When it comes to high-end design, less is better.
The elements of a room should speak for themselves.
High-end finishes shouldn't be covered with clutter.
High-quality artwork, a few well-placed tchotchke's, and ultra-organized space may be all you need to bring a room together and give it that high-end feel.
Luxury styles can feel cold and uninviting if not implemented correctly. I specialize in eclectic designs and can make your luxurious space feel warm and inviting without compromising style and class.
Admittedly, I have expensive taste.
However, I also like to live a debt-free lifestyle.
I am frugal with my spending because I have a family to think about. Knowing how to budget and save money is crucial. For this reason, I have figured out shortcuts to getting exactly what I want when it comes to furnishing my own home. Many high-end items I own were bought at a bargain, or, for almost nothing.
How did I do it?
It's a designer's secret. So, I will keep that to myself. ❤️
But my point is, I can help you get the design you want for less than you think.
Good design begins with a budget.
Design is a balancing act.
You want to be sure your money is spent on the elements that will have the greatest impact on your space. When it comes to a high-end look, you don't necessarily have to spend a lot of money. You just have to know where to invest the money that you do have.
LUXURY WORK SPACE
An office doesn't have to be boring. It is important to have a workspace that inspires you. Functionality is important, as well as style. Impressing your clients goes beyond your skills and knowledge. You want to show them you have the ability to think outside the 4-walled box. If style and comfort are what you want in the workplace, there is no reason why you should have to compromise. All you need is the help of someone who is great at accomplishing a well-thought-out plan.
Let's begin with a free Zoom or over-the-phone consultation.
Call me today!
Valerie Clay, Creative Agent