Betsy’s Design Process

Betsy Lynn Interior Design is a full service interior design firm committed to our clients’ desires, needs and wants. The interiors of your home, business, or hospitality project will strike a balance between architecture and interior, form and function, layout and scale, color and texture. You will be guided through the design process in an atmosphere of innovation and excellence. Collaborating with you, we are able to make your vision a reality by creating unique, captivating, and dynamic environments. Whether designing one room, one home, or public spaces, our ongoing commitment is to exceed your expectations all the while adhering to your financial objectives and defining your personal “Signature Style.”

The initial meeting is an information gathering session only. During this session we will discuss your needs, preferences and vision for your project. This discussion addresses design & space requirements, your anticipated budget and expected timeline. We will review our working policies & answer questions about how our practice operates.

Our second meeting is where we will clearly define the scope of work required to complete your project, concerns and limitations are addressed, a preliminary budget is reviewed, and a project timeline is established. Our agreements are in writing and are customized depending on your project. Your signed approval and a retainer are required before we begin your project.

After you have agreed to work with us, the next step will be to produce a set of plans/construction documents, present and select your furniture and finishings.  At this point, we will have a good idea of what the finished product will be and can begin negotiating final price quotes for needed specialty professional services.

Contracts for specialty contractors are submitted in writing for your approval. Deposits to begin all work are required at this time. All materials, fixtures, manufacturers, suppliers, and equipment are named (specified) and ordered. We will handle ordering materials and products as well as supervise the arrival (does not include storage of furniture/furnishing items,) delivery, and installation of materials and furnishings.