Pick a recipe for your kitchen or bath from their website and Design in a Bag will send you a kit (for about US$100) with samples of your personalized selection. What a great semi-DIY concept, making good design accessible to everyone!
Medill kitchen recipe.
On the Design in a Bag website, you can browse online galleries of coordinated kitchen and bath looks, each carefully designed and crafted by Rebekah Zaveloff, an HGTV contributor and the creative force behind Chicago’s preeminent kitchen and bath interior design firm KitchenLab.
Before and After of a client using the Design In A Bag Burgoyne.
Design in a Bagincludes: cabinetry finishes showing color and wood species, countertop and tile selections, shopping / resource list, 4 large-format paint swatches and coordinating architectural drawings illustrating the finishes and wall colors – all which combine to help you envision and create your dream kitchen or bath.
via Design Milk