Our Interior Designer will meet with you in your home to discuss your interior styling requirements. With the guidance of our qualified Interior Designer, Tysha, you'll be taken through a simple and stress-free process to eliminate any expensive decorating mistakes.
We can create a Look Book of selections for each room. A Look Book is a great way to see the furniture and decorative items that will work best with the room and the rest of house. We can also assist with custom cabinetry; colour selections for exterior and interior including Kitchens and Bathrooms.
Prior to meeting with Tysha, we ask you to take time to consider you living spaces including the functionality and what is currently not working for you. We recommend collecting images to identify your decorating style including images of furniture and art. We recommend using resources such as Pinterest or Houzz. You can also visit the MyPad Property Styling Pinterest page, to view our collection of images.
For more information call Tysha on 0412 523 468 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Interior Designer will meet with you to discuss how you would like to see your interior transformed. They will collect information on your space and discuss options for achieving your vision and work to suit your budget. Based on the meeting, the Interior Designer will create a custom proposal that includes a summary of your requirement and the suggested number of hours needed to create your space. This can be broken down into stages and managed over time based on your frame and budget.
We access our database of wholesaler’s and retailers to curate the furniture and decorative items to create your unique interior. We develop a personalized Look Book that clearly outlines selections for each room including floor plans, images, dimensions, colour and cost.
We can assist with the shopping including receiving deliveries and furniture assembly. Once all items are received, our experienced Interior Designer will visit your home to style and ensure the overall design concept is achieved.