Howdy! Today I’m excited to share a free Room Design Plan Printable with all of you, a tool to help you to stay organized during the room makeover process.
As most of you know by now, I’ve been on a major room-by-room redesign rampage in my home these past 2 years. So far, seven different rooms have been completely overhauled (you can check out all of the room makeover reveals here). I’m gearing up to tackle a few more redesign projects as part of the One Room Challenge this fall and next spring. I can’t WAIT to get the party started!
One thing I’ve learned in the process of revamping a space is that there are a lot of moving parts to keep track of during the project. I’ve used quite a few heavy-duty home redesign organizational tools to manage these moving parts in previous redesign projects.
But sometimes, the simplest organizing solutions are the most useful.
When it comes to the process of gathering interior design inspiration for a project, I love to use a dedicated Pinterest board as a central place for collecting ideas. In addition, I’ll typically create a project binder to store paint samples, contractor information, etc. Recently, it occurred to me that having a Master Plan that captures all of the key pieces of information about a particular room redesign project in one place would be super useful.
So recently, I sat down and created a two-page Room Design Plan printable that has a place to record all of the basic information needed to complete a decorating project from start to finish. And I’m so excited to share this printable with all of you!
How to Use the Room Design Planner Printable
Use the first page of the Room Design Planner to:
- set your goals for the redesign project
- set an overall budget and a deadline for completion
- break down your project into specific action steps
- record specific paint color selections
- make a decluttering plan by earmarking existing items in the space that you plan to donate, sell, or relocate (grab your Declutter Tool Kit here)
- brainstorm ideas for how you can introduce a statement piece into the space to give it that Wow! Factor
On the second page of the Planner printable, you’ve got space to:
- record room dimensions and draw out a sketch of your new room layout
- create a detailed shopping list for your project
Here’s a peek at the Planner in action:
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Got a room makeover in your future? Be sure to snag your copy of the Room Design Planner printable to help you plan, organize and execute your project! Be sure to check out my entire collection of free printables, designed to help you get organized and be productive!