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Love Where You Live?  Want to make it into everything it can be?

Our initial introduction is the most important throughout this process, as we ask a number of relevant questions to help us understand your primary goals for the project and determine your desired aesthetic.  It is vital at this point for the client to provide any inspiration images to ensure the Blank Canvas team has the client’s vision and goals at the forefront of their design.  At this point, the house is also measured to assist with selections and layout and to get the conceptuals started.  


Our second meeting kicks off with our initial design presentation.  The client may see floor plans, concept boards and even finish samples.  This is conceptual, and details will come later in the process. Based on your feedback, the design is refined and additional meetings will continue as needed.  Feedback is crucial for the design team to move forward in the process. We collaborate with you, the architect, and the builder to ensure clear communication and direction of all design details.

As design details are meticulously considered, customized specification documents are created at this phase for implementation in the field. 

The design now starts to become a reality!  We oversee design implementation and address any concerns in the field.  We are in direct communication with the builder, assisting wherever needed. This phase always has exciting moments as progress takes place at the job site.

Interior Designer


Getting to Know the project

  • Introduction

  • Data Gathering

  • Review Architectural Plans

  • Site Visit

  • Conceptual Presentation Ideas



Key Elements Identified

  • Room by Room Ideas and Key Elements

  • Style and Color Schemes

  • Discuss and qualify thoughts 

  • Finish Samples 

  • Collaborate with Team 



It's all in the details

  • Flooring; Wood, Tile, Carpet

  • Wall Tile; Showers & Backsplashes

  • Cabinet Design and Finishes

  • Countertops

  • Paint Colors and Decorative Finishes; Wallcovering & Faux


Bringing the Outdoors In

  • Roofing and outdoor ceilings

  • Paint Color and Finishes

  • Driveway, Sidewalk and Outdoor Flooring

  • Pool Finishes

  • Landscape Selections

  • Outdoor Living Spaces


Putting Pencil to Paper

  • Tile and Flooring Details

  • Built In and Trim Details

  • 3D Renderings of Primary Spaces

  • Decorative Ceilings trim details


Proactive Teamwork  

  • Document specification for materials, fixtures and finishes

  • Builder, Vendor, Architect, Subcontractor correspondence on design, materials, and execution

  • Project Site Walk throughs

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