A: Typically, an interior designer has the skills and professional education to design and draft new space plans — whether reconfiguring an existing interior space or adding square footage to a home — as well as develop lighting and electrical plans, select all interior finishes such as flooring, countertops, tile, paint colors, wall and window treatments, as well as specifc plumbing, appliances, cabinetry and furnishings, to name a few.
If your project involves changing structural load bearing walls, or adding square footage, an architect and/or structural engineer will need to be part of your team. They’ll provide the necessary drawings and structural calculations required by your local building department.
Working with an interior designer can help you avoid making costly mistakes during the construction or remodel process. Additionally, you get the benefit of their experience and knowledge as well as their access to the products and trades-people you need to get the best results for your project.
The sooner the better. A designer can help at any stage of the design process, however, the best results are experienced when the designer is involved in the process from the beginning.
One-two months prior to service to ensure availability.
Initially, yes. We would like your thoughts on placement, where additional holiday decor is stored, and what you would like to incorporate from your current collection. After that, feel free to carry on with your day while she works her magic!
Absolutely! If you want us to add the trimmings and ribbon, your family can enjoy the fun of adding the years of sentimental ornaments.
Yes! Prices for takedown are separate from installation prices.
Know where all your holiday decorations are, have a game plan on where you want your holiday décor to go, have your holiday decorations out of storage, pre-sort if possible, have extra lights on hand just in case.