With all of the inspiration and resources online today, it can be confusing to know when to DIY and design a project or call in a professional. We’ve assembled our tips to help you decide when you need us.
WORK WITH US IF YOU’RE READY FOR A CHANGE
When you’re ready to make a big change, a designer brings many benefits. We approach a project with a full-picture perspective, starting with a design concept. The experience to narrow down selections to fulfill that vision makes the process less overwhelming, and the systems to complete the project leaves you to enjoy the results.
WORK WITH US FOR MID-LEVEL AND MAJOR RENOVATIONS
While a contractor can tell you how to make changes, there are a million details that go into a successful renovation experience. A designer addresses the big picture and the details to ensure the result is incredible and cohesive in form and function. A design studio like ours provides project management services, alleviating a lot of stress — no need to sweat the small stuff, we do that for you.
WORK WITH US IF YOU HAVE A REASONABLE BUDGET
When you’re ready to invest in your home, a designer’s knowledge is invaluable. Our skill set allows your budget to go further, thanks to our special sources and strategic understanding of where to splurge versus save — not to mention the time you’ll save on Pinterest. That said, our clients who have the best experience with the design process have planned ahead budget wise, so we’re able to deliver an incredible transformation with their investment.
WORK WITH US WHEN BUYING A NEW HOME
Moving is overwhelming. A designer can alleviate stress by handling the design and renovation aspects of your transition. We can improve elements that need updating, from paint colors to larger renovations. When it comes to furnishings, we’ll create a layout that serves the flow of your new home, and work with you to merge existing pieces with new to create a space that is the most beautiful expression of your taste.
Give us a call to achieve your design dreams!
By Casey Howard, Casey Howard Interior Design
photo credit: photography by Thomas Kuoh, Kuoh Photography