Having a new home built? If you’re just starting out, you might think you’ve got a long way to go before it’s time to think about interior design. And while it may be a minute before you’re picking out paint colors and new furniture, getting your interior designer involved at the outset of a new build can save you a lot of headaches – and money – in the long run. It also ensures you end up with a home that represents the entirety of your vision cohesively.

We can help you save time and money

A new home is a big step, and a big investment. Every part of it should be carefully considered from the very beginning. Your designer is your advocate when it comes to creating a space that fits your family – and your needs. Once your home is already being built, making changes to accommodate your dream design can be costly and time-consuming. When we’re by your side from the start, we can help you make sure that every detail of your home is right – before it’s too late (or too expensive) to fix.

We’ll consider how you want your space to look, and how you want to live in it

Great craftsmanship is certainly part of a great home; but just as important as the way your space is built is the way you want to live in it. Determining the square footage of your living room is one thing, but considering how it needs to match the flow of your family’s life is another. Your designer is all about making sure your home reflects who you are, how you live, and what makes you happy – and that should factor into every part of your design, right down to the blueprints.

We’ve got an eye for detail

Architectural plans alone do not consider everything you intend to put inside your space – and their renderings may not always accurately reflect things like furniture and décor. A kitchen with lots of natural light is a gorgeous feature, but the wrong windows in the wrong places can leave you with a lack of upper cabinet space. Want to center your bedside tables under windows on either side of your new master bed? You need to make sure the windows are the right distance apart so you don’t end up with your headboard covering your windows. From scale to spacing and more, these are the details that an interior designer’s eye is trained to catch.

Both your architect and your designer are important to making sure your vision comes to life. When we can collaborate, we can create a truly functional and fun home for your family – inside and out. Learn more about how we can make sure your new home is just right, from the first detail to the last, by contacting us.

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