Aug
30

Win It: Design In a Bag.


Design In a Bag is a seriously good idea that works by introducing you to collections of professionally coordinated kitchen and bath design recipes. It’s like you’re getting an interior designer’s expertise without the high price. Browse online galleries of coordinated kitchen and bath looks, each carefully designed and crafted by Rebekah Zaveloff. After picking your favorite concept (or two, or three) into the mail it goes! Complete concepts include cabinet, countertop, tile and paint samples, shopping list and hand-drawn renderings. Once they show up at your door you can sit down with a glass of wine, feel the materials, and picture your redesigned room before taking action.

This week one of you has the chance to win the concept of your choice and get crackin’ on that room that screams ugly.

To Enter, Tell Me in a Comment:
1. Which room in your home needs a little TLC?
2. Your email address.
3. Do it all by Monday, September 6th at 9am CST.

The Fine Print: Please leave only one comment. Those who do not leave a valid email address will be disqualified. Winners will be selected randomly using random.org and contacted Monday, September 6th.

57 Comments on “Win It: Design In a Bag.”

  • Holly

    oh i LOVE this! my master bathroom needs help. we havent touched it since we bought it, dont know where to begin.

    zuccherozuccheroblog@gmail.com

    08-30-10 » 5:37 pm »

  • LC

    My bathroom is looking kinda sad!

    08-30-10 » 5:40 pm »

  • Mamma

    Oh I have a family room with an ugly rose pink brick wall AND brown paneling AND a popcorn ceiling. HELP!

    08-30-10 » 5:41 pm »

  • Emily

    I know it sounds cliche, but my kitchen needs the most help. The poor dear is stuck in "model home hell." I relate it to being attacked by doilies and wax fruit. It's downright unappetizing. I crave modern simplicity without fuss, flourish or fruited tile!

    Thanks!
    emily@provost.org

    08-30-10 » 5:51 pm »

  • manicmolly

    1. My Living Room, it's the weirdest shape and we just haven't bothered trying to make it look better.

    2.lithiumorama@gmail.com

    3.Done before Monday, September 6th at 9am.

    08-30-10 » 5:54 pm »

  • carly

    Our bedroom. It is the last room in the house to be all gussied-up and it is a sad sight… we need help!

    cmonrean@gmail.com

    08-30-10 » 6:09 pm »

  • jennifer

    Bathroom. Grey vinyl tile. Sad every time I see it.

    08-30-10 » 6:10 pm »

  • Claire Gibson King

    so cool! my kitchen is on the to do list for a renovation.

    kingclaireg@yahoo.com

    08-30-10 » 6:11 pm »

  • Julie

    I think i'm safe in saying our Master Bedroom – lived here for 16 years and we don't even have a headboard!

    julie@heritagesolutionsok.com

    08-30-10 » 6:21 pm »

  • Amanda

    oh, oh, oh. My mudroom/laundry room is the next project on my list!

    suckerformarketing@gmail.com

    08-30-10 » 6:27 pm »

  • Ashley

    my bedroom. super small and the closet is tiny and slightly damaged….

    08-30-10 » 6:42 pm »

  • erin

    i'm commenting for my ever-so-hardworking-but-short-on-cash parents whose pride & joy is their home. their living room is in need of some serious love & a refresh would make their YEAR!

    erin@erinfrey.com

    you rock, thanks for the always-awesome giveaways.

    08-30-10 » 6:54 pm »

  • The Lil Bee

    What a fantastic giveaway! Well, let's see… I suppose the obvious choice at the moment would be to nominate my kitchen, which has yet to be repaired since my bathroom pipe leaked through the ceiling last week. However, since that's hardly a design challenge (more like carpentry disaster), I'd have to vote on my dining room. It's been almost two years since we moved in and I've yet to buy a chandelier, dining room chairs, window treatments, or any wall decor. I have a good idea of what I want, but so many questions re: color, fabrics, how to make the adjoining kitchen and living room transition seamlessly.

    Oh, and since I've just written a book on my woe-is-me situation, I'll now sign off so that others can participate. Here's my email;)
    melisa @ thelilbee

    xo

    08-30-10 » 6:58 pm »

  • Leilani

    This would be great for the bathroom we're putting in the basement. Thanks!

    johnthegirl@hotmail.com

    08-30-10 » 7:09 pm »

  • heidi

    its time to re-do my master bedroom and i would love some help with it!

    hebusbebus @ hotmail . com

    08-30-10 » 7:37 pm »

  • HannahB.

