What You'll Get
A home's interior design can reflect its owner's unique sensibilities, such as a fondness for earth tones or a paralyzing fear of right angles. Chart your own course on a redecorating odyssey with today's Groupon: for $119, you get a custom room design from Designer At Home (a $299 value).
Interior designer James Charles, seen on HGTV and House Hunters, helps to level the design playing field with an online service that divides the work between client and specialist. Upgrade living rooms laden with milk-crate coffee tables by opting for a complete room redesign (a $299 value). Clients begin by answering a design assessment that details style preferences and color palettes, choosing from styles such as contemporary, traditional, french country, shabby chic, or paleolithic cave. After receiving pertinent information, such as room measurements and pictures of the current space, Charles and his chic team of property prettifiers craft a unique design package with presentation boards, schematics, and shopping lists that cover everything from paint and furniture placement to step-by-step instructions for training household pets to man a standard vacuum.
Designer At Home's crew focuses strictly on the changes necessary for each client's design goals and suggest specific products in the package, though clients need not feel obligated to use every idea. Buyers complete the shopping and design implementation, though designers are always a papasan-shaped distress signal away to help with any decorating dilemmas. Visit Designer At Home's website for additional tips and tools to help solve design riddles that send haughty sphinxes in search of new careers as singing telegram deliverers.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 12, 2012. Amount paid never expires. May buy multiple. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Designer At Home
HGTV and House Hunters- featured interior designer James Charles and his team create custom design plans to guide do-it-yourself redecorating projects. Clients submit room measurements and photographs, then pick a color palette and choose from a list of styles ranging from traditional to contemporary to DMV-office chic. Within five weeks, Charles and his crew will send out colorful presentation boards depicting a custom full-room makeover. Armed with an included shopping list, customers can purchase paint, furniture, and other materials as needed, and can decorate at their own pace, arranging items according to detailed schematic diagrams or the couch’s horoscope. Customers can also refer to an online guide for help solving design dilemmas such as where to place a crib or how to modify decor to accommodate a rambunctious chia pet.