The Consign Home Couture Design Process

by on 03/12/2015 - 01:46 pm

Category: D├ęcor & Lighting

It’s ok if the interior design process doesn’t happen all at once. Julia Lando loved her Southwest hacienda-inspired home, but it needed some finishing touches. The Lando homestead turned to Consign Home Couture for a little help.

Debbie School, a Consign Home Couture designer, established a game plan. With a sense of the homeowner’s unique design sensibilities in mind, Debbie searched for compatible décor. As the in-house designer, Debbie's services are free of charge for all Consign Home Couture clients.

Debbie notes that not every piece needs to pull a lot of weight in determining the theme of a room, and the variety that consignment shops offer means that you’ll always have options. “You never know what’s going to come in the door, and how they’ll fit in a variety of homes.”

Additionally, creating a space you’re delighted with doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg, but it may take some time. Waiting for the perfect accent chair to appear in a consignment shop requires patience, but you’ll end up with a high quality, more genuine piece of furniture at a price that allows you to keep shopping.