We get so many questions when we start working with a potential client. This is a very confusion world with so many options, prices, ideas, products, and advertisements being thrown at us from every angle. The business of interior design is none the less confusing.
I love drafting, I love drawing, and I love the quite and linear thought process that occurs as I'm detailing out a space for that special client, and it all just demonstrates that my design skills are limitless.
Small spaces are always a challenge to design and they're even more of a challenge when the client is in a wheelchair. For this project, it was all about the clients needs - and those needs have taken a better part of a year to plan in detail. Let's look inside.
I can't tell you how many articles I've read that will tell about renovating your kitchen or bathroom: Do this, don't do that, do this on your own, don't let your designer do that. YOU DON'T NEED A DESIGNER. (Yes, you do, actually.)