The building process can be exciting or overwhelming for people. Personally, I find it very exciting and similar to painting a picture from a blank canvas. I enjoy assisting with the creative and development process, and am willing to take on as much responsibility as is granted me. At a minimum, I believe that every new home should be Universally designed to the greatest extent possible. I specialize in providing design solutions for the aging in place, and accessible clients needs. My goal is to provide support to the whole building team while using my design skills to create a home you’ll enjoy for a lifetime. Outlined below are the proposed phases of my assistance throughout the building process. This can vary depending on the role of other professionals involved with your project.
Interior Design Phases
- Programming Phase
Consultation to assess scope of project and extent of services desired from Trusted Transitions NW, LLC
Sign Letter of Agreement outlining agreed upon services, fee for services,
Terms and Conditions document. Acquire project floor plan.
- Design Development Phase
Preliminary proposal of products, materials, furniture, lighting, and color schemes to be considered on project with estimates of costs. Revise choices as necessary.
Provide and present color boards with sample materials and/or pictures of design elements, furniture, custom fabrics, and features per final choices.
Provide revised cost estimates for all chosen products, materials, and furnishings agreed upon to satisfy budget and needs of the residence.
- Project Sourcing Phase
Provide detailed specification order list to firm/home owner; To include product name, order number, quantity, size, color and pricing.
Collaborate with builder regarding scheduling of all product, material and furnishings orders to satisfy construction schedule.
- Project Oversight Phase
Consult with subcontractors and vendors through prescheduled installation process to assure design plans and features are completed as expected.
Collaborate with client and provide bi-weekly updates regarding progress of construction and targeted date of completion.