Putting in the effort to explore your style preferences before meeting with your designer, will go a long way. Being able to communicate your vision in a clear and concise manner can help your designer understand your goals and desires. Here are some tips on how to prepare for the design process meeting.
Make a List of “Wants” and “Don’t Wants”
Ultimately, your designer will be making a lot of decisions on your behalf, so it’s important to help them understand what you desire. Make lists of features you want your home to have as well as what you don’t want in order to help your designer get an idea of what you see as your dream home.
The best way to communicate your ideas is to collect images or sketches of things you love. Bringing along every piece of visual inspiration is a powerful way to express what you’re looking for in your dream home.
Once you have collected ideas, begin prioritizing features for your new house. With so many inspirations to choose from, you need to prioritize the most crucial aspects of your design and then add from there. Consider adding some notes explaining what it is about the space/feature that made you include it.
Whatever the vision is for your dream home, the team at Ben Stout Construction has the experience, expertise, and resources to bring it to reality. We take the time to fully understand your needs and aim to create a design that reflects your taste and lifestyle.
Have you been on the hunt for a perfect new home? We have new construction and custom homes that represent your values, personality, and lifestyle. Contact us today at 910-779-0019, and let’s get started on the process of getting your dream home!
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