Grand design visions! It is the fun part of the project. All those Pinterest boards you have been creating. All those magazine pictures you have cut out. All the conversations you have had with your friends over dinner. All those things you have admired in other people's homes you have visited.

 

Aspirations are so key to the process of creating your dream home. And I bet you are bubbling with ideas of what you want to do. Or maybe you just do not know and feel overwhelmed with the options or worried you might not make the right choice.  

 

Ideas are what I love. And I love having a robust conversation with my clients about their vision. Some who have no idea start getting enthusiastic once we start masterminding. And some who know what they want.

 

If you are feeling the pressure to have all your ideas sorted before you engage a designer, take a moment to exhale. Building or renovating a home is a process and refining the design and getting it right is not something you have to do by yourself. No is it something you have to do before you engage a designer. That is what we are here to help you with. In fact, engaging a designer earlier on can make the process faster, easier, and also more in line with your budget.

 

When I meet my clients for a Design Advice Consultation, we have a great chat about what their vision is. Together we get on the same page. They tell me about their vision, fears, and grand ideas. I offer my ideas and advice drawing on my skills, experience, and knowledge and we together form a plan. The right plan that works for them.

 

If you are wanting some progress on your aspirations and are ready to take the next step in your project, book a complimentary chat with me, Sharon.

Go to https://smartlivingspaces.nz/Book-Your-Next-Step. I look forward to hearing from you.


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