Deal of the Week: 15% off interior design services and free consultation

Tuesday, March 15, 2011 Leave a Comment

Hiring an interior designer can be... intimidating, to say the least. Communicating what you like takes a lot of preparation - and translating that into what you want? A psychic might be necessary. And how much will it really cost after buying furniture, pillows, lamps, paint, rugs...?

All myths, Interior Designer Janae Branning of MJK Interiors assures me. She loves working with the people who are stumped. It doesn't have to cost a fortune. And she suggests taking it one room at a time.

Here are her suggestions:

1. Pick your favorite room. It might be the bedroom, your private sanctuary. Or it might be the kitchen, the gathering place. Or it might be the family room, the heart of the home.
2. Don't pay by the hour.
3. Let her do the pre-shopping for you - selecting 3 options for furniture and accessories, priced low, medium and high. Then you buy the items that are right for you.

Janae is offering Stapleton Moms "The Big Idea" interior design package - a flat fee package that includes:
  • A comprehensive design consultation to communicate your likes, wants and needs
  • A scaled floor plan with furniture layout
  • 3D drawing of the room
  • A detailed pre-shopping list of furniture, lighting, and accessories with 3 price options - low, medium and high - from a selection of local and online retail stores - buy the options you like
  • Suggested Choices for the room including fabrics, wallcovering and/or paint
  • Final presentation of The Big Idea
All for a flat fee - no surprises! And if you book before April 15, you get 15% off, plus a free design consultation!
  • Hallways, entry, and powder rooms          $500.00
  • Home Office, Bedrooms, Dining rooms        $650.00
  • Living Rooms, Family Rooms, Media Rooms   $750.00
  • Kitchens and bathrooms quoted per job
What you need is a plan. What you need is The BIG IDEA interior design package. Call Janae today
303-478-4990 to schedule a consultation.


  • Katia said:  

    I think the key is to be honest and don't try to believe that you are open to anything, because that will lead to a lot of time wasting.