Rddhima and Sanjana Designs
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Hired 2 times
1 year in business
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Craftsman / Farmhouse,
Rustic / Southwestern,
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- Sal S.
They understood my aesthetics quickly and designed my beautiful house from scratch. They worked very well with me and the contractor and got the job done timely. I highly recommend them for interior design projects.Oct 14, 2020
- Bharti K.
Rddhima and Sanjana used my idea as a starting point and designed my home better than what I had imagined. They are very organized and were able to stick to a strict timeline and budget.Feb 8, 2021
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Our hourly rate is $75 but we provide you with a breakdown of how we have spent those hours.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Generally we like to start with a site survey with the client(s) but we are okay if we receive photographs and an overall plan with dimensions of the existing space to begin the conversation. After understanding the scope and budget of the project, here is usually how we like to breakdown the process - 1. Space planning - We ask the client(s) how they utilize the space we are working with so that we can provide our input by creating floor plans that will be the most efficient within the given space. 2. Mood Boards - After setting ourselves with a space/floor plan that works best, we create mood boards for each of the spaces to get an idea of what the client(s) prefers in terms of materials, textures and colors. 3. Rendering - To get a mood and feel of the room/area we create images of the spaces. This helps the client(s) visualise the space with all the elements put together. 4. Drawing Set - If the project requires a bid from a contractor we tend to create drawings to communicate the required scope of work. 5. Budget - While we wait for contractors to give us the bids to compare, we tend to create PDF's with all the required furniture, fixtures and equipment. 6. Editing - If the cost of construction, materials and FF&E is over budget, we tend to bring down construction costs wherever possible and try to look for alternative materials, furniture, etc. to meet the required number. 7. Construction Management - We coordinate all required handlings with the contractor.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Both of us (Rddhima & Sanjana) have a BFA in Interior Design from Pratt Institute.