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Client Consultation
Measurements & Budget


Client consultations are an essential first step to define the scope of any project. We genuinely want to get to know our clients in order to identify their needs and objectives.

Through these conversations we set several goals including: how the space needs to function, client’s design style, project budget and timeline.

We then establish how our design services can achieve the client’s desired results.

Design Inspiration
Space Planning


Through this initial design phase, we source project inspiration and think creatively about interior architectural details to make your home or business unique.  

Space planning and lighting design begins in order to develop initial construction documents.

We thoroughly enjoy working collaboratively with the client’s architect or home builder to develop design details and finalize building plans.

Materials and Fixtures
3D Modeling


After the design concept is approved, we work with our clients to finalize the selection of material finishes, lighting and plumbing fixtures, furniture and fabrics.

Interior design plans, elevations and equipment lists are further refined in greater detail, which prepares the information needed for your estimators.

We recommend that clients choose the option to have a 3D rendering created of their space in order to better visualize the floorplan and finishes before making the investment.

Interior Elevations
Lighting Specs


In this phase the specific details of the work to be completed are documented through interior elevations, floor plans, and specification schedules. This includes the location and specification of all millwork, finishes, lighting, plumbing fixtures, and electrical layouts.

Construction Documentation often requires coordination with the client’s architect or builder, vendors and consultants to ensure all aspects of the project are properly documented for construction purposes.

Quality Installation
Confirm Specifications


We work with our client’s builder, contractors, installers, and material suppliers to ensure the project is built-out based on the documented design specifications from the previous phases.

The designer is often onsite during installation or provides periodic inspection of work progress to ensure the quality of design details, confirm materials have been installed correctly, and that construction documents have been followed properly.