Working With A Designer Part 3

Well, we’re finally to the last post of the working with a designer series. Take time to read Part 1 and Part 2 if you have not already.


In this phase I take all the information from our consultation and programming and create a space that is the utmost reflection of you. I normally present once concept that serves as the base along with components that can be easily exchanged which gives you as my client options. There are drawings, beautiful textiles, wall coverings, furnishings, hardware, flooring options, paint colors, cabinetry, lighting, and much more for you to touch, see, and get a great sense of.


After you have approved the design concept, we begin moving your project forward. This phase involves managing vendors such as contractors, showrooms, ordering supplies, etc. We ensure that all construction documents and drawings are being implemented as agreed upon. This is the phase in which you get the most of your value, because as your designer I handle managing all of these components which is more time consuming for you to manage along with managing your career, family, and social life.


After all the construction components have been completed, and furniture and decor have all been received, we are now ready for installation day. On install day, we literally kick you and your family out of your home (nicely of course) for the day and prepare your home for you. Our goal is to ensure that our entire process is turn-key for you as much as possible. During installation, we put our heart and soul into setting up each room with your family’s heart and soul in mind. When all is completed, we await on your return home for the big reveal of your project. The absolute best feeling in the world!


I hope this series has been helpful in giving you an overview of what working a designer for your home entails. Save yourself time and money by working with me to ensure you get the home design you want and deserve. If you’re ready to get started on a project, contact me today!

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