A mini design may just be what you’re looking for. In fact, one of the first questions I’m asked when meeting with new potential clients is, “How does the design process work?”
Well, one of those ways is a mini design. This option is great for those who have an idea of what they want, but lack the know-how to pull it all together. More so, it’s a great option for those that have a limited budget, because a mini design will allow you to implement at your own pace.
A mini design starts with a mood board or vision board. It allows you to get a feel for the items, colors, and textures that will help tie your space together. Mood boards can, and often do, contain items you already have. We’ll typically add additional pieces to spice up your space.
In the example below, my client didn’t need bedroom furniture for his bachelor pad/master bedroom. However, he did need help incorporating some fresh new items. We added paint, lighting, textiles, and other decor pieces to pull of a manly master retreat.
Once you’ve signed off on your mood board design, I’ll provide you with a resource list. Your list will contain the item, source, and price which you can then purchase items as your ready and implement the design yourself.
Mini designs are an affordable option to get the professional help of a stylist. Another benefit of a mini design is that it can all be done remotely. A video/phone consultation, pictures of your space, and a few measurements are all that’s necessary. No need to live locally!