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I am so happy that I picked this company over the others! You can tell that Nikky has years of experience when it comes to decorating and she worked within my budget. Her recommendations are so spot on from paint color to paint texture (I would have never selected either correctly on my own). I am so happy with every detail she recommended and I enjoy my home so much more now and it's all because she helped bring about the look and feel that I wanted all along. Also, I was stuck with thought that my large TV could only be placed in one area of the house and I so happy that she found another area to place it! It's perfect.

- Lakia F.

The company correctly priced the job, arrived when promised, did a beautiful job and reclaimed the furnishings when the condo sold -- again, on time and professionally in every respect. I would definitely use this company again!
- M. Kay G.

Overall it was a waste of money. I had 6 designers sign up. Three submitted plans, but only one of them followed directions. However the terms require if 3 or more sign up you need to pay out the entire "prize". For the same price you could hire any local designer to consult for an hour or two, which is really the extent of what all these designers have done. They basically make recommendations without any form of real communication. There is a message board to post comments back and forth with the designers. The flaw is if they don't speak English, how much communication can you really do. It also requires the designer to be willing to communicate with you in the first place and in my experience some did but most didn't. Most designers also submit at the last minute before the close of the posting. Therefore there is no time to question choices, request adjustments, or make clarifications. So what you end up is a bunch of pretty pictures that are no better than a generic plan you could have Googled for free. The plans of some of the postings look impressive, but they don't work in the real world. Not enough information is provided to truly execute most of them. My recommendation would be to save your money, hire a local designer to consult, and call it a day.
- Tyler A.
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'Mikes Moving Service

3704 N Rosser St
Alexandria, VA

A Different View Interior Makeovers

19612 Islander St
Olney, MD

A First-Class Move LLC

2128 Pimmit Dr
Falls Church, VA

Active Home Renewal

1409 Broadwood Dr
Rockville, MD

Adela Construction

10319 Westlake Dr
Bethesda, MD


Oxon Hill, MD

AllGreen Landscape Company

PO Box 2597
Merrifield, VA

American Stone & Patio Co

23313 Woodfield Rd
Gaithersburg, MD

AmeriEstates & Mission Transition

256 S Carroll St.
Frederick, MD


Kensington, MD

Andre's Technology Empire

1200 Delaware Avenue SW Suite 303
Washington, DC


8383 West Main Street
Marshall, VA

Arcbazar Inc

101 Main St
Cambridge, MA

Artic Transportation

8505 Indian Hills Ct
Fredericksburg, VA

Atar Designs

407 N Stonestreet Ave
Rockville, MD

B. Von Paris Moving & Storage Inc

8691 Larkin Rd.
Savage, MD

BAMM - Begin Again Moving Managers

10828 Show Pony Place
Damascus, MD


Gaithersburg, MD

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