Our Process

Our process

Get to know you - The Phone Call

Site visit and measure - The Meet Up

Design plan & presentation - The Plan

After you book a Discovery Phone Call with us, we’ll chat with you to determine whether we should work together on your project. At this time, we will ask you about your project, deadline, and budget.

We’ll meet with you at your home, place of business, etc., for an initial consultation. At this meeting, we will look at the space(s) to be designed, the pieces to be included in the design, review design needs and style, go over any available architectural drawings, and finalize the budget. For larger projects or complex window treatments this may be completed in two visits.

We will create a design plan based on what we have learned from you, as well as our own creative ideas. This typically takes one week for window treatment projects and 4 weeks for design projects, from the initial visit, although it may take longer depending on the size of the project. We will then present our design to all decision-makers. For smaller projects and window coverings this may be done virtually.

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Implementation - The Kick-Off

Installation & accessories - The Reveal

Staging & photography - The Photoshoot

Once you’ve approved the final design and proposal, furnishings and materials are ordered, and all work is scheduled. From now until the construction is complete and/or the furnishings are delivered, you will be waiting awhile (from a few weeks to a few months, depending on the project) to see the final transformation.

Once all items are in and have been fully inspected, we will schedule white glove delivery of all furniture and large accessories and rugs, as well as professional window treatment installation.

The big reveal! We typically bring professional photography equipment to photograph projects for our portfolio the day of the installation as time permits. For larger projects, occasionally we schedule a photo shoot on an alternative day. Staging props may be used.