Jen Haywood
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December 30, 2020
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Design

A Builder's Best Kept Secret

Let's say you've been thinking of building your dream home for awhile now.

To get there you know you need a great team!

If you're the homeowner you will be embarking on what we like to call, "Let's play 3,345 questions (not the childhood favorite of 30 questions)." These questions shape the final outcome of your home's functionality and appearance. What faucet would you like, in what color, what height, what metal, brushed or chrome, two knobs or one, sprayer on the side or attached – and that's JUST scratching the surface of the decisions regarding the kitchen sink's faucet.

You see where we're going....right? BUT HAVE NO FEAR, we make it easy, because we use our handy materials checklist (see below). Between mood boards, samples and on location discovery sessions; it comes together, we promise!

If you're the builder you can't be on location, managing subcontractors, your team and all the building details if you're at a plumbing supply store helping your beloved clients pick out a toilet. No way! The secret here is an Interior Designer. Plus take a look at this material's checklist, pretty sexy right? What builder doesn't want this completed and conveniently emailed to them. We're your team!

A builder's best kept secret is a great interior designer and it is our greatest honor to work with all of our builders, and you know what....

An interior designer's best kept secret is an awesome builder.

We absolutely love the process of bringing a home from an idea to reality with our builders. It's magical when you get great architects, builders and interior designers working together.

Jen with Kate from Arnest Architecture

The best part, (for all of us involved) is seeing our happy clients enjoying their dream home!

*Pictured above, Jen with Nicholas from Zenith Design + Build

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