Small Is the New Big

Small Is the New Big

The square footage of the American home has grown from just under 1,000 square feet in the 1950’s to nearly 3,000 in the recent years. After World War II, fueled by the decade of prosperity in the 50’s, and the new trend of American consumerism, the sizes of the average U.S. house began to grow…Read More

Managing Client Expectations and Project Timelines

Posted by on Mar 30, 2015 in Interior Design, Space Planning, WPL Design
Managing Client Expectations and Project Timelines

Some of the many roles that Interior Designers must play as part of their routine job description are Project Managers and Public Relations experts so that projects run smoothly and that clients know what to expect and when to expect it. What we don’t want are clients who are surprised by unforeseen delays, unintended consequences…Read More

Kitchen Design Basics

Kitchen Design Basics

Where does one begin to plan a new kitchen? Clearly a space plan is needed and we recommend starting with appliances. Where are they? How far apart are they? How many are there? Which ones? And what sizes? These are all key questions that will need to be answered. Designers used to think in terms…Read More