It is a common misconception that interior design is simply the application of "good taste". In reality, it is a much more involved process, that includes selecting individual elements to create a cohesive space, to include furnishings, fixtures, and finishes. It is filled with project management, creative problem solving, and maintaining open lines of communication. Transparency is very important to us, so we provide a detailed scope and design timeline with deadlines both for us and regarding what we need from you to keep the project moving smoothly.
The Programming Stage
The Concept Phase
If you are purchasing furnishings, rugs, window treatments, and decor, this process is highly involved. It is a busy time for the designer but may seem slow to the homeowner. The process is complex and time consuming and our responsibilities are diverse. We utilize our skills and take full advantage of our relationships with vendors and manufacturers to make sure orders are processed completely and efficiently. A general summary of this process helps to illustrate exactly how we accomplish translating a room from concept to reality.
Receiving, Delivery, and Installation