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From a recent press release:

Why buy new furniture when you can rearrange what you have? . . .

That’s the question Elaine Sandberg, founder of Re-Design asked herself last year when she opened her interior rearrangement company. “Everyone is cutting back on interior design and retail spending for their home or office, but still demand good looking space, space that fulfills its functions, and is aesthetically tasteful,” said Ms. Sandberg from her own recently re-arranged home in Rancho Park. “The economy has re-designed most people’s pocket book and lifestyle, so I created a way to ‘face-lift’ your home,” continued Ms. Sandberg . . . .

Ms. Sandberg charges $200 per room to re-design and re-arrange. Special rates are given for entire homes and suites of offices and she’ll even help move the furniture!

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Sounds like a real money-saver.


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