Well its true, as the years pass by and we serve the many customers/clients/patients we do the clinic begins to show it's age. Decor styles change, wear and tear takes it's toll and the client's first impression become more and more dim and less and less WOW!
We at Flawless Interiors get asked all the time...Why should I hire a designer, how is that going to help me with my project? Let's look at the Top 3 Reasons, the most important ones, why and how an interior designer can help at the beginning of a renovation or new build project.
This short video should help you understand why permits are important, when the are necessary, and when they are not. What are construction related permits and why should I care about getting them or not? Flawless Interiors has design and worked through hundreds of home renovation and new build projects with our partner contractors. We recognize when permits are necessary and we get them, simple.
As a designer, you need a serious love of all things tile. It is one area where you can be the most creative in your space. There is an endless array of options, patterns, colors and grouts - the possibilities are endless! Let me give you some ideas of how you can incorporate punch, personality and potential profit into your project by being smart with your back splash designs.
Well, that's a loaded question if there ever was one. Costs can vary greatly depending on the size of your kitchen now and in your new plan, the level of finishes you select and who is doing the work of the renovation. But, just to give you a sneak peek into what one of our recent kitchen renovations cost watch the video below.
Not only is having great art in your space a sure fire way to finish it off right and add some of your own personality, but making sure the art is hung appropriately can make or break that special piece! Watch below for an easy lesson on how to get it right every time.
With so many choices to make when it comes to a new build or a renovation, it's important to arm yourself with the facts before committing to something as important as your counter tops. Granite and Quartz still reign as the top choices for kitchens and bathrooms when it comes to solid surfaces. But which one is best for you? Keith explains the differences between granite and quartz in this video below!
Rows and rows of furniture, lamps, mirrors, art and accessories. Sounds like a dream to me, but for most of my clients it is a nightmare. How to make the right choices can be daunting. Let me give you some easy to use tips on how to get the most out of your next visit to your local Home Sense (or any decor store for that matter!)
Well, just like getting your art hung right can make or break your room, so can hanging draperies. Please don't ever hang drapes mounted right onto your window casing. And please do not hang draperies that look like pedal pushers (way to high for those of you who never owned pedal pushers). When done correctly, draperies should elevate and complete the final look of your space. But, when done poorly, well, let's just say it's bad, very bad. If you have no idea what I am talking about - watch the video below!
The show Fixer Upper on HGTV has two big draws going for it. First is the renovation and design team, married couple Chip and Joanna Gaines. (Hmm, a married interior design team...sounds familiar!) Their personalities and the sense of fun they bring to their projects have made them fan favorites.
Clients ask me all the time about what color to paint their front door, but they are always referring to the exterior side of the door. What about the interior of the front door? A front entry should be inspiring from both sides don't you think?
Have you ever been in love with a lamp? I have, many times! Sounds silly, I know, but I have seen many a space transformed with a beautiful fixture. Whether a simple base with a eye catching shade or an ornate and sculptural base with a minimalist shade, a lamp can add personality, drama and function.
We field these concerns sometimes, from first-time renovators and seasoned pros alike. Building and renovating are long-game strategies, and it can be really hard to imagine what those blueprints and floor plans will look like when they come to life in your home.