Take The Scare Out Of Designing Your Home

Designing your dream home can be an exciting but daunting task. We have the privilege of meeting clients everyday who run the gamut when it comes to design expertise. We get excited with the DIYers when they come in with great ideas, and need a little guidance to get started. We love jumping in and taking over the process when a Please-Just-Do-This-For-Me-er walks in, and we’re always happy to sit and talk with an In-Between-er. If you’re looking to make a design change, or start from scratch we want to help!

Here are some tips to get you started, and help break the process down before you visit our showroom:

Make a List
Begin by brainstorming what style of design you’re going for. What are the features you know your new look must have? If you’re designing multiple rooms, think about how the design of each will flow into the next. Most of the time when a client is planning their home design, they can easily list a few design ideas they’ve always dreamed of. Start there!

Visualize Your Design
As you search for ideas, be sure to bookmark any ideas you really love. You can create a dream board from magazine clippings, or use Pinterest. Use whatever method works best for you. You may realize your style evolves as you work room by room to create the big picture, which is why visualization is so important. And, of course, bring those ideas when you meet with our design team in person!

Create a Budget
Knowing what you’re able to spend before embarking on design and redesign can save a lot of unnecessary stress. Come up with a budget for your project, and know we’re here to assist you in accomplishing your desired look without breaking the bank.

Check out our 3D Tour
We work with countless design styles, and we know we can take your dream and turn it into a reality. If you don’t see something you like, don’t worry, we’re a phone call away or you can visit our showroom and spend time with our design team to dream up a design that is uniquely yours.

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