Monday, September 20, 2010

Great Giveaway! No Decorator? No problem - an easy way to get a decorator look.

This awesome giveaway is provided by Design in a Bag. Just to introduce Design in a Bag, here's a bit about their services:

"Prêt-à-porter for your kitchen and bath projects, Design In A Bag introduces collections of professionally coordinated and proven kitchen and bath design recipes, offering the expertise, access and eye of an interior designer without the price tag. Unlike other prêt interior design services, Design In A Bag allows you to browse online galleries of coordinated kitchen and bath looks – each carefully designed and crafted by Rebekah Zaveloff, an HGTV contributor and the creative force behind Chicago’s preeminent kitchen and bath interior design firm KitchenLab – and delivers selected complete concepts including cabinet, countertop, tile and paint samples, shopping list and hand-drawn renderings direct to your door. Taking the guesswork out of putting together a cohesive look for your kitchen or bath project, consumers can touch, see and experience the materials in their home, bringing the showroom and interior designer directly to you."

You can search concepts by Modern, Vintage, or Classic styles, and by palette: warm, cool, or neutral. To enter the giveaway - leave a comment below or email me at
ashley[at]decorologyblog[dot]com saying what style or palette you think you'd choose. A winner will be picked via a random draw on Monday the 27th at 5pm EST. You can find out what's included in the bag by reading this page "What's in a Bag."

Here are some great kitchen transformations from Design in a Bag where the bag materials and concept were followed to a 'T'. They are both examples of the "Vintage" style.


Kitchen before

Materials/samples provided in the "Burgoyne" bag

The amazing transformation!

The next is using the "La Motte" bag.

Kitchen before

La Motte bag materials

Kitchen after - so much better. I really like the tiles used for the oven backsplash


Check out the Design In A Bag site for more info and photos. Don't forget to comment or email me by Monday the 27th 5pm EST for your chance to win this awesome giveaway!

To comment, scroll to the bottom of this post, and directly above the word "Labels" click on the # Comments link. Or scroll to the bottom of the comments and click "Post a Comment"

44 comments:

K said...

Amazing concept - I love the Sheridan

Jamie said...

omg what a great idea! i love the windsor... or the rockwell... it's hard to choose!

Anonymous said...

Kitchen and Bath - that is exactly what we need help on!! For the kitchen, I just fell for "The Well" design bag! Hope I win! :)

MeggyD

kikirenee said...

Gennesse. Classic, marble, black, white, cream, gray, All things I love.

Elena said...

Love the Stanfield, though I bet I'd be happy with most of them ;-)

Blissful Dwelling said...

What a fantastic concept! Genius! I love all the vintage schemes. The Sheridan is stunning, as is La Motte.

Jenny M said...

I like so many of them! I think I like "Petit Pradet". Thanks!

Ti_Amo said...

Ooh I love Hazlingfield or Orchard!

Stephanie said...

What an interesting concept! Everything looks fabulous!

DecorMamma said...

Wow, what a great idea!Beautiful combinations...

Sab said...

such a helpful idea! loving the mezin, petit pradet and sheridan.

Jennifer Mathis said...

I really like the La Colle.
meandi09@yahoo.com

Carole Davids said...

Le Muy

Carole
www.frogbellysoup.blogspot.com

Ann said...

Love this concept - what a neat idea and a great giveaway! I'd pick the Fulham.

Pamela Viola said...

Great makeovers!

Angela said...

This is wonderful! Thanks for the giveaway! Love the Genesse.

Caroline said...

I think I love grange most! What a wonderful idea! Thanks for the giveaway!

kate said...

I'm loving Hazel....

agoodbuild said...

wow this stuff is great! love the grayling classic collection for the kitchen!

Lila said...

I would love this. What an amazing idea. Genius, really!
xoxo
Lila Ferraro

Anonymous said...

Please enter me in the contest. Thanks!

Maggie L

Shelly said...

