How We Work With You

We start with our free first meeting. The initial time we spend together, preferably on site is for you to get to know us and provide you with answers to your questions.

We will discuss your budget and vision for your project.

Through the process of actively listening, understanding your needs and wishes, we will be able to make an appropriate recommendation as to which design service will be the most advantageous for you.

Our fees will be tailored to your exact requirements.

We will provide you with a rough concept and a strategy and make plans to move on to the next step in the design process.

How Interior Designers Park Interiors Work

Process Of Design Meetings

Initial Design

We will carry out a site survey.

We then start with the design – prepare 1st draught layouts, select fabrics, paint colours/wallpapers, flooring etc.

We will present ideas and inspiration to you for discussion before moving on to the next step.

Work in Progress and Final Approach

We will produce detailed drawings as required (furniture lay-out, lighting, custom made furniture etc).

Mood boards to show you how colours, textures and furnishings work together, including fabrics, wallpaper, furniture, lighting, decoration, accessories (art, plants, mirrors) fireplaces, art, entertainment systems.

Present you with a detailed estimate for discussion. On final approval we move onto turning your project into reality.

Order and project management

We will order furniture, soft furnishing etc. – all as itemised and agreed, produce worksheets for our curtain makers, instruct and work with our excellent team of craftsmen and contractors or liaise with trade instructed by you.

Regular site visits are being carried out to ensure work is progressing as planned.

Handover

On completion we arrange a meeting to sign off the project.

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Heidi and her team did a fantastic job. Heidi’s professional approach together with her expertise in interior design and project management ensured a fantastic end product.

- Helen Santler