October 23, 2017

A Cottage - Coastal Family Room - client project progression!

Hey guys, I thought it would be fun to share a client project progression today!  Many people who are considering hiring a Decorator always ask me "how does your process work"?  

I first meet with my clients in their homes and more specifically in the s paces they are looking to change or redo.  I'll ask them what style they are looking for, and how they want the room to function in their daily life.  I'll ask them if they have a budget they'd like to stay within.  So for this family room below, my client said she was looking for a cottage - coastal style space with clean lines for her family room that was light and airy.  I was also inspired by her beautiful light wood floors.  And this was my first Design Board I emailed to her....

I was happy that my client really liked this first Design Board above.  But she had a few ideas of her own that she wanted to incorporate.  She wanted to use her favorite accent colors in navy blue and turquoise.  So I made some changes on the board and after a few more edits we had our Design finalized.  I think it's so much fun!

And here we are on delivery day!  Now this space obviously isn't finished.  Art still needs to be hung, lamps and accessories will soon be delivered.  But what a great start!  And my clients enjoy getting to visualize their space before the design process even begins.

So this is how we work here at The Collected Interior.  I can take the design lead in a project if the client would like or we can work together.  Either way Communication is key to achieving a well designed space that offers both style and function.  Finally, our home furnishings & accessories are sourced from my incredibly affordable Trade Program which includes Joss & Main, Allmodern.com and Birch Lane to name a few.  We also source locally as well.

Have further questions?  Contact me at 980-322-5920.  Together we can make the most of your home!

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