HOWEVER SMALL THE DESIGN PROCESS IS, WE WANT TO PUT A SMILE ON YOUR FACE AND HELP TO CREATE AN ENJOYABLE AND STRESS-FREE EXPERIENCE.
I’m sure your mind is racing and you are feeling overwhelmed with the number of choices that are out in the market to begin your design journey. Maybe you’ve already spent countless hours on Pinterest and Houzz? If you are like me, your coffee table is covered with home design magazines and you find yourself watching re-runs of HGTV on a regular basis.
When I think back to the first home we purchased when we were just married with two little babies, it brings back a smile. We decorated with JCPenny’s slipcovers to dress up the hand-me-down couches and chairs. I bought fabric and made my own curtains and cut wildflowers to place in a vase. We created a home as warm as our family. It truly represented our hearts and souls. This is what we strive for in every design our team creates.
— CEO & Interior Designer
THE initial meeting
After contacting us we will arrange a first initial meeting to discover what it is that you want in your new design.
Following our first meeting, we will arrange for a second meeting where we will come to your home to get site measurements (this meeting can merge with the first meeting if you are ready to take the leap and move forward with the process!).
Once we have the measurements, we will create space plans to layout your new design and we will also start researching possible furniture and materials.
When we have the plans drawn up and some furniture options picked out we will arrange for another meeting to present the plans and the selected options.
Getting to Work
Next, we will make any changes to the space plans as necessary and can begin contacting other members of the trade to discuss contract work, installations, painting, etc. as required.
Throughout the process we will discuss furniture, fabrics, paint, finishes, materials, etc. Once options have been selected, the design team will begin placing the orders with our vendors. When the client is ready to move forward with the work, the designers will schedule a time for the contractors, installers, painters, etc. to conduct the work as required.