The first consultation with new clients is free. The aim is to establish a relationship with each other and discuss what the expectations are of the client. We will inspire you with ideas, designs and concepts to transform your home into a functional space to suit your current lifestyle, or, to revise the internal design of an existing building shell, or to revamp the current interiors.
Briefing This meeting is to discuss the space and brief in detail on what they require. At this time we will go over their time frame, existing budget and try to locate any possible challenges that may pop up in the early stages. We’ll also pay particular attention in this meeting to the existing finishes such as timber flooring, stone bench tops and tiles.
Design development can include:
- Sketch drawings
- Hard surfaces selection / materials
- Joinery design
- Spatial planning
- Lighting design
- Colour schemes
- Furniture and soft furnishings.
What is an Interior Designer: Interior architecture can be described as a combination of architecture and interior design. This includes the selection of interior materials and furnishings plus the design of the room/s. Interior architecture deals with everything on the inside of homes, buildings and other structures. As well as the functional arrangement of all rooms, placement of walls and the sequence, shape, proportion and scale of the spaces.
A qualified Interior Designer focuses on choosing interior materials, finishes and furnishings. In every project there is a process of change and it is essential that everyone who is affected or involved are part of the discussions before a design starts.