Spending more time at home may have you looking at your setting with fresh eyes — and it may be time for a change.
If your home’s interior could use a professional refresh, the San Diego chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) chapter has a solution.
From now through the end of June, members will conduct in-home design consultations during the ASID “Spring Spruce Up” fundraiser. The discounted fee of $99 per hour (minimum one hour/maximum two hours) is a donation to the local ASID chapter; the designer volunteers their time.
“Spruce Up gives consumers who may have never worked with a professional interior designer an easy, affordable and stress-free introduction,” said event chair Arnaz Khambatta, Allied ASID, of Good Deeds Design.
ASID can provide experts in all aspects of design, including space planning, staging, color selection, kitchen design, aging in place, art and furniture placement, outdoor rooms, historic preservation, media rooms, multigenerational living, universal design, window treatments and commercial design. Designers are chosen to meet each client’s specific needs.
“Besides the aesthetic satisfaction, good interior design pays off in added comfort, functionality and increased home value,” Khambatta said.