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As Interior Designers, we love what we do. Our favorite part of the job is witnessing the excitement that our clients have when the projects are complete and their home has been transformed. While we pride ourselves in our ability to take our client’s wish list and bring it to life, we understand that every client is different and the necessity for communication is crucial. For those who have never worked one-on-one with an Interior Designer or are looking to gain some insight, we have put together a helpful set of guidelines to follow to ensure a helpful, healthy, and seamless relationship between client and design professional in order to get the best outcome and enjoying a stress free process.

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If you were to ask us what our favorite stage of the design process would be, it would most likely be the selection of artwork. It is such a broad topic and has an endless range of materials and colors from which inspiration can strike. We have been known to design entire spaces around a piece of art or a client’s personal treasure. Most importantly, we believe that when it comes to finalizing a space, artwork and accessories tie everything together.

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Great Design can be created from every material- from conventional to unconventional. We’re going to be examining one of these conventional materials that is a staple in classic genres of design: Hair on Hide.

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Every designer loves watching their project come to life- from the preliminary drawings to the final install. To make it to the finish line, designers must not only consider the physical functions of a space, but the principles and stages of design that every artist practices.

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When designing a home, it can be a mistake to neglect the windows, as they play a key role in both the function and style of the house. For a long time, having treatments on a window was misconstrued to be an outdated style, but we are here to tell you that window fashion is back in style. Of course naked windows have their place, such as large overside modern windows with a view, but even those will normally get some sort of shade for function.

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