The relationship between an interior designer and client is very special. A designer must be good listener to be able to transform their client’s wishes into reality. The finished project must be a personal masterpiece for that client.
Good chemistry felt from the initial meeting forges an important bond for the rest of the project and beyond. That bond can lead to lasting relationships, and I have been fortunate to develop these types of relationships in my design career. I feel, strongly, in building the foundation of trust, mutual respect, and a strong commitment to each and every client as well as creating innovative interiors that will be loved for many years following the final installation. It is always great when I can keep in touch with clients even after a project is completed.
The focus on detailing to enhance the architectural “bones” of a home, office or yacht are paramount to the successful combination of numerous design elements necessary in every project. Floor, wall and ceiling details must work in concert with the movable furnishings, artwork and accessories. It is important to give clients choices that all work within the overall scope of services and enhance the client’s life.
Communication is key, and continuing to grow the relationship between designer and client is a very important cornerstone of my design firm, DJID, Inc.