The Role of an Interior Designer

Why hire an Interior Designer? Why is this service worth the investment?

Interior Designers possess the skills for spacial design which includes composition, scale, and proportion along with a knowledge of building systems, materials, and detailing. Our experience also brings with it the knowledge of interior detailing and finishes, familiarity with furniture, fixtures and equipment and are skilled at using color, fabrics, textures and lighting. The most important goal is to ensure a safe environment for clients and to incorporate not only aesthetics, but to ensure all building codes are adhered to as well as proper spatial ergonomics. The organization, conceptual design and extensive experience of project management makes the design service valuable for any interior project.


1 - Programming

Initial Consultation:

  • Determine Project Goals and Objectives
  • Discuss Scope of Services
  • Establish Project Timeline
  • Discuss and Develop Preliminary Budget

2 - Schematics

Measure, Photograph and Inventory Relevant Spaces for Project

Initial Design Concept Presentation:

  • Sketches
  • Initial Layouts
  • Concepts and Selections
  • Sample Boards

3 - Design Development

Design Meetings to Finalize Concept with Working Drawings and Sketches

Initial Material, Finish, Furniture and Equipment Selections

Consult with anyone Relevant to the Project: Landscape Designers, Architects, Lighting Designers, Furniture Makers, etc.

4 - Documentation

Final Design Presentation Meeting with Drawings to Include:

  • Floor Plan
  • Reflected Ceiling Plan
  • Finish Plan /Schedules
  • Furniture Layout
  • Elevations
  • Renderings
  • Built Ins/ Detailing

Final Material, Finishes, Furnishings and Equipment Selections with Budget

5 - Implementation

Place All Orders for Selections

Oversee Installation of Finishes, Materials and Built-Ins During Install

Oversee Furniture and Design Concepts Placement and Installation

Final Walk Through