Design Consultation

What To Expect

During our initial consultation for your interior design project, you can expect a thorough exploration of your needs, preferences, and the scope of the project.


Here’s what you can expect to encounter →


Brief overview of Nicole’s background, experience, and approach.

Project Overview:

Discussion about the specifics of your project, including the type of space, its purpose, and any unique features or challenges.

Lifestyle and Preferences:

In-depth exploration of your lifestyle, daily routines, and how you envision using the space. Discussion of your aesthetic preferences, including colors, styles, and any specific design elements
you love.

Functional Requirements:

Identification of functional requirements and any special considerations for the space. Discussion about any specific needs or activities that the design should accommodate.

Budget and Timeline:

Exploration of your budgetary constraints and discussions about realistic expectations. Preliminary discussion about the project timeline and milestones.

Inspiration and Ideas:

Sharing of inspiration images, mood boards, or examples to help pinpoint your design tastes. Collaboration on establishing a design direction that resonates with your vision.

Site Analysis:

If applicable, a brief site analysis or assessment of the existing space. Identification of potential challenges or opportunities within the space.

Questions and Clarifications:

An opportunity for you to ask questions and seek clarification on any aspect of the design process. Discussion of any specific concerns or considerations you may have.

Next Steps:

Explanation of the design process, including the next steps, deliverables, and how the design team operates. Discussion about the contract, fees, and any paperwork required to initiate the project.

Collaborative Approach:

Emphasis on a collaborative approach, ensuring that your input is valued throughout the design process. Open communication about how feedback will be incorporated into the design.

By the end of the initial consultation, you should have a clear understanding of the design process, a shared vision with Nicole, and a sense of how your unique preferences and needs will be incorporated into the upcoming project.