Since quite of you have recently asked what an e-design package actually looks like I decided to share with you a sample to get an idea. It is not very different from the usual moodboards I post here on the blog ever so often but there is one big difference; all the furniture and accessories are picked based on the client's style, needs and budget. Sounds legit, right? And why choose to have an e-design for your space instead of a traditional design service? Let's just say that an e-design package is more like a diy helping list, suitable for those who don't mind putting personal work on their home decorating and save some extra bucks on the designer's fee. An e-design package, on the other hand, is not for those who need thorough guidance or someone to take care of all the decorating details and be there 24/7. That's what traditional design services do. Also, an e-design service can be provided to any client around the world, no matter where they live, since all communication and shopping is made through the internet. Hope this answers some of your questions but feel free to drop me a line if you need more info or request a quote for a room you want to have decorated!
piazza sofa | hunter side table | santa barbara pendant | shroom coffee table | ogk portable lounge chair | folsom end table | lubi sleeper daybed | mantis bs1 b floor lamp | island by andrew jacona | figs by giulia bianchi | slumber by jan weiss | daughter by shao y. zhang | dancers at rest by tali yalonetzki | garden cavort by Nell Waters Bernegger | stinson copper suede rug | burlap lumbar pillow | nappula metal candelabra | lotus leaf | waffle weave linen throw blanket | wallace white curtains
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