Today I’m excited to share with you the last step in the interior e-design process! This is where the entire process wraps up and the client receives the final plans and sources. But before we look at the final plans let’s review the steps in the process leading up to this point:
step 1: gathering your information – see more about this step here
You share your measurements, organization needs, wish list, and any inspirational images.
step 2: creating a mood board – see more about this step here
The mood board shares a potential color pallet and inspirational images that I feel represents your style. This is your first chance to give feedback about the direction I am heading with your design plans.
step 3: creating a floor plan with 3d images – see more about this step here
3d images are shared with you, which gives you a chance to communicate any changes that need to be made.
All of this leads us to the last step, sharing the final design plans.
step 4: final 3d images, design files, and source list shared
After 3d images have been corrected you will receive the final design files. In here you will have the 3d images, design file pages, and a source list. The source list will share direct links to where you can purchase furniture, decor, and supplies.
Design file pages share the 3d images with tips, inspiration images, and products. You can see some of the completed design files for the traditional living room below.
If you want your home to be both beautiful and functional I would love to help you along the path. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to get the conversation started, or check out the services page.
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