Interior Decorating + Design Services

WKNDR Design offers services to assist with all of your decorating, design, and staging needs. Whether it is an overlooked nook in your home that needs finishing touches, a temporary/transitional living space that you still want to feel like a 'home' without breaking the bank, or entire rooms and renovations, WKNDR Design can do it all. We also offer staging services for real estate and spec houses to help your property get noticed by buyers and increase your ROI. 

All pricing is based on the scope of the project. We do not charge an hourly rate so that our clients can have an accurate depiction of the cost of the design work upfront, which helps everyone to stick to their budget for the project. Initial consultations are always free.

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Charlottesville, VA

Summer 2017

WKNDR Deisgn fully furnished and decorated a new 2,100 sq ft AirBnB vacation rental house in the Ivy area of Charlottesville. The home sleeps up to 14 and was decorated to appeal to bachelorette and wedding parties and wine tour weekends. Home has already booked out through the Fall season.

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Rockport, MA

Tiny beach vacation rental cottage upgrade! This project was completed within 72 hours and included a budget of $1,500-$2,000 for new furnishings and decor. The home immediately booked up with a 322% return on investment within the first rental month.


Featured Recent Projects






The client had a need to fit a specific number of booths for seating against the back portion of the restaurant. We designed and created these tufted leather booths as a custom solution. We crafted each by hand, outsourcing the upholstery work to U-FAB in Charlottesville and sourcing the turned wood legs from Osborne Wood Company in Georgia. I also chose the pendants to evoke a sophisticated/vintage feel. We added the 10' high custom sliding barn doors, featuring reclaimed oak, to separate the main dining from the event space and also add more texture into the room.




One of the coolest parts of working with this space was the history. Originally an ice factory, the industrial features have been maintained over the years. We were able to get original black and white photos of the ice factory in high resolution blown up and framed and used them as wall decor throughout the space. I also chose Benjamin Moore's Yorktowne Green as the wall color help bring some moody tones to the space.



We used local barn wood salvaged from a farm in the Charlottesville area on the barn doors and seat surrounds. The other wood was new lumber that we torched to give it an aged look. Industrial plumbing pipes were added to the tops of the booths to give some height to each without being obstructive as well as add an industrial element to the design of the space.





Talk about a fun project! The details: Furnish and decorate a new 2,000 square foot townhouse in Charlottesville to specifically appeal to bachelorette parties and 'gal pal weekends'. Because of the types of groups that are being hosted, maximizing sleeping potential is key while still keeping the space fun and airy.