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Natural Balance Home Builders
9 Reviews
North Van Renvovation
Ideabooks7,329
Questions6
Kitchen counters are typically set at around 36 inches finished, including the countertop material, although I have set them at 37 or 38 inches for tall clients. The height for a bar or dual-level island is typically 42 to 43 inches.
Kitchen counters are typically set at around 36 inches finished, including the countertop material, although I have set them at 37 or 38 inches for tall clients. The height for a bar or dual-level island is typically 42 to 43 inches. I find this kitchen design appealing -- like the smooth surfaces, light &
Kitchen counters are typically set at around 36 inches finished, including the countertop material, although I have set them at 37 or 38 inches for tall clients. The height for a bar or dual-level island is typically 42 to 43 inches.
“Stair” — melissavalenzuela
Monmouth County Premier Interior Design & Furniture Firm
Space Interiors has been providing furnishing solutions and design services througout New Jersey, Brooklyn and Manhattan, NY for over 15 years.
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Allison Jaffe Interior Design LLC
31 Reviews
LINDENWOOD CIRCLE
Ideabooks3,803
Questions10
There were a couple of pieces including the coffee table that were already existing in the clients home. Good luck with your project.
What else inspires you?I let my clients be my inspiration. The clients I have worked with are so uniquely different from each other. We as designers must remember that we are not designing for ourselves — we are designing for our clients. In every project, my clients inspire me with their culture, passions
passions and life experiences. I definitely have my own set of personal interests, but it is not for me to inject them into my design for my client. What I bring to the table is my experience and knowledge of design. Find an interior designer or architectMore Designer Sketches:Susannah Devine DavisNoel
“Colors” — reviva
WHAT_architecture
WHAT architecture - Beirutful House
Ideabooks179
Questions0
Moroccan motif thanks to the client’s love of geometry. The opulent tiles are all handmade, but were fairly inexpensive to make.
“Very few clients would allow us to do anything like this,” says Hoete of the dazzling kitchen. “But these owners have very sophisticated tastes and believe minimalism can lead
‘Very few clients would allow us to do anything like this,’ says Anthony of the dazzling kitchen. ‘But these owners have very sophisticated tastes and believe minimalism can lead to banality.’ Unable to find a kitchen that suited their needs, Anthony started from scratch, and was drawn to the Moroccan
lead to banality.” Unable to find a kitchen that suited their needs, Hoete started from scratch, and was drawn to the Moroccan motif thanks to the clients’ love of geometry. The opulent tiles are all handmade, but were fairly inexpensive to make.
“Tiles” — Lauren Gedye
Ehrlich Architects
2 Reviews
Zeidler Residence
Ideabooks3,759
Questions1
First, those were clients who were never going to hire you, because they were looking for a sure bet. No amount of experience makes an architectural project without risk. Second, you didn’t convey the experience you do have confidently or convincingly.The former is an individual client’s disposition. The
every chance you get. When starting out, pursue all interview opportunities. Practice on real clients so you’ll gain experience fielding questions and listening. Learn to address specific concerns. The client wants to feel confident in your skills, to build an emotional connection and to be comfortable
“windows” — dleeds
Walk Interior Design Limited
2 Reviews
WalkiD home studio
Ideabooks966
Questions4
you may require more or less dedicated meeting space for clients or consultants. You should have a plan in place to address the need.If most of your work is interior design or renovation work, many of your meetings can take place at your clients’ homes. New construction can be trickier, because undeveloped
impractical. Understand that many clients want to see where you work. It connects them to the design and production process — and can be a sell for a premium fee. Be very cognizant of this if your home doubles as your studio. Your brand must shine through when clients visit. People have a certain tolerance
workbench, dining table or drafting table can double as a conference venue, excellent. If not, have a plan in place.Design Practice: How to Ensure the Best Client Experience
“Light” — brentlong
Castanes Architects PS
12 Reviews
A Small Retreat by the Ocean
Ideabooks750
Questions1
and interrupt the movement of the natural beach, symbolically, metaphorically or physically.” He thought the house should float above the beach. The clients wanted something simple, and he couldn't think of anything simpler than a flat, sloping roof and a raised-platform design. Castanes also pulled i
exterior of the house. "Beach architecture here is usually all gray or all brown. I didn't want that," he says. “You’re constantly talking to the client, and they’re telling you things," Castanes says. "You see the land, generate ideas. As an architect, you can wake up at 2 in the morning and think
it’s everywhere." People have to get a lot out of those sketches, so "you have to be focused," he says. "They have to be good enough to show to a client. Sketches are pretty intense. You’re under the gun, under a fee; you can’t screw around. You have to take into account the program, site, fee constraints
“Cabin or Lake Geneva house. Minimalist construction.” — tylerludwig
Shannon Ggem ASID
13 Reviews
California Collected
Ideabooks1,114
Questions2
Aren't they wonderful? The client bought those at Steinworld a few years back and they were still crated in the garage! They inspired us so much. Thanks for noticing.
to the existing architecture. The lamps were unearthed in the client’s garage and wound up inspiring the 1930s silver and blue color palette here and in the rest of the house. The homeowner bought the lamps at Steinworld years ago. “Clients’ garages are one of my favorite places to shop,” Ggem says. “She’s
the existing architecture. The lamps were unearthed in the client’s garage and wound up inspiring the 1930s silver and blue color palette here and in the rest of the house. The homeowner bought the lamps at Steinworld years ago. “Clients’ garages are one of my favorite places to shop,” Ggem says. “She’s
“Corner window coverings” — ferrillcat
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks5,474
Questions2
cottage--Although the small footprint is an organic extension of Helgerson's design ethos, she still finds herself enjoying the process of shopping for a client and creating someone else's vision of a home.
she still finds herself enjoying the process of shopping for a client and creating someone else's vision of a home. "I'm not about to preach to somebody else when it comes to how to live their lives," she says. "But I think most of my clients know that my colleagues and I are pretty thoughtful about what
maison, Jessica trouve encore l’inspiration pour créer et décorer les intérieurs de ses clients.« Je n’irai jamais dire aux autres comment mener leur vie », explique-t-elle. « Mais je pense que la plupart de mes clients savent que mes collègues et moi sommes très sérieux dans notre travail. Nous envisageons
“Split rail fence” — lburnstx
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