Given the extensive waiting list we currently have, this service also allows clients quicker access to our services. Sure, it doesn't include any of the custom furnishings that full-service clients receive and it also doesn't include a detailed design plan, but it is a way to quickly pull together a space with the help of a designer. As was the case with my latest project.
The client was a referral from a previous client and she was looking to quickly pull together a guest suite for holiday visitors. After a phone consult, we soon met for a One Day Design service appointment.
A quick chat and we hit the ground running; shopping for a headboard, bedding, drapery, seating and accessories. Yep, it was a pretty tall order for a six hour day. Surprisingly, we were able to get a number of things checked off the list.
I also knew that we'd need several things installed, so I offered to schedule my installer for the next appointment day and thus One Day Design Plus was born.
The guest room was literally a blank slate. No really, there was nothing.
We were able to pull everything together in our short time together and I think it turned out great!
So, what do you think? Not bad for two days and a little shopping in between. This space is a great example of how things don't always have to be custom to be beautiful. Everything seen here was purchased retail, (Sorry, as a courtesy to my clients I don't share sources for their projects.) but I think the mix makes it look so much more custom.
What do you think? I've already scheduled my next One Day Design project and I'm thinking it's going to be a great addition to my service offerings this year. You can find out more about both services on the Dwell by Cheryl Interiors website.
Until next time...