1. DESIGN CONSULTATION
This is where we get to know you and your desires — for your new space, that is. We’ll ask you a number of relevant questions, inventory your existing furnishings, photograph your space, and discuss your project budget and timeline.
If needed, we will meet with your architect, and any other consultants involved, before beginning the next phase – Design Development.
2. DESIGN PLAN PRESENTATION
The creative ideas are flowing and we can’t wait to share them with you. We want to call you every day, but we don’t (I promise).
We develop new space plans, furniture plans, and color palettes, as well as select your new interior finishes such as paint, wallcovering, flooring, ceiling and window treatments, moldings, cabinetry and countertops. This is also the phase when any custom-designed pieces or treatments would be sketched for your review.
After we finish sourcing your job we meet with you to review the plans and finish selections and make any refinements needed.
Then we finalize your design drawings and meet with you once more before starting the final detailing of your plans and ordering your furnishings, fixtures and equipment.
3. PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION
During the Construction Documentation phase it’s all about the details. We detail out all of your drawings so your contractor knows exactly what our design intent is and has accurate drawings to price out your job.
After you receive several contractor bids and their proposed timelines, we assist you in reviewing each to ensure accuracy and fair pricing.
We also draft and submit purchase orders for all of your equipment, interior finishes, and furnishings so items are received and ready to install before construction begins.
4. FINISHING TOUCHES
Now, we get to see our ideas come to life and that smile on your face. We stop by the job site frequently to oversee the sub-contractors and ensure work is progressing on schedule and as planned.
Following construction, we coordinate the delivery and installation of your new furnishings, accessories and artwork. It’s like Christmas morning all over again!