At Beautiful Room we want to understand who you are, how you live and what you love,
to help you create beautiful spaces that bring joy and tell your story.
The first step on your journey with Beautiful Room is to book an Initial Consultation so we can see your space and understand exactly what you would like to achieve. Your Designer will observe how your space functions (for this reason we encourage you not to tidy up before we come), ask you lots of questions, take photographs/measurements and offer broad advisory services. At the end of your appointment your Designer will explain any next steps, highlighting any Project Development work or Follow-up Consultation/s that may be required.
Prior to your Initial Consultation we recommend that you -
Following your Initial Consultation we may need to spend some time drawing, sourcing materials and finishes or preparing design schemes 'behind the scenes.' We refer to this type of work as 'Project Development' and it is charged at your Designer's hourly rate. Please note: we will always seek your approval prior to commencing any Project Development work.
Follow-up Consultations provide us with an opportunity to present and discuss our design concepts, ideas and/or selections with you. During these meetings we encourage your feedback, to ensure you understand and feel comfortable with the creative direction in which we are heading. Follow-up Consultations may be conducted onsite, in the studio, or at a showroom nominated by your Designer. Follow-up Consultations are charged at your Designer's hourly rate.
Once final decisions have been made for custom made cabinetry, furniture, window treatments, rugs, soft furnishings and/or accessories your Designer will provide you with a written quotation, which will include delivery and installation.
For projects involving builds and renovations, we can offer our support throughout the duration of the build. We are happy to liaise with your selected trades. If you would like to work with our allied trades, please let your designer know. Project Management is charged at your designer’s hourly rate.