More information about Design Consultations:
Cost: $950 flat fee. Additional cost for homes further than 20 miles from Frederick, MD
What kind of design service is this? This is a furnishing & styling service, which covers up to four use-spaces in your home (think dining room, living room, den, etc). This service excludes kitchens and full bathrooms.
When would I need this type of consultation? A design consultation is an excellent package for someone who would like to reassess the color, furniture, lighting, and layout scheme across their home. The service covers up to 4 use-spaces in the home, but you can purchase additional design hours if you'd like to add-on.
What do I get from this consultation? First we will spend about 1-2 hours together in your home, discussing your wishes for each of your (up to 4) chosen spaces. Afterward, we will use the information collected on site to put together a comprehensive mood board for each space, outlining our recommendations - including paint colors, light fixtures, furniture, area rugs, window coverings, and accessories. This PDF will be a framework from which you can make purchases, develop plans, and coordinate your entire home's finishes.
How does purchasing work? You will have access to your own private virtual showroom where you can purchase the finishes shown in the mood boards. You may also use your mood boards to go shopping independently. You may purchase additional design hours if you'd like to work with us on revisions to the design after your service is complete.
What if I'm not happy with some of your selections in the PDF? We won't hold you to use our exact recommendations! This document is meant to be a launchpad for you to create the home of your dreams. You are welcome to make substitutions or changes. You are also welcome to reach out for additional help (available hourly at $125/ hour) with sourcing specific items.
Available as hourly upgrades ($125/ hour): Product selection revisions or shopping with client, construction drawings, product sourcing, antique/vintage shopping, custom item sourcing/ selection, product delivery, scheduling inspections, or meeting with your contractor to review design plans.
Not currently available: Submission of permitting paperwork (must be done by your contractor), structural engineer or architect approval stamps for permitting (requirements depend on county & extent of project)