“Our clients receive top, professional interior design services for less than the price of a nice sofa,” notes Principal Designer and Rogue owner, Michael Haas.
INDIANAPOLIS (PRWEB) January 04, 2012
Rogue Virtual Design, a web based interior design firm known for its innovative design practices, has just released their new virtual design product, Do-It-Yourself-Designer. Rogue’s product addresses the interior design needs of the growing number of do-it-yourself enthusiasts looking to beautify their homes while increasing property value, regardless of location or budget.
“Our product is not another web based room planner. It is a comprehensive, affordable interior design plan that we custom-make and tailor to each client’s particular space,” said Michael Haas, Design Principal and owner. Rogue works closely with their clients via a detailed client questionnaire, email, and free phone consultations to gather information on clients’ design tastes, room details, and space usage needs. With this information, the Rogue design team creates a custom interior design plan tailor-made to the client’s space that the client then implements at their own pace as their budget allows. This product reflects Rogue’s mission to make high end interior design services available to people who previously saw such services as out of reach.
Rogue announced it will offer the Do-It-Yourself-Designer product for $985 for any room except kitchens, which are priced per project. Haas noted that, “Our clients receive top, professional interior design services for less than the price of a nice sofa.”
Staying true to their mission, Rogue’s $985 design fee also includes a complementary DIY Contractor Kit, which is composed of a Project Management Cheat Sheet, Guide to Choosing Contractors/Laborers, a Remodeling Order of Tasks Guide, and a free membership to Angie’s List, where clients can search local, customer-rated laborers for any of the work the client chooses not to do themselves.
As a design innovator, Rogue has not limited their creativity to designing spaces. The Do-It-Yourself-Designer product is delivered to clients in the form and layout of an interior design magazine, with the contents detailing the project’s scope, design scheme, floor plan, a full pictorial inventory, and a comprehensive shopping list by which clients can purchase everything included in the design.
Rogue Virtual Design and an example of their Do-It-Yourself-Designer product can be found on the World Wide Web at: