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Home makeover by Decorator’s Notebook
This package is no longer available
Sourcing for unique and inspiring pieces of furniture for a home isn’t a walk in the park. Priti Devi found herself in that exact situation when she was trying to furnish her new home in Singapore, and it was then that she decided to start Decorator’s Notebook.
The luxury home accessories and interior styling portal offers a collection of carefully curated pieces from around the globe. Products sold include throw pillows with natural shell and mother-of-pearl embellishments, coffee tables in stingray skin, and bathroom accessories in horn and wenge wood produced by master craftsmen in Italy.
For a limited time only, Devi is offering customers a styling and consultancy session when they purchase a package through Robb Report. The package includes a personal style session where Devi will provide insights on the best way to decorate the home to suit your personality and preferences. This includes a home visit, which allows her to gauge the size of the home, along with current pieces of furniture, before offering advice on the best way of redecorating the home. Upon selecting the items, Devi will then personally set up the home and dining ware.
As a bonus, Devi will help with a one-time dinner party set up, for when you decide to throw a lavish dinner in your home. After gaining an understanding on the theme of the party, Priti will select S$2,000 worth of home accessories from Decorator’s Notebook and decorate the living and dining areas. Home and dining ware supplied for the dinner can be kept by you thereafter.Read More
- A style-and-consultancy session with founder Priti Devi
- S$10,000 of homeware, with complimentary product set up
- A one-time dinner party set up for a private dinner.
Priti will personally decorate the owner’s dining and living areas with S$2,000 worth of accessories, which the owner will later get to keep
Gift must be purchased by 13 February 2016.
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