The Shopping List is a game-changer for many of our clients. Simple, comprehensive, and done for you. We’ve partnered up with some of the top furniture brands in the country, as well as smaller local retailers, to make shopping easy and affordable.
The Shopping List helps our designers create beautiful spaces at smaller prices, making the most of every budget.
When using the Shopping List, you are always supported by our dedicated Concierge team that works to expedite and manage orders as efficiently as possible. With the orders taken care of, this frees up time for our designers to do more of what they do best: Design!
How does the Shopping List work?
All Stylesmiths clients have access to our Shopping List Service. This means that once you’ve had your initial consult and purchased design hours, you’re ready to go!
The process is openly collaboratively. Based on your meetings, your designer can gather product inspiration, populate your online list with pieces you love, and guide you through completing your purchase with a single checkout.
There’s no obligation to buy, but with our convenient ordering service, you’ll want to. Our team will liaise with suppliers on your behalf and keep you updated on product delivery/order status.
In line with our mission to provide accessible design, we give you access to our exclusive Trade Discounts. Save up to 45% of RRP for a 10% procurement fee.
How long is the initial consultation?
Typically one hour!
The initial consultation is all about your designer getting to know you, your project and the space they have to work with. Likewise, this is also your opportunity to get to know your designer and ask lots of questions! To make the most of your first hour together, consider:
– Having a short list of design ideas ready to go (including your Pinterest board). The best way to narrow down is identifying what you have, want you want and what you need. These things aren’t always immediately obvious to designers.
– Designers aren’t mind readers, so to make sure everyone’s on the same page communicate your expectations for the overall project. Knowing your approximate budget, timeline and priorities will help your designer move efficiently and ultimately set a good foundation for your working relationship.
– If you’re totally clueless as to where to start, that’s okay! Use your consultation to brainstorm some broad ideas, possible solutions and hear his or her POV on your space. They are coming in with fresh, talented eyes, but keep in mind that you can still guide them in laying the groundwork for your design.
Will my designer design my home / space in the 1-hour consult?
Remember, the initial consult is generally only an hour long! In amidst getting to know each other, the space and your vision, your designer won’t have time to specify paint colour, create floor plans or help you hang art. They are things to look forward to once you’ve accepted your Design Proposal and purchase design hours.
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