About Us: A Positive Philosophy
A positive relationship with our clients is the key to successful design. The most important element is to establish common goals early on in order to ensure that the results we deliver are the results you expect.
Your Space, Your Choice
Your wishes come first - it is, after all, your space. We have the necessary experience and flexibility to guide you through every step of the project, from design and planning to implementation and maintenance. Make us part of the solution.
Why Hire a Professional Interior Designer?
1. Provide solutions: Each project, small or large presents challenges, whether it is lack of storage, poor traffic flow, color scheme, unusual windows or maximizing light and space. We are here to provide the solutions and to keep your project moving.
2. Prevent costly mistakes: There are many choices in design, materials, colors, hardware, and finishes. It is difficult for the average homeowner to stay abreast of current options, as well as coordinating everything in a seamless installation.
3. A Wealth of Resources: There’s a world of furnishings, fabrics, case goods and accessories that are “to the trade only”. Designers have access to local and national manufacturers and products that are not available to most consumers.
4. Well connected: Any design is only as good as its execution. Designers work with the best workrooms, artisans and contractors and have the clout to make sure the price matches the quality. Designers save you shopping time and work on-site. We can often bring the “store” to you.
5. Guidance: A designer knows sources well enough to edit the options and offer seasoned advice to guide clients through the myriad of design choices. The designer will also understand lead-times and cost-effective processes.
6. Technical Knowledge: Interior designers must be competent in the application of laws, codes, regulations, and standards that affect design solutions. Knowledge of detailing and technical drawings, materials, specifying, estimating and installation is critical to the proper execution of each project.
7. Set priorities: A designer will help allocate your “design dollars” and how best to spend your money now and plan for future phases of your design project.
8. Liaison/advocate: Designers work with trades-people and manufacturers regularly and have more leverage to get things repaired or replaced when necessary.
9. Working through opposing taste: Designers can be the third party to join taste and style between husband and wife or significant other.
10. Project management: Designers see to it that everything is completed. Often when a project drags on for months, clients might be inclined to leave those few details undone if they are doing it themselves. It’s the designer's job to see to it that every aspect is completed to your satisfaction.