That living room of yours is due for an upgrade. From the half-finished paint job to the garage sale coffee table, it might finally be time to get serious about your living space. But where do you start? Answer: With Laurel + Wolf, an online interior design service powered by a select group of top notch designers. For a flat fee, you鈥檒l receive multiple designs for your sartorially slacking space along with all the information required to bring the plans to life.

Remember when we told you about Windsor Smith鈥檚 Room in a Box? Well this is kind of like that but with more options鈥 and a contest! Yep, that鈥檚 right 鈥 a contest. The process starts with a style quiz where your taste is determined by marking whether you 鈥渓ove or leave鈥 photographs of different rooms and furniture pieces. Next, you鈥檒l fill out a design brief where you explain the details about your space, upload photographs and point out any pieces you want to keep.

Then you鈥檒l pick a design package. For $199, three designers will review your information and recommend accessories. For $299, five designers compete to completely redo your space. And if you鈥檙e ready to go full Nate Berkus on this thing, for $499, the company鈥檚 top designers will compete, and the winning designer will purchase all of the items for you.

And voila! Your 鈥渃ontest鈥 is launched. But don鈥檛 let the wording fool you. This isn鈥檛 like that time you tried to win a trip to Hawaii. You鈥檝e already won. No matter what, you鈥檙e walking away with plans for a Pinterest-approved space. The contest aspect is more on the designers鈥 end. They submit style boards which show what your room will look like with their selection of products and accessories. Each board is made up of products available online and takes into account your taste and the information provided on your design survey.

But what鈥檚 stopping the designers from curating a room filled with a $5,000 couch and a handmade rug from Peru? Laurel and Wolf guarantee that each will stay under whatever budget you specify in the initial design brief (with the exclusion of taxes and shipping, which, keep in mind, can get pretty costly when it comes to furniture).

After you鈥檝e received the initial boards, there is a week long revision period in which you communicate with the designers telling them what you like and don鈥檛 like. (If you let a couple Tim Gunn inspired, 鈥淢ake it work, designers!鈥 slip we don鈥檛 blame you). Maybe you鈥檙e sent a board and it鈥檚 love at first sight. In that case, go ahead and cut the contest short and declare a winner. If none of the designs strike your fancy, you can launch a new contest or even get your money back. Once the contest is over, you鈥檒l receive the winning style board, a furniture plan, shopping list and instructions from your winning designer.

Laurel and Wolf鈥檚 service is like a digitally savvy way to finally get the chance to work with an interior designer without breaking the bank. And knowing we can do it all while in footie pajamas? We鈥檙e sold.

Would you trust Laurel and Wolf to revamp your space? Tell us below!