Interior Design Process
Jewel Toned Interiors is a licensed interior design boutique in Fort Lauderdale, Florida that provides an exceptional level of creative and professional service. We design stunning commercial and residential interiors. Here is an overview of the 7 phases for our interior design process. For every project we create environments that consider each clients’ unique statement, financial ability and functional concerns. We are available and accessible for our clients along the entire process of a project, providing turn-key services when requested. The quality of our work is reflected in the finished project exceeding the expectations
Phase 1: Research And Space Planning
This Phase consists of gathering information and developing an in-depth understanding of the client's design goals. This process begins with an intensive exchange of information. In this Phase the designer creates a preliminary layout.
Phase 2: Design Concept And Development
The interior designer will create a concept for the interior that correlates with the Client's vision. The Designer will further translate all of the information that has been gathered into additional sketches, design concepts and interior renderings.
Phase 3: Design Concept Refinement
The Designer will create a concept for the interior that correlates with the Client's vision. The Designer will further translate the information into sketches, design concepts & interior renderings.
Phase 5: Budget Review
The Designer will develop the design concept into design intent drawings that convey the vision to both the Client and the architect.
Phase 4: Design Documentation
The Designer will develop the design concept into design intent drawings that convey the vision to both the client and the architect and will present to the client for review.
Phase 6: Purchasing
This phase includes the facilitation of procurement for the furnishings of the project.
Phase 7: Construction Management
The Designer will submit a set of Design Development drawings prior to permit submittal. The Designer will observe the construction progress and determine if it is translating the Client's vision into the built environment.