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Becca helped me with a kitchen update. We worked together choosing quartz countertops, hardware for the cabinets, faucet and accessories. The project turned out so incredibly beautiful. I highly recommend Becca for any interior design job big or small! See her website for photos.Sep 10, 2019
Becca has helped me select the colors scheme and fixtures for a bathroom remodel/Upgrade. I have usually chosen traditional decor and she has helped me choose more modern elements, since I want a more contemporary look in my master bathroom. She has been great to work with, and prompt when I have questions, I definitely recommend Becca Jarrod Design Studio.Sep 11, 2019
Becca helped me with furniture layout, styling, color scheme and art placement throughout my home. She is great to work with and she captured my vision exactly as I had in mind! I would absolutely recommend her services and I plan to work with her again in the future!Sep 11, 2019
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?We begin by setting up a phone consultation to briefly learn more about you and your project. Afterward, we schedule an in-person, complimentary, design consultation and meet at the project site together, if possible. Here we will review your project in detail with one another and determine we are the best fit for one another. We will also discuss our process and pricing at this meeting. Upon deciding to move forward with us you will receive a new client packet that goes into detail about our processes and FAQs, along with a design agreement to review. After a design agreement is signed, we have an additional meeting with the client to take space measurements, photos discuss in-depth budget, needs, vibe and time frame.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I've worked within the field of design since 2012, after graduating with an arts degree in Interior Design. Taking on my first position in West Hollywood, California. Here I worked with a firm that was featured on HGTV multiple times, completing both residential and commercial design projects. After Los Angeles, I moved to Chicago. I first managed a showroom at the Merchandise Mart which allowed me to get to know the Chicago furniture market and form relationships. After a year at the mart, I moved into luxury, full-service, residential interior design. Where I've since started my own business in 2018.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?Since a young age, I have been exposed to design and the building process. With a grandfather who was a developer of land to residential homes, as a child, I'd play with his blueprints whenever visiting his office. My grandparents also owned a marble fabrication company, which is still family-owned today. With a mother who is a graphic artist, I've been around design, art, and trades, as long as I can remember.