If you have questions, we probably have answers:
Does Fuller Interiors have a minimum project size?
Yes! We are a full-service design firm so we design full rooms!
Is there a charge for an initial consultation?
Our initial consultation fee is $350.
How long will a project take?
Projects typically range from 3 months to a year depending on the scope of the project.
Can you recommend a great architect or builder?
Yes! We work very closely with architects and contractors and have established great working relationships. It’s key that we all work in collaboration to provide the best possible outcome for our clients.
How do you work? What’s the process?
We begin our process with an onboarding phone call to see if our firm is a good fit for a potential client. We then schedule an initial consultation to review clients’ needs and esthetic on the job site .
Once we are hired, we start the process of taking detailed measurements, and then the fun creative process begins! Our team develops a detailed design plan and then we have a detailed design meeting with our client for all the initial selections.
Once items are approved we provide a proposal and begin the ordering process. The installation process begins and the client is met with a beautiful room that meets their personality and aesthetic!
Will this be collaborative?
100%. We want this to be a fun enjoyable experience. Our mission is to create beautiful interiors that truly reflect our clients’ lifestyle.
Should we do everything at once? How do we know how to prioritize?
We are a full-service design firm and we work with clients who are seeking to design full rooms or houses. Once we have our initial conversation with clients and review budget, we come up with a plan to determine phases if necessary
How often do you communicate with your client during the project?
Communication is essential during the design process. We provide a bi-weekly project tracker to our clients that provides the status of each order. We highly encourage weekly meetings on our design-build projects with the client and contractor so decisions can be made in a timely fashion.
Who handles communication with the architect, the builder, vendors?
A project manager is assigned to a project who handles all the communication
We have pets/children/glasses of wine in this house. Will the design take that into consideration?
Yes! The majority of our clients have all the above. We use tons of indoor /outdoor fabrics that work great with all of the above!