Calling wannabe interior design critics — this is your dream job

Courtesy The Plum Guide

Think you’re an expert on interior design? This dream job might be calling you.

Whether you have an Instagram aesthetic for organized cabinets or color-organized bookshelves, The Plum Guide, a luxury rental website, is looking for its next batch of home critics to critique the homes of millionaires.

The position, which is paid, requires candidates from across the US to judge some of the world’s most fabulous homes and houses, where they will evaluate everything from luxury condos to million-dollar mansions on things like the firmness of a mattress to the acoustics of the living room.

Freelance home critics will critique up to 50 homes per month and “must-know style and quality when they see it and be prepared to be brutal in their analysis,” according to the company’s press release.

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Courtesy The Plum Guide

“The Plum Guide is growing at an exponential rate – this year alone we’ve entered into six new markets,” said Lucy Warwick, head of talent at The Plum Guide, in a statement. “This new talent will be responsible for ensuring that each and every home nominated for our collections meets our world-class standards. It’s a tougher gig than it sounds. Style and a critical eye don’t come naturally to everyone.”

Being able to judge the next home featured on The Plum Guide is a big deal — only one in 100 homes are approved when judged by the group, according to the company’s website.

The Plum Guide said it’s looking to hire around 60-70 new how critics. Wannabe critics can start applying today through the company’s website, where they are asked to complete a pre-qualifying survey before recording and sharing a video of themselves explaining why they make a good candidate to judge the next luxury rental on the market.