Unless you have an endless budget and excess time on your hands, decorating your house can be a stressful, all-consuming exercise, taking over your nights on the lounge, and weekends traipsing from store to store.
My husband and I recently purchased a new house, but it's yet to feel like home. We know the space needs some strategically placed rugs, and a few new big ticket items. The problem? It's such a daunting task to take on. Interiors aren't like buying a new outfit—finding pieces like a new couch is a real commitment.
I recently discovered a relatively new digital decorating service, Milray Park. The way it works is simple. After creating an account, you can pull together inspiration boards for each room of the house you want to makeover. From there, you choose your interior designer, based off a recommendation of who best suits your personal style. After you've chosen your interior designer, you work together throughout the decorating process—all from the comfort of your home.
The service exists to help make interior design more accessible to all, via a digital screen.
After working back and forth on your design, using a moodboard and comment section to throw around ideas and inspiration, Milray Park coordinates discounts at select retailers, so you can immediately shop for your new home, at a reduced price.
I'm about to embark on my own digital interior design experience. Stay tuned, as I revert back with my review.
If you're keen to get started on your own re-decorating (in my opinion spring is the perfect time to reset ahead of summer), visit Milray Park to kick-start the process.