Historically, remodeling was approached in silos — first hiring an architect to develop plans. Then connecting with contractors to submit bids. Decorators and interior designers would fill in the gaps, specifying all the materials the contractor needed to execute the architect’s plans.
While this format offers the ability to select three different individuals to carry out your plan, it also presents the burden that you personally serve as the common link, giving and sharing information between the three parties.
We geek out on order, predictability, and strong communication. We navigate the path on your behalf from design concepts all the way through to the punchlist, keeping you apprised of each next step.
Your plans are reviewed by our design and construction teams for feedback and feasibility well before we present an idea to you. Together we develop a plan that is both beautiful and practical.
Our designer works within the allowances set in your estimate to propose selections commensurate with what you want to spend. If the project begins to creep, we check in with you and pivot when needed.
Your future project manager attends the subcontractor trade walk to get familiar with your space and offer insight well in advance of construction. We take care of passing the baton from design to construction - no action required by you!
Once construction begins, the design team continues to be involved in the details during site visits. This collaboration allows us to make any necessary adjustments with fluid communication between the design and construction teams.