My process is a little different than the average designer. My goal is to support you in the way you are comfortable working. I find that the best results are achieved when you are in control of your budget and schedule.
step by step process:
We will schedule an hour long meeting to walk through your space and discuss your goals. I will provide my initial ideas and suggest a phased approach to completing the work. I'll follow up with a consultation summary and quote for the requested work.
After an agreement is reached, I will begin pulling ideas, options for pieces and general concepts for your review. This generally takes a few weeks to complete.
I will put together a design board for each concept or space as well as an option list for each piece of furniture/art/accessory/etc. You will be given both hard and soft copies as well as a Pinterest board with the presented ideas.
This is when you take over. You can begin purchasing items from the option list as your budget allows. You can buy things all at once or piece by piece. I will be checking in with you regularly to see how things are progressing and making suggestions along the way.
You will be in charge of scheduling and coordinating installation. As you install items, I will make site visits at your request to help you organize and style the room.
I exclusively source products online. The Design Center isn't a place I go to very often, it's just not my style. My goal is to find beautiful design solutions at affordable prices and the internet has never let me down. A few of my go-to stores are West Elm, Anthropolgie and Target. Mixing investment pieces with inexpensive accessories is my bread and butter.
So, how much does all this cost? I charge by the hour and I'll send you a detailed report each month describing what I did with each one of those hours. I will never try to sell you products. And I'll never hide my charges in my fees. My goal is to be as transparent as possible.