Let's Get Started.TAKE ME TO THE DESIGN QUESTIONNAIRE
Let us know what you're thinking
Let's talk about what your dream room would look like. We'll discuss your style, pick a budget and collect any input and images you'd like to share with us — whether for a full overhaul, or just some ideas to pull the room together. This is when we will determine the best package for your project.
This is a team effort. Our expert designers will guide you through the design process and work one-on-one with you throughout the entire project. You and your designer will determine solutions that best suit your needs. Local customers can opt for a full service package that includes site visits and complete room setup.
The fun part
We will present two design concepts with mood boards that include color pallets, furniture, toy selections, and other finishings based on your style and requirements. This step is the time to make revisions and perfect your dream! We offer two rounds of revisions to ensure the room lives up to your expectations.
Get the V.I.P. treatment
After the design stage is complete, we provide a list of items to be purchased. We order and arrange delivery of everything. We're not going to leave you hanging! Once everything is delivered, we can work with you virtually or in-person to help you with the final install.
Who are we?
Our team is made up of innovators, creatives and get things done-ers. athome was founded by the creators of Norman & Jules, whose toys encourage imaginative, open-ended play. That ethos, is what we follow when it comes to designing a space for your child. The environment that your child spends time in is just as important as the toys that they play with.
A child's bedroom plays a significant role in housing their imagination, independence, and creativity, no matter their age. It speaks a lot about their likes, dislikes, personality, and way of life. The different stages in a child's life suggest a constant change in the room's decor and appearance.
Play influences all areas of development; it offers children the opportunity to learn about the self, others, and the physical environment. It encourages aspects of social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development that cannot be achieved any other way.