Our fun process is designed to be about you, not about us.
The following 6 steps outline our unique process. Each is critical to the desired result. Which is an informed, happy and confident homeowner prepared and excited to begin the transformation of their house into a haven. Click through to read about each one!
I feel the surest way to develop a great relationship is to meet as new friends, rather than you writing a check with no clue what you'll get out of it. At this meeting we discuss the scope of your project and I present a cost for us to design it. This cost is one number...no "by the hour" nonsense.
This means if 10 different homeowners were to approach us about the same exact space...well, then we come up with 10 different designs. Everyone's unique, so their new spaces should reflect this. We also gather all the info & measurements of the space and take 50% of the design fee.
This plan shows the Existing Layout overlaid by the Proposed Plan along with pertinent notations and explanations. Any contractor that is bidding your project will see and read what it is they will be doing and can bid much tighter.
Outlines all necessary dimensions showing your chosen contractor where and how things need to be built to accommodate the plan we've come up with.
Not only do we have wonderfully unique and inventive philosophies on interior planning and functional design, but also with lighting your new spaces properly and pleasantly. This will allow your contractor to bid and place the lighting accordingly.
The plan we've determined together as a team. Includes any and all interior configuration and cabinetry layouts. This plan is marked with elevation numbers that associate with the Elevation Pages.
Any cabinetry shown on the Elevation Pages are numbered and explained in this document. You may send these documents to any cabinetry provider to get truly comparable bids.
Shows your spaces as they exist currently.
Align with the elevation numbers on the Proposed Plan. Shows the vertical layouts of the spaces. Any cabinetry parts are numbered and are explained in the Cabinet List.
Self-explanatory, sure...but this page also includes our website, email & phone number. That way, anyone associated with your project (whether they be the contractor, cabinet company, friend or mother-in-law) can contact us with questions.