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HD expo design service
When we looked into this last summer, Home Depot Expo said we could have 1 hour with a designer for free. There was a flat fee for more time, which would be taken off if you bought something like $750 in materials. (I don't remember the exact cost.) You could go in, do the free one hour thing and see how you like it. But go in and make an appointment now -- at the time, it would have taken about 3 weeks until we would have been able to talk with a designer.
Seeking feedback: Expo Design Center, Emeryville
I want to remodel parts of my small condo's bathroom & kitchen (both, for my personal enjoyment, and, with eye to increase resale value). BTW my bathroom is higher priority than my kitchen.
I'm impressed with the design ideas I've seen at Home Depot's Expo Design Center in Emeryville. (I'm in nearby Oakland.) But, since I'm not familiar with this field, their prices seem too pricey for me. Yet I did a quick search of "Expo" for past comments this forum; I see some folks find them reasonably priced or not much higher than elsewhere. Hm. Well, I've already secured a $40K "equity line of credit" loan, although I really rather not come close to spending that much