All of my New Orleans interior design services start with a design consultation. During the design consultation, we’ll spending time getting to know each other and discussing your room(s) at length. We’ll discuss aesthetic ideas and possible design direction. Be sure to ask lots of questions. Take a look at my portfolio to get an idea of my design style.
To book your consultation, you’ll fill out the design questionnaire, and you’ll be contacted to schedule a date/time and pay for your consultation. Paying for your design consultation in advance is mandatory and is the only way to hold your spot on my calendar.
Preparing for the consultation:
Make sure to have lots of questions ready for me. Have notes in hand, so you don’t forget ideas, colors, and styles you’d like for your space(s). Keep magazine clippings or screenshots of rooms that you love, so that I can recommend looks that I think would work well in your home. If you’re completely stumped about ideas, it’s okay, that’s what I’m there for. Get ready to discuss your budget. I’ll be able to let you know how far your budget will go.
What to expect:
At the consultation, we’ll walk around your home, so I can get a grasp of your style and the wants and needs of your problem areas. We’ll discuss aesthetic, yet functional, ideas for your space(s), including space planning, color scheme, paint colors, furniture, and fabrics. These two hours are all about coming up with ideas, so you can have a beautiful, yet functional, space. You’ll receive actionable ideas to get your dream space.
What not to expect:
We won’t be doing any in-person shopping, but you’re welcome to show me products that you’ve been interested in online. I also won’t be able to help you rearrange furniture, paint, or do any professional space planning layouts. I can, however, give ideas for furniture layouts, paint colors, and space planning, that you can implement once the consultation is over. Or, you can choose to move forward and book me for full-service design or for my Style Day Session, and I’ll have it all taken care of for you.
After the consultation:
Within 1-2 days after the consultation, you’ll receive a recap email of the ideas I recommended and a proposal for expansive design services.
One Day Makeover
The One Day Makeover is a five-hour expansive design session to spruce up your home (up to two rooms maximum). Whether your budget is large or small, you’ll find lots of value in this package. This package is perfect to give your home a quick, new look, but can also be great for holiday décor or decorating ideas for entertainment.
This session is perfect for you if:
- You want a quick fix without spending all your budget on design hours
- You love a gallery wall, but don’t know how to set one up
- You need direction on what size furniture to purchase and where to put each piece
- You want to go shopping for the perfect art to put in your home
- You need help picking paint colors for your home
- You want to change the color scheme of your home
- You need new window treatments, but don’t know what to choose
- You have everything you need, but don’t know how to lay it all out
- You want accessories to finish off and polish a room
During the session, we’ll (if needed) hang wall art and/or curtains, go shopping, pick out and test paint colors, discuss furniture layouts and move pieces around, and accessorize.
One Day Makeover sessions must be booked and paid for up to one week in advance. We’ll first start off with a mandatory design consultation (see above), then after the consultation, we’ll schedule your One Day Makeover.
One Day Makeover sessions are $575 for up to 5 hours. An hourly fee will be charged for any additional hours.
Full-Service Interior Design
My full-service interior design package is the ultimate option if you want a full transformation. Whether you’re starting with a brand new home, need construction on your current home, or already have the bones and just need decorating updates, my full-service interior design service is for you.
After we meet for a design consultation (see above) and you agree to move forward, you’ll pay a deposit that’ll be applied to your total fees for the full project.
For my full-service interior design clients, I handle it all for you: full construction management, formal space planning, creating construction documents, 3D room rendering, budget management, purchasing and procurement, custom window treatments, managing sub-contractors (like painters, plumbers, and electricians), furniture setup, and accessorizing.
Full-service interior design is done in 4 phases:
- Design consultation (book now)
- Design phase
- Purchasing and procurement