Affordable interior decorating

Affordable interior decorating

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NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) -

Hiring an interior decorator to work on your home can be very costly.

Professional decorator Hilary Unger came up with a solution. She created Buy My Eye, an affordable interior design company that can help transform any home for thousands of dollars less than most interior designers.

"I go to the client's apartment for two, three, four hours and I give them on-the-spot advice. There is a flat fee," said Unger.

For $625 you can have Unger's on location advice.

"They get a design concept template with all the details that encompasses. Within a week I meet them and they receive a set of summary notes of what we discussed," said Unger.

For more information, visit BuyMyEye.net

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