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.
Materials/samples provided in the "Burgoyne" bag
The amazing transformation!
The next is using the "La Motte" bag.
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!
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