We can work off your architect’s drawings or carry out a full measured survey. We will also work with you to review all the items of furniture, accessories, and artwork that you would like to incorporate into your new design.
Learning about and understanding our clients is at the foundation of creating an authentic, desirable design that works for you on a functional level. Equally, to ensure that the designs created are within budget and that the desired timeframe is met, it’s important that you feel comfortable enough to provide us with this information.
This is a very collaborative stage of the design process where we start to work with our interpretation of your brief and holding regular meetings to ensure that we are all on the same page. We will start to look at the overall style direction, spatial and furniture layouts. You will be presented with deliverables such as Digital Concept Boards of things such as overall style; colour schemes; cabinetry, etc. Anything that helps to build a picture of what you are looking to achieve. On the more technical side, we will be looking at Layout and Furniture Plans.
It is during this stage that the Concept will start to feel more like a reality. Creating deliverables, including CAD Drawings, that your contractors can work with. We will work on the detailed design of the proposed fitted cabinetry, kitchens, and bathrooms. We will create plans and elevated drawings and start working with any selected specialists. We will create the proposed lighting design and socket placements. Although the lighting and socket plans can be a little tedious for a lot of our clients, lighting is an essential part of the design process. Fundamental to creating the right atmosphere and enhancing your interiors. We like you to understand the thought process behind all our designs. However, we’ll make it up to you with the fun side of looking at samples that you’ll be able to hold and feel not to mention a list of furniture for you to go and view. You will be invited to your own online studio to view proposed items, and visit different suppliers and the studio over in Felden, to review physical samples of materials. Once this stage is complete we’ll review your budget and make sure that everything is on track, making any necessary amendments. Drawing up your shopping list and specification of materials.