Ratio Design
Ratio Design

Ratio Design

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Introduction
From houses to condos to ultra modern beach homes, we can handle whatever you need and keep all your needs in mind as we design you a beautiful home that takes care of you.
Overview

Serves Long Beach, CA

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2 employees

2 years in business

Payment methods

This pro accepts payments via Apple Pay, Cash, Check, Credit card, PayPal, Venmo, and Zelle.

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Featured Projects

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  • Kitchen Refresh

    Interior Design

  • Secondary Bathroom

    Interior Design

Specialties
Client style

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Reviews

Customers rated this pro highly for professionalism, work quality, and value.

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Derek S.
Mar 18, 2024
Ratio Design exceeded my expectations with their exceptional craftsmanship and attention to detail. From the initial consultation to the final touches, their professionalism and expertise were evident. They completed the project on time and within budget, delivering outstanding results. I highly recommend Ratio Design!
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Jason B.
Mar 18, 2024
I am usually the worst when it comes to overtaking projects because I find myself being a control freak. But I had Cody who was extremely professional, and understanding to all of my needs help me create my perfect vision.
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Cody Fordyce

FAQs

  • What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?

    The average interior designer hourly rate is between $50-100/hr. At Ratio Design, we charge between $40-$60/hr depending on the type of work (general or drafting). We respect customers' time and wallets by trying to save time and give you what you need with no gimmicks or fluff. We do not try to push you into a more expensive service or package because we're here for you.

  • What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

    After getting the initial project details, it helps to meet with the customer to gain a better understanding of the project and discuss initial ideas. Based on the customer's taste and direction, we will find inspiration pieces/picture to guide us as we begin selecting materials, items, colors, etc. Then, we put those selections and plans into nice hybrid planning drawings with specific measurements for the customer and contractor to understand the end product. For larger, multi-room projects, we also make a central project document called the nomenclature in which we place all our brief instructions and plans for each area. This document resembles a long format, vision-based scope of work.

  • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

    I've been exposed to and part of renovations, construction, design, property investment, rental property management, and project management for my whole life. More formally, however, I've done countless hours of independent research of various styles, establishing my taste, understanding the principles and true purpose of modern design, and the origins of it all. Because of this, I'm flexible to execute any type of modern design and I view design projects as a collaborative educational process where I do my best to help the customer truly understand modernism because it's more than square shapes and grayscale colors.

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