Perhaps it feels a bit too small. Or a bit too large. Maybe a room needs to be updated or expanded. You would like a more convenient layout of the kitchen. Another sink in the bathroom. A walk-in shower instead of a tub. That’s all doable. But there’s more involved than just painting with new colors or hanging different drapes. How do you go about making a room exactly what you dream it can be?
You may have seen other homes with exactly the features you want. But the idea of selling and buying a new home really doesn’t appeal to you. When you’re thinking like this, my residential renovation design services can be of benefit to you.
I am neither an architect nor a contractor. I don’t need to be. What I do is to bridge the gap between these two disciplines. By providing feedback on what needs to be done structurally and ascetically to optimize the use of your home’s space, bring out its beauty and enhance its overall harmony, I can help you understand what the possibilities are.
I can help you clarify your vision for a special space. Do you need me to refer a skilled and experienced architect? I can do that. How about a general contractor? I can do that, too. More importantly, as a seasoned, experienced professional, I know architects and contractors who do what they say they will do. That can save a lot of time and money by avoiding the “trial and error” process using unknown crafts and trade people.
I also work with builders on new construction projects to coordinate bathroom and kitchen materials, color schemes throughout the space, selection of appliances, lighting, etc.
Have you been considering making some changes in your home? You can describe your goals for your project. I’ll tell you how I can help you achieve those goals. I can create harmony in your special, new spaces. Call me.
(In my next newsletter, I’ll discuss the project management services that I offer.)