DESIGN THE HOME YOU LOVE BOOK DESIGN THE HOME YOU LOVE BOOK

DESIGN THE HOME YOU LOVE BOOK

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The traditional interior design world is intimidatingly expensive for most home and apartment dwellers, and as a result most of us never even attempt to take on the interior design of our own homes. Lee Mayer and Emily Motayed saw this need. To fill the gap, they started Havenly, a one-stop shop for affordable interior design precisely suited to your own home and your own specific tastes—and, most important, your own real-life budget. The creators of Havenly came up with an understandable way to break down the ambiguous world of home design, which has now been distilled into a book that will both inspire and instruct.

In Design the Home You Love, you learn how to first identify your own style (whether you’re a fan of the traditional classic style, Parisian elegance, or California modern) and then you learn how to incorporate furniture that matches your style and fits your budget. Design the Home You Love takes you step by step and room by room through each part of the home to help you fulfill your home’s potential.

Whether you’re looking to give your home a complete makeover, or merely spruce up your rental apartment’s living room and take it from blah to fab, Lee brings fresh ideas, advice, and inspiration to the table. Illustrated with photography from Havenly’s personal collections and new photography shot at clients’ homes and their own Denver-based studio space, this is the interior design book that finally makes it possible for us all to achieve our design goals.

About the Authors

Lee Mayer and Emily Motayed are founders of the interior design company, Havenly, and have business degrees from Wharton and Harvard. They have just completed their second round of venture capital funding, and have built an incredible network of media support and influencers.

They regularly partner with huge brands such as Target and most recently Food 52. Since the launch of the company they have been recognized as women to watch and rising entrepreneurs by publications such as the New York Times, USATODAY, and Inc.