Olioboard Rolls Out Its Online Personal Home Stylist Service.


Olioboard Rolls Out Its Online Personal Home Stylist Service.

Olioboard has recently announced the launching of its free personalized home stylist shopping platform. This brand new service connects those whoa are in need of help on a designed with professional interior designers who help the clients shop for products that are the correct fitting for their home.

The Works.

The clients simply submits their projects briefly detailed the room they need help on designing or the products that they are shopping for. They shall discusses the necessities with the designer who will then go on to create a gorgeous and personalized 2D and 3D room designs that the consumer  can share and shop with a simple click.

“At Olioboard we are passionate about creating a new and innovative online shopping experience that centers around personalization,” says Sheilah MacSporran CEO of Olioboard. “Shopping online is a great way to get the best deals on products but it is also tough to find the right sofa when you are confronted with thousands of options. Our designers learn about you, your likes and dislikes and select the perfect items that fit your style, your home and your budget.”


Olioboard does not charge either of their clients or designers. It takes sales commission from its retailer partners over at hayneedle.com and shares the majority of it with the designers.

 “We are thrilled to be partnering with hayneedle.com, one of the largest and most trusted online retailers where you can find home furnishings and décor for every room, every style and every budget.”

Oliboard first launched during 2010 as an online interior design moodboard creator where members would be able to create amazing 2d and 3 D room designs utilizing the library of over 100,000 products from amazing brands such as Crate and Barrelt, West Elm, Dwell, and much more.

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