Lead times are the amount of time it takes for a product to be created, shipped and delivered to you. When redesigning your space(s) we will have some products that take longer than others. Some products may be in stock, while others are made to order. It’s important to understand that these factors are completely out of our control. We can discuss together if you prefer in stock items to get them sooner rather than later, but often times a higher quality piece may take longer (and vice versa).
While I believe great design takes time and the design process is constantly “moving,” my goal is always to transform your space within any realistic timeframes you may have. It’s important we establish any deadlines or specific dates that you would like to start seeing changes. Then, we can try to back into this. I will always be candid with you if I don’t think we can achieve those deadlines, and how we can make small improvements over time.
I found this definition of interior decorating on Forbes to be quite on par. While I do consider myself a “designer” - I am providing the service of interior decorating, so I want to show the difference. ”Interior decorating is outfitting a space with aesthetically pleasing elements such as furniture, wall-coverings, accessories, rugs and more. Interior decorators do not work with architects to create new interior spaces; they embellish interior spaces that already exist.”
Frequently Asked Questions
If you’re uncomfortable or having trouble making decisions around furniture choices, then a decorator may be a good solution. If you’re not happy with the current layout or aesthetic of your space(s) then an interior decorator can help.
Pricing & Services Guide
The decision to start redesigning your space or home is a big one and you may have a few questions or thoughts floating around. If you’re wondering what the financial investment is to work with Holly Baker Studio, then download my Pricing & Services guide. A beautiful space and a happier you is on the horizon!