Design Is Never Complete

I am a firm believer that design is never complete. After moving from a two bedroom condo into a house a couple of months ago, I found myself struggling to decorate all the rooms. I have purchased a couple of great pieces but still feel some of the rooms are incomplete. Since time is never on my side, I enlisted the help of SwatchPop!

SwatchPop! is an inexpensive online decorating service. First, you pick your project and create a name for your project. Second, you pick your “pop”. Each project starts at $49.95, you can add additional “pops” for $29.95.

I chose to focus on two projects, the wall across from our bed in our Master Bedroom and my Office. I did one “pop” in the Master and two in the Office. In the Master, I chose to focus on styling and accessorizing. I recently bought an acrylic stand from CB2 for under our TV and I am just not happy with how it looks. I’ve contemplated moving it over and adding a plant to take up more space along the wall but I couldn’t make up my mind.

After venting to SwatchPop! and filling out their very thorough profile checklist to effectively communicate my design style, I was on my way. They also let you attach your Pinterest board to make sure they are matching your style. I attached the picture below and provided some measurements.

Onto my Office dilemma…Since the whole room has me at a loss. I chose two “pops”. I wanted to focus on the layout of furniture and window fixtures. I sent the picture below…

Within under 48 hours, I received an email from Anu Sue, my designer…My projects were underway!

Drum roll, please!!! Here is the finished product in the Master. Ps- I love it!!

Isn’t it beautiful?? I love what they did! I already purchased the monstera leafs and the vase. Both very inexpensive. I love the stool that they picked out but I also found this one, so I am debating. Which one do you like better? Ps- they draw everything to scale, so no measurement surprises.

Que up the orchestra, because a drum roll is not enough for the Office reveal. SwatchPop! provided me two options for the office…

Option One:

Option Two:

Which one do you like better? I love the first one with the banana palm curtains. It is like the knew I was from Florida and the fact that I melt over any type of palm print. To top off the design recommendations, SwatchPop! gave me step by step instructions on how to hang the curtains and place the accessories.

On a scale from 1 to 10 (10 being the highest), I give SwatchPop! an 11! It was such great experience, a quick turnaround, I never had to leave my couch, and the price cannot be beat. If that is not convincing enough to check out SwatchPop!, use code FashiontoaT for 10% off.

Happy decorating!