A new approach to an interior design service, for people who would like someone to help with a home project but not to take over. It is a great way to get started and avoid expensive mistakes. Stay in control of the look, timings and budget with just the help you need.
What is DecorBuddy? It is a new approach to an interior design service, for people who would like someone to help with a home project but not to take over. It is a great way to get started and avoid expensive mistakes.
Who is it for? People who would like to make more of their home and would appreciate a little help.
How can it help? Using the DecorBuddy service can save you time, money and stress by providing:
MOTIVATION – we can help you get started if you are not sure where to begin
CLARIFICATION – we can help you work out what you really want
INSPIRATION – we can help stimulate ideas to make the most of what you’ve already got
DIRECTION – we can help you to take the project forward and on to completion
How does it work? If you would like to change the look of a room a great way to get started is for us to visit and spend a hard-working session together. You will have the opportunity to discuss all your requirements and benefit from our experience, ideas and suggestions for colours, fabrics and furniture or changes to your layout. We will prepare a full set of notes, with visual reference as relevant to guide you on your way. Fee: £195.
After this session we are still available for you as required on a one to one basis or join our DecorClub for £15 month for ongoing inspiration and support
What next? Contact us to find out more.
“Thank you so much this has made it all so much easier. I never knew that I could get help and still buy some things from Ikea!” Vicky
“I can’t tell you how much we appreciate all that you have done. It is wonderful to find people who really listen.” Sarah
“I found the process to be very useful. It helped to clarify my requirements and to stimulate ideas. I’ve often referred back to the mood pack and have used it both as an anchor and a springboard.” Doug