Consultation Process

The consultation process for a bespoke home office is designed to ensure that every aspect of the space is tailored to your specific needs and preferences. Here’s a detailed step-by-step breakdown:

  1. Initial Consultation:
    • This first step involves a meeting. During this session, you’ll discuss your requirements, preferences, and budget. It’s helpful to have an idea of how you want your office to look, any brand or style inspirations, and the functionality needed for your work.
  2. Site Assessment and Measurements:
    • A designer will visit your home to assess the space and take precise measurements. This step is crucial for planning the layout and ensuring that all desired elements fit perfectly within the available space.
  3. Design Proposal and Feedback:
    • Based on the initial consultation and site assessment, the designer will create a proposed layout, including floor plans and visualisations. This proposal may also include suggestions for furniture, colours, and materials. You’ll have the opportunity to review this proposal and provide feedback to ensure the design aligns with your vision.
  4. Revisions:
    • Taking into account your feedback, the designer will make necessary revisions to the design. This step may go through several iterations until you are completely satisfied with the final design.
  5. Final Design Approval:
    • Once the design is refined and meets your expectations, you will give final approval. This will include confirming choices on materials, finishes, and fixtures.
  6. Quotation and Agreement:
    • With the final design approved, you’ll receive a detailed quote and timeline for the project. This includes the cost of materials, labour, and any additional services required. Upon agreement, contracts are signed to begin the execution phase.
  7. Scheduling and Project Management:
    • Your designer will schedule the work, coordinating with tradespeople and suppliers to ensure materials are ordered and work commences on time. They will oversee the project to ensure it adheres to the planned timeline and budget.
  8. Installation:
    • This phase involves the physical construction and installation of your home office. It includes tasks such as carpentry, painting, electrical work, and assembling furniture. The installation team will work to minimise disruption to your daily life.
  9. Final Walk-Through and Adjustments:
    • After installation, you’ll do a final walk-through with the designer. This is your opportunity to point out any issues or adjustments needed. It ensures everything is completed to your satisfaction.
  10. Aftercare Support:
    • Once everything is completed, you’ll receive aftercare support. This might include advice on maintenance of new installations and a point of contact for any post-installation queries or issues that might arise.

Each step is crucial to ensure that the home office not only meets your functional needs but also reflects your personal style and enhances your working environment.