Affordable Space Planning Tool Allows Children, Teenagers and College Students to Design Their Perfect Bedroom or Living Area for Back to School
A new patented life-sized, lightweight, reusable pre-printed furniture "template" kit makes it easy to "place" furniture before buying it in a youth or teenager's bedroom -- or even a college dorm room. Buy once and use every year or hand down. This affordable space planning tool is great for those on a budget and promises to take the guess-work out of furniture purchasing and interior design.
Prairie Village, KS (PRWEB) August 8, 2006
Often a parent and teenager's inability to envision a new design for a room leaves them feeling fit to be tied. Now Mom or Dad can put down that tattered 1/4-inch scale drawing. DYI Design Yourself Interiors, Inc.(http://www. designyourselfinteriors. com (http://www. designyourselfinteriors. com)) has created life-size furniture "templates" that can be cut to replicate the actual size of furniture before a purchase is finalized.
Parents and students of all ages nationwide have been flocking to purchase the affordable DYI templates before the first class starts to create a harmonious and functional living and study space. The DYI template is the creation of two high-end interior designers turned entrepreneurs -- Kathy Wagner and Melody Davidson. As an expert in residential and commercial interior design, Ms. Davidson has more than 25 years of professional experience nationwide. She views the balance created by proper furniture placement as the foundation for designing an attractive, comfortable and functional room for students. DYI Co-Founder Kathy Wagner has traveled the world servicing her international interior design clients and owns a high-end firm based in Atlanta, Georgia. DYI Templates have been designed as a do-it-yourself space planning tool to eliminate frustration and create a room the "flows."
"It has been scientifically proven that visual tools -- such as DYI Templates -- allow the younger person or parent to clarify their thinking, reinforce understanding of space, easily integrate new concepts, and quickly identify misconceptions," said Kathy Wagner, one of DYI templates original developers and co-founder of Design Yourself Interiors, Inc. "We are excited that our affordable interior design product assists both the young person and parent in saving time, money, and hopefully the heartache that comes with the realization that the wrong piece or size of furniture was purchased."
DYI template kits sell for $29.99. For more information or to order individual kits or in bulk, visit http://www. designyourselfinteriors. com (http://www. designyourselfinteriors. com) or call 866-692-6700. Media Contact: For free full-size samples of DYI Templates or high res photos, contact Ria Romano at 786-290-6413.