One of my favorite ways to work with a client is on a room by room process.
Sure, designing a house top to bottom seems like a dream but if you’ve ever done it – then you know it’s actually a bit of a nightmare. From the client point of view – there’s the major expense factor that comes with redesigning every room and from a boutique designer point of view – slow and steady always wins the race.
For this very reason, both my client and I were so excited when we finished their home office design this fall because that meant we got to move on to the room she was most excited about – the master bedroom!
Prior to starting a relationship with me, my clients had worked with a designer from one of the big box stores and didn’t love nor hate what they had ended up with but strongly felt the space could feel more pulled together and I definitely agreed.
While these services can be fantastic (and often free!) what you do get left with is a one note room instead of something unique and curated. The main problem being that designers that work for specific stores can only pull from that one specific store. There’s rarely even room to shop across brands that fall under a larger umbrella company because the designers have sales targets to make for their single brand.
In comparison, I can shop anywhere I please and in the end we pulled from18 different suppliers to achieve our final look. This gave us a design that feels like the client spent years acquiring and pulling together her bedroom instead of flipping through a catalog and saying I’ll have one of everything.
So without anymore yammering from me – lets get to the pictures!
before // Master Bedroom
before // Master Entry
Product Board //