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Craftsman / Farmhouse,
Rustic / Southwestern,
Lisa Demberg of Style Reboot is a true find. Whether she is on site or consulting via email, Skype, etc. her perception of the project is stellar. She is warm, creative and professional when it comes to collaborating with her client's ideas. Her visions for our home both inside and out were exactly what we wished for. It's as if we became a cohesive team with a goal towards a beautiful and welcoming home. Highly recommend!May 17, 2015
Lisa is profession, direct and genuine. She collaborates well and respects clients interests and opinions, but makes decisions and provides solid advice when needed. I asked her to provide interior design advice and counsel in our project rather than having her implement a complete design effort. Her wisdom and knowledge were excellent, her opinions well-communicated and her recommendations perfect. She was energetic, warm and fun.Apr 2, 2015
I wanted to freshen up my living room, family room and dining room without totally redecorating. Lisa walked through my house, and after talking with me briefly, came up with so many creative and cost effective ideas. She was able to make the most of what I already had but gave my house a more stylish and up to date look. Lisa is easy to work with, thoughtful and conscientious. I can't recommend her highly enough.Mar 25, 2015
Lisa has a great eye for color and design. She's easy to work with and has been willing to meet me at design centers to help me pick out products. She makes decisive suggestions but also is flexible and able to listen to my ideas. Her prices are fair and invoices are clear and easy to understand. She even drops off books and samples that she believes will help us with our project. I enjoy working with her!Mar 24, 2015
Lisa Demberg, creative genius behind Style Reboot,is the consummate professional. She has the ability to inspire her clients and is simultaneously sensitive to their budget and creative ideas.Mar 23, 2015
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?There are two pricing systems. A flat $85 an hour, which is what most people select, or a percentage of what is spent in the long run. This percentage can vary depending on the size of the project. I pass on a part of my designer discount on purchases to the client to offset costs.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Before meeting, I ask the customer to gather as many pictures of things they like...rooms that make them happy, pieces of furniture, maybe a light fixture, anything that helps me understand their visual sense and style. When we first meet in the space to be designed, I ask a lot of questions to understand likes or dislikes, and we go through the mini portfolio that the client has collected. First impression ideas from me and from the customer are very valuable as a touchstone throughout the process.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?When living in California, I produced film and television movies as a living and designed homes as a hobby. I became the "go to" designer for all my friends and then for their friends. Eventually, when I was thinking of moving to Colorado, my friends convinced me that I needed to bring my sensibility to Colorado and start my own design business. They were right. It is enormous fun and very satisfying. Films and TV are still in my life but they have now become more of my "hobby."