New to your blog and really enjoying it. What a fabulous concept. Especially for those of us who want to be creative.

Hiker Jane said...

I have an Edwardian kitchen that needs a refresh. The Prestonfield (1st Choice) or the Queen Anne (2nd Choice) would be perfect.

Andree said...

What a great idea and service! I'd love to have such a helping hand : - )

Thanks for the link!

Susan S said...

Oh, am I ever in need! My bathroom (the master no less) has been in shambles forever awaiting design decisions. I love classic with a modern twist so it retains its timeliness a bit longer.

Anonymous said...

Wow! What a giveaway! It seems the stars have aligned regarding the timing. I have nearly finished decorating my condo after three years and have the kitchen left to do. It needs to be gutted as the sink is cracked, the floors are permanently dirty and resist cleaning, and the laminate countertops are not only nicked but also worn and disgusting as well. Oh, and did I mention that I can't get the fingerprints off the cabinets?

Three days ago I started a planning board for it. The Design in a Bag palate that I picked is close to what I thought I'd do.

My condo is a mix of transitional and contemporary. And it is all in warm colors which I love. So I have chosen (drumroll, please) the Sumac Lane warm palate which would fit in perfectly with my vision and would complement what I have done already.

I love your blog too!

All the best,

Myra

Anonymous said...

I am obsessed with the “Fair Oaks” Collection by Design in a Bag. The bathroom collection has that vintage and opulent feel to it. If I could remodel my bathroom that’s exactly the combination I would pick. A classy, understated bathroom, typical of an upper west side bathroom on central park west!



Best,

Dara

Anonymous said...

Please enter me in the giveaway



Yvonne

Anonymous said...

OMG! How awesome this site. Thank you so much for sharing. Can I be entered in the give away?

WAHOO!

Sarah

Julia said...

This is a great concept, and a great giveaway!

Summers Cottage said...

This is awesome! Why didn't somebody come up with this before? It's like a magazine sending pieces of the picture out to touch and feel!

Jean said...

Makes decorating so much easier. Love the La Motte bag materials.

Anonymous said...

I would love to be entered into the giveaway! My kitchen leaves much to be desired. I would like to open it up and make it a fun place to cook and entertain.


Thanks,

Jeremy

Interior Online said...

Love it!

Carla Moss said...

I'm leaning toward Larchmont as my fav....but Southport is pretty nice too. What a great site and idea! Thanks for sharing. :)

Duhble Dee said...

I love the Schiller look!!

Anonymous said...

Hi Ashley!

I would love to enter the "Design In a Bag" kitchen contest! Design in a bag is such a great idea and my favorite kitchen palette is "the linden". I'm entering this contest because my boyfriend's kitchen (hopefully my kitchen too someday soon) needs a serious makeover! He has warm wonderful dinners ready for me when I get home from working 12 hour shifts at the hospital (I'm a nurse) so he definitely deserves this! A new fabulous kitchen would be wonderful for us to keep cooking together!

Big fan of your blog,
Melissa

Anonymous said...

Hi,
I saw this post in my wife's IN Mail.
Thought it could not hurt as what a cool concept.
We could use this "very much".
Thanks for a cool and interesting post.
Regards,
Guy

Anonymous said...

So cool, and designs are gorgeous. When it's time to redo my kitchen (hopefully soon!) I'll be using one of these!

Beth said...

Looks beautiful, and exactly what my hubby and I are considering!

Anonymous said...

Ashley,



Please enter me into the drawing as I need it bad!!!!



Nancy

Penny Murray said...

The "Burgoyne" bag is so my style!

TMacWright said...

Gorg !! I have a new house and can't wait to sink my teeth into the kitchen. I am in LOVE with Windsor, the green tile will be a show stopper with the white marble countertops. I could also settle for the Loumarin if someone twisted my arm... It's all beautiful.

Nicole said...

Such a great idea!

ShareThis

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
 
Google+