What You'll Get
According to an old saying, your home is your castle, your television is your court jester, and your dog is your moat. Fortify your fine fortress with today's Groupon: for $75, you get two hours of interior design consultation and redecoration services from Alicia Friedmann Interior Design, based in Long Beach (a $250 value).
Featured on HGTV, Alicia Friedmann Interior Design‘s professional abode amelioration services are designed to spruce up relaxation stations. The experienced staff auger to the core of customers' tastes with the Alicia Friedmann Introspective Design Study (AFIDS), an analytic test that determines which designs best fit each client's preference and lifestyle. The staff’s ensuing redecoration service can then help home owners prettify or practicalize chambers by mapping out furniture space, rearranging rooms, picking out paint colors, and more. Equipped with access to experienced furniture craftsmen and room accoutrement distributors, the team at Alicia Friedmann can ably assist home owners in realizing their redecorating resolutions, whether they wish to enliven listless dining areas, smarten up their sleeping quarters, or accentuate their collection of state quarters.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may combine for 4 hours. By appointment only. 24-hour cancellation notice or Groupon is forfeited. Additional charge for travel 40+ miles. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Alicia Friedmann Interior Design
The specialists at Alicia Friedmann Interior Design work to refurbish living spaces with precision. For each living space, the staff works to select elements that coordinate with the homeowners’ needs, lifestyles, and desire to invite their horses inside for dinner. To ensure their plans' accuracy, they draw floor plans and elevations in AutoCAD, a software program used by professional contractors and architects. Designers may also enhance spaces with custom-built furniture items, examples of which can be seen on the HGTV.com Designers’ Portfolio.