I service local Greater Brisbane areas. And for the right project, I would be open to travelling further afield.
CONSULTATIONS / STYLING PLANS – Aim to Improve the AESTHETICS of your home by considering style, design and definition in relation to your home. Rachael would specifically address:
Yes, I can create a design concept that incorporates “style” or more specifically “your style” interwoven with the story of your home. A design concept is visual and is the idea behind any design choices / purchases
Yes, if you would like my assistance to help YOU do the work on YOUR home, my consultations are flexible and are designed with this purpose in mind too. I can create a styling plan for you with a list of To Do’s. This approach works well for clients who are self motivated and keen to achieve a well loved home.
Step number one of any project is to know your budget and overall project spend. This is also information that your stylist will need to know upfront, in order to source on your behalf and to effectively stay on brief. I would suggest visiting a range of stores to gain an understanding of the cost of furniture. It is a sensible idea to do this before you meet with a stylist in order to gain a solid idea of the boundaries of your budget.
When sourcing for a furniture design brief, a stylist will source furniture based on furniture that fits the brief and is available (within acceptable wait / delivery time frames). The aesthetic requirements of a space, budget and design concepts help create a picture for a stylist / designer to source furniture effectively. These selections are based on furniture that is available to purchase. Stock levels turn over quickly, therefore timing plays a huge role in creating a furniture design brief. If you’re not ready to purchase, it would be advisable to stick with a design concept brief only so that you’re not disappointed with any stock – availability when your are ready to make your furniture purchases.
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