Holiday Design Plans? Lock In Your Designer Now

I know it’s the middle of summer, and redecorating for the holidays is probably the last thing on your mind. Believe it or not, though, it’s not too early to begin planning for that refresh or remodel you want to do this fall. Designers’ schedules are already filling up. Waiting until September may be too late.

Major remodeling projects can easily take six to nine months, or more. Have you been dreaming about a new gourmet kitchen in time for Thanksgiving? Do you want to turn your living/dining area into an expansive great room to host holiday gatherings? Perhaps you’re thinking of transforming a storage room or attic into a comfy guest quarters. Or maybe you’ve got your heart set on a luxurious new spa bathroom to escape from all the hustle and bustle. Besides the time to plan, design and execute, you’re looking at selecting and ordering appliances, furniture, fabrics, window coverings, flooring, lighting, and other materials. Specialty and upholstered items alone can take several months from order to delivery. Suddenly, the year’s end doesn’t look so far away.

Designers are busier this year than they have been for some time, and fall is their busiest time of year. They can work wonders, but they can’t work miracles. If you put off your plans, they won’t be able to meet your holiday deadline. Place your request now, even if you’re not ready yet to surrender the summer. Give us a few minutes of your time, and we’ll do the rest. We’ll find you several highly qualified designers for you to choose from while you’re enjoying the rest of your vacation. Contact us today, and beat the holiday rush.


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