How much does it cost?

Redesign cost is a low flat rate based on room size. Open space concepts are measured as individual spaces (e.g. dining room/living room are priced as two smaller rooms). Inquire today and a rate card will be sent to you. Redesigns start at a flat rate of $450.

Same day accessory or furniture shopping is billed at an additional hourly rate. 

Color consultations are $365 for first 2 hours and $150 for each hour after.


How long does it take?

Redesign sessions vary depending on what is staying in the room and how quickly we find your inspiration point.

Bookings take between 2-4 hours. Expect 9-12.  All redesign sessions start at 9 AM.  Color consultations usually take about 2 hours and have 9:AM or 1PM start times.   


What about lunch?

Tess likes snacks and always brings her own. She'll bring lunch too should the appointment run into the afternoon. If the appointment will run past 1, she will take a short lunch break.


Tess has young twins, so she gets it.  This time is valuable and it's hard to really get your money's worth if you are distracted.  

Please have Childcare provided.

 


If you have questions after the redesign session (before you have your follow up appointment) a period of 20 minutes email and/or phone time is included with your redesign session. After that time, continued design conversation is billed at our hourly rate.

What if I have questions AFTER we meet?


Email. However, we're happy to schedule a call to discuss details or answer any questions.

What's the best way to reach you?


Usually about a month. It's a good idea to get your session and a follow up on the books as soon as you can. 

How long do you book out?


Yes, we can do that too! Designing a space without any existing pieces takes a bit longer, so we'll need to charge a bit more.  

Will you work with an empty space?


Tess Leeds Redesign is a one-woman operation. While we don't employ a team of contractors or movers,  we do have favorite tradespeople, handyman and painters that we are happy to share with you.  

Do you provide contractors, movers, etc?