The other day, I was looking at images of my sister Jordan’s living room. Jordan hired Jenny of Little Green Notebook to assist with the interior design. Jenny lives on the opposite coast from Jordan, but offered up her services via email and phone. Jordan loved working with Jenny and the room looks terrific.

I was just thinking how cool it is that getting interior design help is so accessible these days. After the jump, I’ve listed some other drive-thru design services that have shown up in my inbox lately.

Design In A Bag
They offer professionally coordinated looks for your kitchen and bath.

Little Lavender
They offer a quick and easy way to create a polished children’s space with a reasonable price tag.

Fluff Your Stuff
Kari wrote to me about how they sent a 2-person team to remake her room with things she already owned. You can see a video clip here.

What do you think? Have you ever used any of the new interior design services? Would you like to try one? Also. Totally unrelated, but how do you like this image with a glossy coating on the ceiling? I can’t decide if the ceiling is glamorous, or if it feels like a giant mirror over the bed.