How It Works

Discover how furniture retailers scale and delegate their design workload.

Step 1

Create Design Project

Just about any type of design request is honored. Advertisements, marketing materials and even logos can be designed. See our full list here.

You can submit as many design projects as you want. Depending on your plan, either one or more of your projects will be worked on at the same time.

You’ll get your first draft within 48 – 72 business hours.

  • Our business hours are M-F 10am EST to 8pm EST

Step 2

Assigned to the best designers

Our designers have worked on and produced thousands of home furnishings ads for hundreds of retailers all across the country. We have over 100 years of experience in the home furnishings space.

Step 3

Review drafts & submit feedback

You’ll get a draft back within 48 – 72 business hours. Not 100% satisfied? Submit as many revisions as you want until you’re satisfied.

Your revisions will be dependent on your absolute deadline for the creative piece. Our proofing tool prioritizes the designers time to ensure an item needed to be done now, is done right now!

We will work on pairing up a new designer to give a fresh look or we can share some of our full agency clients work to give us a level ground of what you want to accomplish.

Step 4

Download your files instantly

Happy with the results? You can download all the design and source files instantly with a click of a button. No need to wait for someone to email files to you.

You will be given a google drive link which will have all of your source files available for download or sharing with our vendors.
You will specify the format you need the file in. If you need it reformatted into another file you can select that into a request form and we will get it sent to you ASAP.

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Fast turnaround. Fully managed. No complicated hiring. What’s not to love?

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