    Ugh! My office! Most definitely :)
    hannahbdesign@gmail.com

    08-30-10 » 7:40 pm »

  • Jingle

    My living room needs some work. I'm tired of the previous design, but I love my furniture, so new wall accents and a new arrangement along with some cute accent pieces would rock!

    08-30-10 » 7:46 pm »

  • Kalee

    OH MY GOODNESS!! We just bought our first house and I am in the process of designing the whole house!! I think the room that needs the most TLC would be the kitchen! I LOVE TO COOK and with being connected to the family room, I want it to flow with the decor! I love the idea of this! It make coordinating looks a lot easier!

    bakpakgrl@msn.com

    Thanks for the help!
    ~K~

    08-30-10 » 8:04 pm »

  • paige crosland anderson

    a little TLC? try a lot. to the tune of a nursery for by babe coming in february!

    paige.crosland@gmail.com

    08-30-10 » 8:07 pm »

  • Stephanie

    Bedroom, desperately!!!!

    -Stephanie

    okieot(at)gmail(dot)com

    08-30-10 » 8:52 pm »

  • Myra

    Hands down, the basement! It's everybody's favourite room, hence it's looking a tad disheveled.

    myra

    headgirl.myra@gmail.com

    08-30-10 » 9:07 pm »

  • Mich

    my bathroom – its so boring!

    08-30-10 » 9:20 pm »

  • Kim W.

    woops.. that comment was meant for a friend! im sorry! i hate when that happens… i think my bathroom needs some serious TLC! we just moved house and the bathrooms has been neglected. my email is: kutekiwi77@hotmail.com

    08-30-10 » 9:51 pm »

  • Rob Young

    My bedroom is looking so boring!

    bubblenut is the first part of the email and the bit after the at sign is gmail.com

    08-30-10 » 9:52 pm »

  • The Modern Socialite

    I need a full home makeover because we are moving in October from Atlanta to Baltimore and may end up having to renovate the bathroom and kitchen. I am in dire need of a few new ideas to keep my home bright and vibrant through that winter months because I work from home. (I don't want to get depressed because ATL is sunny year round).

    amber.blu@gmail.com

    08-30-10 » 10:07 pm »

  • ibaxter

    Definitely my bedroom – the guest bedroom is looking WAY more inviting!

    imogen.baxter@gmail.com

    08-30-10 » 10:51 pm »

  • Becky S

    What a great idea! I'm always in need of a little design inspiration. My husband and I just celebrated our 1 year wedding anniversary and sadly enough our bedroom is crying out for help. Mauve carpet, mauve walls, no true bedroom set and nothing on the walls. bmiscstuff@gmail.com

    08-30-10 » 10:54 pm »

  • Susan

    The kitchen! Oh, the kitchen. The husband and I live in a "pre-war" NYC building, built in 1928. Original cabinets, flooring and a range installed in the 50's are crying for replacement. Mini updates have been done throughout the years, mainly to rectify a sudden or pending disaster, but the time has come to gut the room and begin anew.

    08-30-10 » 11:44 pm »

  • JJB

    oh how cool! right now my guest bedroom is the room where extra furniture goes to die. it's needs some major help!

    jana(dot)brunken(at)gmail(dot)com

    08-31-10 » 12:14 am »

  • Anonymous

    My kitchen! Blech.
    fivedavis@shaw.ca

    08-31-10 » 1:47 am »

  • Laura Gerencser

    My bathroom needs a makeover… badly!! This is awesome!!
    purple banana 1991 at gmail dot com

    08-31-10 » 2:03 am »

  • leni

    my living room is so dull and plain. the kitchen opens up to it, and it is so difficult to separate the space between the two, so nothing has been done to either.

    ilovemyleni(at)gmail(dot)com

    08-31-10 » 2:06 am »

  • helmetorheels

    My living room needs some TLC! Now that the kids are moved out would love a refreshed look!

    08-31-10 » 2:08 am »

  • alexkeller

    i'm planning on a master bath redo, so this is very timely!
    alexpetryna[at]yahoo[dot]com

    08-31-10 » 2:37 am »

  • riga

    my bedroom. it's pretty much empty right now with only a bed. looking pretty sad and lonely :(

    plearnie@gmail.com

    08-31-10 » 3:42 am »

  • Andrea!!!

    What fun!!

    Ahem. I mean, our bedroom needs some serious TLC. We have some old doors for a headboard (sounded cooler than it turned out) and lots of pictures on the walls…covering the myriad of failed paint swatches on the wall!

    aahfolsom (at) gmail (dot) com

    08-31-10 » 4:19 am »

  • Becky-Lee

    Love this, as I’m renovating the ugliest rental in the world, no budget, idea poor…. I would love to do -over my bedroom, one small haven to keep me sane for the next 6 years till we can afford to buy, hopefully.

