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STREAMLINES INTERIOR DESIGN PROCESS

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1.  INITIAL DISCOVERY CONSULTATION:

The initial design consultation is a wonderful way to get acquainted with your project. Our designer listens to your design goals and individualized needs, we review your current layout and furnishings, discuss budget and timelines. We encourage our clients to share Pinterest boards, screen shots or other photos with us that have inspired you. 

​2. SCOPE OF WORK AND DESIGN AGREEMENT:

After the Initial Discovery consultation, we send you a tailored "scope of work." This scope includes all our pricing upfront so it's easier to budget interior design work. Once you approve the scope of work, You would then enter into a design service agreement and pay half down (a retainer) to secure services and start dates.

 

3. DETAILS AND DESIGN DEVELOPMENT:

To start services, we will revisit the property to take measurements and begin discussing your project more in depth such as textures, exact colors, building materials needed, contract labor needed and what the proper workflow would be. If an architect, budget manger, CAD and contractors are needed for your project, now is the time to begin requesting bids and third party services

4. Product Sourcing & Ordering:

We will then begin helping you choose the right building materials by meeting you at design centers or bringing samples to you. We are here to help create a cohesive and beautiful design that fits your personality and design goals. Once you have made some decisions on what you love we source and order those products on your behalf to ensure it is ordered correctly. We schedule deliveries, check on orders and handle any replacements of damaged materials (if any) on your behalf. In most cases all building materials are required to be onsite before subcontractors begin their services. (Read More on sourcing)

 

5. Watchful Eye:

Since we have experience in general contracting, we are here to help guide you on what the proper workflow should be. We like to check on the project biweekly. However, please understand we will not take the place or tasks of a General Contractor.

 

6.Project Walk Through:

As the project is nearing the finishing date, we conduct a walk through to make sure the work is exceeding your expectations and address any final questions you might have forgotten to ask us. 

 

7. Wrapping Things Up:

We will take final photographs of your newly designed space so we can continue to build our portfolio. Now, it’s time to kick back and celebrate!

 

8. Testimonial:

Please don't forget to leave us a review of our services on any of our social media platforms.

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