Interior Design Sales Letter!

A well written Interior Design sales letter can help you grow your client base. But it must be mailed to the right list.

Be sure to read the Interior Design marketing tips below after you read the marketing letter.

Interior Design Sales Letter Example!

Recipients Name
City, State, Zip

Dear Name,

Do you have a vision of what you want your home to look like but not sure how to bring it to life?

My name is (Name) and I am a professional, certified Interior Designer. In other words, I can help you articulate your vision into reality.

Whether you just need one room remodeled and designed to your taste, or you want a new home to be designed from the ground up and you don’t want to lift a finger, myself and my team can take the burden off your shoulders so that you can relax and enjoy the process.

Or, if you like to do a lot of the work yourself and you just want a shopping list and someone to point you in the right direction, I can do that too!

The amount of time, money, and aggravation you’ll save using my services will be well worth the small investment you make.

Here’s what some of my clients have to say:

Testimonial about how amazing the results were.
Testimonial about how much time and money was saved.
Testimonial about how smooth, fun, and educational the experience was.

You can get the similar or better results when you use me as your personal home design and interior design expert.

Please call me at 555-555-5555 anytime 24hours to schedule a mutually convenient time to meet so we can discus your ideas.

I am looking forward to working with you!


Contact Information

PS: Enclosed you will find a free special report called, ’10 Ergonomic Room Designs That Will Change Your Life!’ In this report you’ll discover ten different ways a any home, office, or living space can be transformed into a user-friendly, healthy living environment using the little known resources and techniques that I have uncovered through the years. If you like this free report I have 5 more that you may want to read. You can get them at my website:

PPS: I enclosed a brochure of some of my most recent projects including before and after photos so you can see the exceptional results my clients receive.

Interior Design Marketing Tips!

1. Select a high quality well vetted list. If possible, and I know that it is, you can target individuals or businesses who are in the process of moving, building, or relocating.

2. Market to people who can refer business to you. For example, Architects, Contractors, Realtors, etc.

3. Send several interior design marketing letters spaced 7-10 days apart. After that sequence is done send everyone (including your current clients, prospects, and leads) a newsletter once a month or every two months (also include influencers and referral sources like those in #2 above). This works exceptionally well over time and establishes you as the expert in the industry (or area).

4. Write special reports like the one listed in the PS and either give them to your prospects for free or better yet, use them as lead generators in your marketing. These reports will also mark you as the expert. And who are they going to hire or refer their friends to? The person who has a nice business card, or the person with a nice business card, 5 special reports on Interior Design, and a monthly newsletter?

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