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Home design services

The DIY TV shows always make it look so easy, but sometimes you don't have the time or know exactly where to start. We know how you feel. You have the vision, but just aren't sure what to do next.

Now, if you live in the Northern Virginia, Maryland or D.C. area, the answer is just a few clicks away. Just complete the form below.

Red Barn Mercantile is teaming up with Lindsay Boudreaux and her company Shotgun Double to offer design services and special discounts on the furniture and home décor accessories you buy from us.

Here's how it works:

  • For an hourly fee you get two teams for the price of one: Lindsay, an ASID- and LEED-certified interior designer with 16 years of experience and her team, as well as Red Barn Mercantile's nine years of curating home furnishings experience and resources.

  • You save 50 percent on the first working meeting. At our first meeting we will spend one to two hours giving you initial ideas.

  • You save 10 percent and any procurement fees on any items purchased through Red Barn Mercantile. Our staff will procure any Red Barn Mercantile pieces for you and usher you through the process without any additional fees. Plus, you get 10 percent off everything you buy through us.

  • One free hour of interior styling. The Red Barn Mercantile team will swoop in for one hour after all is moved in and help you style your bookshelves, arrange pillows, suggest where to hang art, and more.

Let's get started!

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