5 Virtual Interior Design Services to Try Now

In Architecture & Design by Suzanne KochLeave a Comment

Stuck at home and craving a total rehab of your space? Or maybe just a small but impactful refresh? Try one of these virtual interior design services that offer something for every style and budget without the need for in-person consultations.


This service has two plan options for those looking to do a complete overhaul or just a simple refresh. You’ll start with an easy questionnaire about your style before getting to choose which designer to work with based on their portfolios. You’ll be able to share your dream vision which the designer will work off of to create an initial inspiration plan. Then you’ll give feedback before getting the final room and a list of shoppable items. Depending on the plan you choose, you’ll receive layout visualizations and floor plans. havenly.com


While still virtual, RoomLift is more personal. You’ll answer open-ended questions and send in photographs about your space. You’ll then receive a customized box with different design options including things like paint and wallpaper samples, fabric swatches, suggested items and a floor plan. You’re then able to purchase items directly from retailers. Roomlift is great for those who need to actually touch and feel products before purchasing. roomlift.com

Pottery Barn

Unlike most virtual design services, Pottery Barn’s starts off with speaking directly to a design consultant instead of filling out a survey. The designer then creates a floor plan featuring an array of product suggestions from its line of eight brands like Williams Sonoma, West Elm, Pottery Barn and more. You’ll also get access to its Room Planner that showcases furniture and decor to scale in rooms so you can easily test out different products and share you design with others. Pottery Barn also offers a design chat if you just have a quick question. potterybarn.com


For those on a budget, Spacejoy offers packages starting at just $49. This app-based service allows you unlimited revisions (on higher packages) and 3D photos. Within the app, you’re able to move products around in the space and you can easily shop handpicked products from all the best home decor stores. Moreover, some of the pricier packages even include paint recommendations and window treatments for the full experience. spacejoy.com


Decorist kicks off with a fun project questionnaire where you provide details about your space and inspiration. Afterwards, you’re matched with a designer who suites your style and budget. You’ll then receive two initial design concepts that you’ll work off to give feedback before deciding on a final design, complete with a floor plan, shopping list and set up. The best part of Decorist is the option to choose your designer from the get-go (instead of being matched). You can choose from Classic, Elite and Celebrity designers, the latter of which features a collection of high-profile designers whose work has been published in magazines like Elle Decor and Architectural Digest. decorist.com

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