The first exterior designer, Zeus, constantly fretted over the height of the Himalayas, whether the Gobi should be tawny or dun, and whether the Pacific brought the world together or just looked tacky. Ease similar worries and master a somewhat smaller domain with today's deal. For $80, you get two hours of interior-design redecorating for your home or office from Michael Stribling Interiors, a $400 value. Pick up multiple Groupons for more than two hours of consultation. Though you must call between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday to schedule an appointment, this organization of organizers is available to refashionate humble abodes anytime between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
First-time homeowners usually make a few careless design mistakes: mounting their couches on the walls, stuffing socks in vases, or installing randomly placed swinging blades and bottomless pits in an attempt to breathe life into a room. Two hours with Squad Stribling will straighten things out and help create the home you've always had on the tip of your fingers. An ace interior designer will remix any personal space, home, apartment, patio, or secret lair, and will even re-arrange your office. Stribling and company work with what's already in your home, clearing, clarifying, and harmonizing existing furniture and décor to meet your individual desires. The comfy redesign passes all the grunting, squatting, and heave-hoing into the mathematically precise hands of the professionals, who will create a room that resembles a fresh move, only with less moving and more refreshing.
Michael was the former lead designer at E.A. Interiors in New York City, and he has been featured on HGTV's Design Star. His crack squadron of 20 handpicked and hand-trained designers will answer any call, no matter how misaligned the frames or mismatched the fabrics. Utilize their expertise to oversee a lengthy overhaul, or just to jumpstart a long-overdue project. They'll work with you to slicken a dull layout, reawaken tired quarters, and spicy up any nearby chili.
- His strength, he suggests, is versatility. "I'm not going to be the designer who is stereotyped," he says. "I like being able to work with a client and give them what they need." – Mary Vuong, Houston Chronicle
- Michael’s approach to design is like a breath of fresh air. He actually listens to the client and can take their feelings and style and translate that into something beautiful. He is not interested in spending the most money or making a project “in his image”. He truly is interested in what the CLIENT wants even if they aren’t sure what that is yet. – Century Tree Reader