Many times our clients work with an architect prior to working with us. We have the unique opportunity to bring an architect's work to fruition. A client's vision for what they want in their home can sometimes be very clear and other times it needs some refining. This is where a good architect can really help a client love their finished space or be slightly underwhelmed.
When you finish remodeling your home, the last thing you want is to start using your space and find out you’ve just remodeled everything into a functional mess. Functionality is in the details. If you stand back and look at a new kitchen, your first impression isn’t “Wow! Look at that functionality!” This is precisely why you must factor it into your initial design work with your designer.
There are 3 phases to your remodeling project: Research and planning, design and construction. You will experience highs and lows with each of them, so the more advanced your research is on the front end, the more prepared you'll be to take this wild journey.
Most of the time the main issues we are helping our clients solve have to do with functionality. Looking back, we selected two of our client stories to give you an understanding of how a home designer can help you achieve functionality with you home design.
A new home design can give you the freedom and excitement of experiencing your home in new way. As you start down the path of exploring how you can redesign your home with more functionality, we put together some great aspects for you to examine.
You are probably living with a home design that doesn't fit your particular stage of life or needs as time progresses along. Can a new home design bring about functionality and give you an increased quality of life in your home? First you must think about ...