Suz.e.teriors

When local interior designer SuzAnn Kletzien shared her new a la carte business model, called suz.e.teriors with me, I thought, great, another designer making her services more accessible…

  
When local interior designer SuzAnn Kletzien shared her new a la carte business model, called suz.e.teriors with me, I thought, great, another designer making her services more accessible, transparent and budget-friendly. This is a good thing for all of us and there are several models out there, with designers such as Michael Richman offering his lower-priced R Studio services, Angela Stone offering weekend makeovers, and Kelly + Olive attracting clients with their fun mood boards and DIY direction. Kletzien’s service is almost completely online. She asks potential clients to fill out questionnaires and submit room dimensions and then, she delivers them a binder that includes all sorts of info, from layouts to products to shopping resources. Pricing is clearly outlined on her website as well. This is similar to what others in town do, but what I found amazing about Kletzien’s website is her Style Locator. To help people narrow their aesthetic she has come up with 12 mood boards, with names such as Greenwich Village, West Loop, Marseilles—and, for the most part, she nails them. So much fun to look through! 

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