DENY’s Ask a Stylist

Ask a Stylist: DENY Designs

For the past couple of weeks, we’ve had an influx of people using our new Ask a Stylist free service and we couldn’t be more excited about helping people put together their dream gallery walls. With 10,000 pieces of art on our website, and 179 artists each with distinct styles, sometimes it helps to ask a DENY expert (who knows each and every piece of art), put together suggestions based on what you’re looking for.

With our three step process we’ve tried to make the whole experience as easy and streamlined as possible so creating your gallery wall is fun and you come away with a wall of your dreams. Here’s how it works:

  1. First, you fill out a short survey that gives our DENY stylists a feel for what you are going for in your gallery wall. What kind of styles you like, what you don’t like, how many pieces you are looking to incorporate into your gallery wall, you even have a chance to provide links to any inspiration you may have (whether from Pinterest, Instagram, or blog posts).
  2. Next, our DENY stylists get to work and put together a few options of different artwork based on your survey and send them on over to you. (We offer both email communication or phone call chats–you chose whatever method you prefer). From here, you tell us what your gravitating towards, we chat framing options (sizes and colors), and then we decide what will work best in your space.
  3. Once we figure out the final details, your stylist will send you a link to your shopping cart (with a killer discount applied) with everything you’ve discussed and all you have to do is checkout.

Pretty cool right?

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One thought on “DENY’s Ask a Stylist

  1. I have purchased 3 different shower curtains for myself and my 2 daughters over the past 2 years. I wish I had 5 bathrooms that needed shower curtains! I love the great colors and talented artistry that goes into all your awesome curtains. If my husband was less boring, I would have your stuff all over my house. I’ll keep working small things into my home; items he won’t really notice like pillows! Keep up the good work.

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