To deliver you an exceptional service, we’ve developed a tried and tested way of working over the years. This is broken down into four key stages.
Ensuring the interiors we create are a true reflection of your aspirations and requirements are key to the success of your project. We take time to find out about you and the history of your home. We’ll discover how you’ll use your new space, your lifestyle, and your personal tastes.
To help complete the picture, we’ll visit your property or review floor plans and photographs, before thoroughly understanding things like budget, timescales, and any structural or administrative factors. Once we’re satisfied every possible detail has been covered, we’ll send you a proposal outlining our take on the brief and an estimated budget for the works, including our fee proposal.
This is where we present our concepts to you. Depending on the project, they usually consist of floor plans showing any structural changes and furniture layouts. Together with style mood boards, finish sample boards, and imagery of proposed furniture and joinery.
This stage is very much a collaborative one. We’ll listen to all your feedback to ensure our visions are perfectly aligned and action any changes to the concepts if necessary.
Once you’ve approved the concepts, we progress to the design development and details stage. We’ll take you through the finalised drawings for any interior architecture, joinery, or bespoke furniture, as well as showing you the final finishes, curated art and accessories ready for your approval.
Working to your agreed budget, we’ll also present you with a full breakdown of the costs.
Once the schedule of work is agreed and all onsite requirements are met, works will get under way. To ensure the project runs smoothly and the designs are brought to life as expected and to our exacting standards, our principal designer will attend regular site meetings.
For added peace of mind, we’ll oversee the snagging period too, until you are nothing short of delighted with your finished project.
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