Just when you thought things couldn’t get much better at LGB Interiors, owner and designer Linda Burnside has done just that. She recently introduced an exciting new service: Wish Book – Design in a Box.
“What we’re doing is offering those clients who are more research-oriented and hands-on but on a budget the opportunity to take a front-row seat in their decorating projects,” says Linda.
Here’s how it works:
The LBG design team works with the client via email throughout the design process.
The client emails LGB digital photos of the room to be designed.
LGB provides a step-by-step guide for measuring and photographing their space.
The client communicates special requirements.
Then, the Wish Book is assembled, providing the client with floor plans, concept photos, shopping guide, paint colors and swatches. To stay on budget, a spreadsheet, totaling each selection cost, is included.
All comes packaged in a big box containing the Wish Book with spectacular results inside.
Best yet, there is one flat fee for the Design in a Box service, based on each room. Work on one at a time or several. Great for wedding gifts, Mother’s Day or just for yourself. Let LGB help you think outside of the box.
LGB Interiors is located in a charming historic home off Devine Street and has meticulously established an enviable reputation.
“I’ve focused much of my design business on new construction and remodeling projects,” Linda explains. “My preference is signing on with a client in the beginning of such a seemingly overwhelming undertaking. I love working with architects, builders and remodeling contractors, which takes a tremendous amount of pressure off our clients.”
Linda also loves to travel, and once a year she takes an excursion to some faraway country. But it’s not just for relaxation. While there, she’s busy with her love of photography, art and scrutinizing local architecture. “I’m always picking up ideas that can be incorporated into my own design projects,” she says.
Linda Burnside stresses that interior design is affordable and shouldn’t be intimidating. Her motto: Listen to your client. Don’t design for yourself but for those who will be living in those rooms. And it has certainly worked well for LGB.