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Instant Interior Gratification: Interior Decorators Network Helps Create Happier Homes In Hours Without Spending Money

NEW YORK, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Interior Redecorators Network® (IRN), the international organization of one-day decorators, with members in more than 100 cities, will present its 'Instant Interior Gratification, 2014' campaign throughout September to homeowners and renters who are seeking quick and inexpensive redecorating ideas to transform their homes this autumn.

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Just as children are returning to school, lots of people are coming back home from vacations and summer days spent outdoors. Many are not pleased with what they find as they begin to spend more time inside. Whether their rooms are cluttered, dark or simply in need of a bit of refreshing, fall is the time many homeowners reevaluate their houses and apartments before they hunker down for the winter.

Members of the IRN specialize in providing simple solutions to common decorating issues, by utilizing existing home furnishings. Thanks to HGTV and other networks offering interior design shows that reveal dramatic before and after room transformations on a budget, Americans desiring the same benefits have been calling local members of the IRN to help them create more comfortable and stylish rooms without purchasing a lot of new pieces.

"Our clients are very surprised when they see how quickly and easily we correct their design dilemmas. In a couple of hours, rooms look more open, more airy, prettier and more tranquil-feeling," said IRN founder, Lauri Ward. As they watch their homes being de-cluttered, their furniture and accessories being rearranged, and new storage spaces being revealed, almost everyone seems to express the same sentiment: "I never would have thought of that!" "Clients are very gratified when they realize how much hidden potential their homes actually have," said Ward. "And IRN members get a big thrill from making people happier in their homes, too. It's a win-win."

The Interior Redecorators Network is a 501C not-for-profit trade organization of certified interior redecorators located across North America and Internationally. The organization's founder, Lauri Ward, recognized for pioneering the one day room makeover niche, has become known through her frequent television appearances on "The Oprah Winfrey Show," "ABC Evening News," "The Today Show," various HGTV shows, as well as many other national programs and publications. The trademark of the IRN organization is to demonstrate how homeowners can make their spaces beautiful without discarding their existing furniture and accessories. 

For more information on the Interior Redecorators Network and to locate a certified interior redecorator near you, go to http://www.InteriorRedecorators.com 

Contact:
Jonelle Tannahill, Information Officer
Interior Redecorators Network
916 833-7807 or 916 660-9249
Email

SOURCE Interior Redecorators Network

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