern, obvs. From there you select the room you’re making over, the function of the space, who you live with, color tones you love and most importantly your budget. You add photos of your space so their designers can see what they’re working with and then you select your package (classic at only $299 or premium at $499). From there, designers bid on your space, providing you with inspiration boards so you can select which designer’s board you like best. Once you select your designer and mood board, the fun begins! The designer will work with you through the platform to iron out all the final details. Once your design is perfect, your designer will upload a floor plan, instructions, a final style board, and a fully executable shopping list! It is the perfect way for someone to design their home no matter their budget.
I know you are probably already dreaming of a room you’d like to overhaul. Lucky you, Laurel & Wolf is offering one classic design package to one lucky My Style Vita reader. Enter below to win a dream makeover (furniture not included of course).
Entering is easy. Follow us on social through the below widget and be sure to instagram a picture of the room you want to makeover and use #LAWMakeover and tag @mystylevita and @laurelandwolf. Good luck!
Below is the design board and final product of the Laurel & Wolf offices.