    Thanks so much for a great give away

    becca07lee@hotmail.com

    Fingers and toes crossed

    08-31-10 » 4:58 am »

  • Dobbygirl

    My master bedroom, needs some help!

    08-31-10 » 11:08 am »

  • AMBER

    I just bought my first home and its 90+ years old and has never been renovated! My kitchen and I are in desperate need of inspiration! I love this idea and the designs are gorgeous!

    Thanks for hosting a great giveaway!
    Amber

    ayguidry@gmail.com

    08-31-10 » 2:08 pm »

  • Anonymous

    My kitchen is in need!
    amylucey@nycap.rr.com

    08-31-10 » 4:16 pm »

  • Taylor-Ann

    Our Kitchen needs a little TLC…

    email: taylorann.b@gmail.com

    08-31-10 » 4:19 pm »

  • anne.elizabeth

    I just moved to this city and all I have in my front room is boxes and a rug. ah!
    annewallin@gmail.com

    08-31-10 » 5:40 pm »

  • WalkingKeno

    I think my bedroom is the place that needs the most help. It's tiny!
    aacolyer@gmail.com

    08-31-10 » 6:24 pm »

  • Anonymous

    Ooops, omitted the email address: susanfilm@mac.com

    The kitchen! Oh, the kitchen. The husband and I live in a "pre-war" NYC building, built in 1928. Original cabinets, flooring and a range installed in the 50's are crying for replacement. Mini updates have been done throughout the years, mainly to rectify a sudden or pending disaster, but the time has come to gut the room and begin anew.

    08-31-10 » 6:25 pm »

  • Elise

    I really want to do an outdoor space for my parents. They have had no grass and a broken pool for years. Please pick me :)

    emr.89.love@gmail.com

    08-31-10 » 8:50 pm »

  • amor

    Our living room… Its awful! No anything except TV.

    Fingers crossed.
    :)

    08-31-10 » 10:37 pm »

  • Zoë

    The living/dining room is the patient here.
    zoe.appel@hotmail.com

    08-31-10 » 11:04 pm »

  • indie

    even though our family room is fun it needs a makeover with storage solutions!

    thanks!

    08-31-10 » 11:06 pm »

  • la

    our living room needs some vim!
    Pamella@tbaytel.net
    thanks

    09-01-10 » 2:27 am »

  • kay.

    my bathroom needs a little bit of TLC
    it looks so sad and dull

    09-01-10 » 10:42 am »

  • Blair

    Our kitchen is in desperate need of some loving! The wall color was supposed to be sage green but is oh so much more sad, hospital green. When we painted the cabinets, we used the wrong type of white paint and now it is chiping terribly. The trim is all cream colored which drives me bananas against the white. Oh dear do we need some help!

    bmoneynelson(at)gmaildotcom

    09-01-10 » 2:05 pm »

  • glynis

    My kitchen. Built in 1974, never updated, brown. And not the pretty brown. And it's really not very functional. Although, my vent hood does explain how to properly cook weiners. When we bought the house 4 years ago, it was priority one. Then everything else fell apart and it hit the bottom of the list. Some day…

    gr8fulg@gmail.com

    09-01-10 » 2:12 pm »

  • Melissa

    We're in a rental, so we can't do much about our embarrassing basement. It's unfinished, but since the footprint of our house is so small (500 sq ft upstairs), we use it all.

    Yup.

    Our office is in the creepy unfinished part. So is my "studio", our "garage", our "laundry room" and our "work out room". We just need to move.

    Love this design in a bag! If I were a homeowner, I'd TOTALLY need a million of these.

    09-01-10 » 3:01 pm »

  • Betsy

    our master bedroom. now that my boyfriend and I live together, we can't quite find a way to merge all of our clothes efficiently. also, our master bedroom is not very masterful. i did get some dwell studios bedding (draper stripe) but i can't find things for our walls!

    09-01-10 » 3:53 pm »

  • maddy

    my tiny little bathroom could use a little extra love.

    09-01-10 » 6:42 pm »

  • nikki

    My bathroom. But it's so tiny, it's hard to see what to do to make it better.

    nik.strohl@gmail.com

    09-01-10 » 9:14 pm »

  • PMG Smith Family

    My dining needs work. Well… to be honest, almost every room in my house needs a facelift. Anyway, I painted the walls and now I'm at a loss. I need a light fixture, window treatments… furniture. haha

    petermarysmith AT gmail DOT com

    09-01-10 » 9:33 pm »

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