– Initial property analysis and onsite consultation (review scope of work and client’s preferences) – Preliminary design schemes and furniture layouts – Furniture, lighting and accessory selection – Custom furniture and built-in design – Color, finish and material selection – 3D computer renderings – Selection of qualified contractors (AV, painters, upholsters, cabinet makers, etc) – Purchase and management of all merchandise – Construction management – Project coordination & final installation

INTERIOR DESIGN

INTERIOR RENOVATION

–  Initial property analysis and onsite consultation (review scope of work and  client’s preferences)
–  Preliminary space planning and lighting layout options
–  Preliminary kitchen and bathroom design concepts
–  Preliminary materials, design schemes and furniture layouts
–  Custom built-in designs, closets and furniture
–  Final materials, finishes and color selection
–  3D computer renderings
–  Selection of qualified contractors (GR, AV technicians, painters, upholsterers, cabinet makers, etc)
–  Oversee the purchase and management of all merchandise
–  Construction management
–  Project execution & installation

 
 

NEW BUILD

–  Initial design consultation and site analysis (review scope of work and client’s preferences)
–  We collaborate closely with architects, contractors and the trade to create a tailored home.
–  Assist our clients with the selection of qualified contractors and oversee the project development.
–  Assistance with architectural lighting, material and finish selections
–  Assistance with kitchen and bathroom design concepts
–  Preliminary materials, design schemes and furniture layouts
–  Custom built-in designs, closets and furniture
–  Final materials, finishes and color selection
–  3D computer renderings
–  Oversee the purchase and management of all merchandise
–  Project execution & installation

3D 360 VIRTUAL TOUR

3D rendering team specialize in creating photorealistic 3D product models and 3D 360 spin demonstrations that allow your product to be displayed in true life-like realism. 

Product uniformity and quality are important. Our superior 3D renderings allow our clients to accurately portray the fine details and characteristics that make their offering unique.  Contact us today to take your discuss your 3D product modeling needs.

 

What is the order of things in a project?

The order of a project depends on the scope of work. Basically, the largest piece of furniture gets selected first and then this filters down to the smallest pieces. In renovations, it starts with: Put the plan on paper Review with contractors Obtain quotes Prioritize the work, create an order. We are familiar with the process and will share this with you once the order is created. Sometimes during a project we’ll shift our focus to another room which may seem random. Let me explain.

Why is hiring a designer valuable to a decorating or renovation job?

Sometimes it’s hard to understand the value of a designer when there seems to be so much on the internet that tells homeowners how to do their own design work. Indeed, you can do it yourself, but a designer will:

Determine and design the correct sizing of furniture or built-ins and work out the best room layout
Offer suggestions or shopping locations you may not have thought of or have heard about
Provide valuable time management solutions and eliminate slowdowns in decision making
Create more effective communication between you and the contractor
Interpret your ‎vision into something achievable
Bring experience to the table as well as trades, companies or suppliers that have a good record of service
Be a calming presence during what can be a difficult time for some people.
A designer is your advocate on-site, making sure you get the best space possible. They can often see things that contractors missed.

How do I create an accurate budget?

It’s easiest to create a budget room by room and then add up each room’s cost for an overall estimate.

Generally, things will cost more than you think, after all, when was the last time you bought a sofa or hired a painter? If your house has increased in value, assume the fixtures and furnishings that go into the house will have increased in cost as well!

Go shopping if you don’t know the cost of things. For instance, go to retailers where you would purchase things from; not the cheapest place, remember you’re improving your home. Check out the price of a sofa, hardwood furniture (tables, etc) and bathroom fixtures. This will give you an idea of how to gauge the cost of things realistically.

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