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Concept Design: The initial design phase

The concept stage of an interior design project is the initial phase where the designer works with the client to understand their needs, preferences, and goals for the space. During this stage, the designer will gather information about the project, such as the size and layout of the space, the intended use of the space, your budget and timeline. They will gather all of the relevant information such as what your 'must haves' are, what your 'would love to have' list looks like, and what you dislike, so that they can then come up with a unique plan to suit your preferences. It is also a great opportunity for you to ask any questions about the process and provide any additional information and/or images that you feel may reflect your preferred style.


The designer will also consider any existing architectural features and how they will influence the renovation. With this information, the designer will create a concept or vision for the space, which will serve as a guide for the design development and implementation phases of the project. This stage will help to set the direction for the entire project and ensure that the final design meets your needs and expectations.


Here at Blueprint Interior Design, the way we present our concept is dependent on each indvidual project. Our concept inclusions are listed below:


The Checklist Plan


An edited version of a real estate marketing plan is designed to show you what is possible.


The Spatial Package


A 2D floor plan is designed to demonstrate the proposed layout, zoning, connection and circulation of your new build or renovation.


The Premium Spatial Package


A 2D floor plan is accompanied by a mood board, layout options for focus rooms, and 3d visualisations.


The Room for Improvement Package


A 2D floor plan of the chosen room, along with a mood board, elevations, 3d visualisations, and proposed FF&E Selections.


Customised Design Service


A completely cohesive design presentation to suit your project.



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