After 2 years of designing, planning, purchasing, inspecting, site visits and LOTS of follow ups; its all coming together at our latest Fort Lauderdale Interior Design project!
We are often asked, do you work on smaller projects or just new construction homes and the answer is, YES! we do take on smaller projects and this helps us level out the long withdraws of not having a turnover in months and sometimes years. We’re not going to lie, its difficult staying motivated about your project when it takes so long and being just as excited towards the end as we were when we first got to meet our new clients but this is when it counts the most. Its important to stay motivated and present towards the end of the project because this is when your Interior Designer needs to trouble shoot all of the small onsite challenges that arrive no matter how much you plan.
Whether you’re a home owner building your own home or a professional, one of the best ways to support your General Contractor is to visit the site as much as he or she feels comfortable to trouble shoot questions. Be proactive and encouraging when challenges arrive and always smile! It sounds like this might be obvious advice but trust us! it makes a bit difference in the long run.
Okay.. back to Fort Lauderdale Interior Design the project on hand!…
Last time we featured our Fort Laudedale interior design project we took you behind the scenes into the concept development phase and the thought process behind this spectacular waterfront residence. Now we’re going to take a deeper look into what really makes these spectacular DKOR Projects come to life: collaboration. We couldn’t get any of our projects completed without our extended team members. On this new construction Ft. Lauderdale home we are lucky enough to work with Bomar Builders.
With experience with luxurious custom homes in Ft. Lauderdale, Hillsboro Beach, Boca Raton and Delray Beach they were the perfect builder for the project. Now they have been a bit more involved then what we were originally accustomed to but we were eager to hand over the engineering and procurement part of the project to them and leave us to do what we do best; DESIGN!!! Nonetheless we did make lots of site visits with the team to work out the details and make sure everything was being executed according to the original design intent. Lets take a look;