Process


Process

Assert Your Style

Sharon’s “Assert Your Style” approach identifies your design fantasies and transforms them into your realities, always keeping lifestyle and budget in mind.

Understanding The Client’s Lifestyle, Style Preferences And Risk-Tolerance

Asking the right questions and listening to the answers—both verbal and non-verbal—helps Sharon to determine how the space or home will be utilized. In addition, Sharon gleans information about daily habits, traffic patterns, style and color preferences, as well as one’s inclination to the latest trends, before deciding upon the design mix. If she is working with a couple, she is careful to interview both, separately, to determine any additional requirements of the design concept.

Project Assessment

Having gathered the pertinent information, Sharon assesses the entire project in light of the client’s personality and style, whether new construction, room makeover or renovation. She recommends functional yet creative design solutions, in the form of color, texture, fabrics, lighting, flooring, among others, to bring the greatest comfort and satisfaction to the client. The plan is comprehensive and detailed so that there are no surprises.

Design Coach And Manager

Guided by a gentle hand through the process, the client is able to make stress-free decisions with the confidence that Sharon is working at every turn toward a mutually agreed upon, clearly defined goal and budget. Panache Interior Design works with a masterful team skilled in window design, upholstery, painting, and custom cabinetry. Sharon maintains relationships with vendors and merchants for preferred service in cabinetry, lighting, furniture, flooring, and more.

Your Signature Panache Design Awaits

The resulting renovation, construction project or simple room makeover is a fusion of creativity and function. For Sharon, interior design is very much about the client relationship. “The process of showcasing a client’s style within a given space and with guidance from me is particularly rewarding,” says Sharon.