Home Depot Now Offers Interior Design Services


Thanks to a new exclusive partnership with virtual interior design service Laurel & Wolf, you can now DIY and decorate your home in one step through The Home Depot.

Called the Home Depot Pro Referral Service, the program will integrate Home Depot’s existing Pro Referral service into Laurel & Wolf’s digital design platform, essentially referring its customers to Laurel & Wolf depending on their project needs, according to news from Architectural Digest. Designers will then create projects for customers using supplies from the Home Depot. (Laurel & Wolf is the exclusive design platform in Home Depot’s Pro Referral program.)

“We are excited to see how our designers will bring to life the incredible range of products sold at The Home Depot,” Laurel & Wolf founder and CEO, Leura Fine, told AD. “Through this partnership, we are able to provide the ultimate modern platform for the millennial consumer, who expects customization and services as a seamless integration into their shopping experience.”

After setting up an online account with Laurel & Wolf, Home Depot customers can then select the room(s) they’re interested in designing, fill out a brief questionnaire, select a design package, and start working directly with a designer to create a personalized space using resources, supplies & an increasing array of readymade decor & furniture products from the Home Depot.

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Packages start at $59 per room for the “Light” design, which includes five days of design time on accessories & decor concepts only from one designer and limited design revisions, up $249 per room for the “Signature” design package, which includes ten days of design time with whole room concepts (furniture, accessories & decor) from three designers and unlimited design revisions, plus space and floor planning and a full shopping list.

E-design services are a growing market, so much so that we had one of our very own staffers test out three of them in his rental (including Laurel & Wolf) earlier this year.

h/t Domino, Architectural Digest

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