Make Over Your Space Via Email

With the designer of their dreams living more than 1,000 miles away, these homeowners hatched a plan: Have her oversee their redo remotely! See the final results from HGTV Magazine.

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Kim Cornelison

The Homeowners

After following Jamie Meares' home blog (I Suwannee) for years, Quinn Risdall called Furbish Studio, Jamie's Raleigh, N.C., store, and asked the designer to decorate her Minneapolis, Minn., kitchen and family room long-distance. Quinn and her husband, Mike, both art directors, planned the redo with Jamie via email and text, sharing things ranging from "before" photos to fabric links. Jamie flew to Minneapolis just once to add finishing touches. The process worked so well that they all agreed to even more e-design.

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