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Frequently Asked Questions

HOW MUCH DO YOU CHARGE?

Our 2-hour in-home consultation is $500. Our prices per job will be within our professional proposal.


WHAT IS THE PROCESS?

At Christie Kenny Interiors, the process begins by asking clients to fill out a Getting to know you worksheet before we visit your home. The worksheet provides the information we need to prepare for our visit. During our time at your home, we will review your inquiry in detail, such as needs, wants, and budget. We will take photos, measurements, and we will collectively collaborate visions for your home. After our home visit, we will send you a professional proposal based on the information gathered. Once we receive approval, we will discuss a time frame for your project. Let the fun begin!


DO I NEED TO COMPLETE ALL OF MY PROJECTS AT ONCE?

I know this sounds cliché, but as they say, “Rome wasn’t built in a day.” At Christie Kenny Interiors, we work at your pace. We can work on an entire home all at once or work in phases. It’s all up to you. Nothing is too big or too small.


WILL YOU WORK WITH MY EXISTING PIECES?

YES! We love incorporating existing pieces into our Design Scheme. We will take the pieces you love and showcase them within your home. We believe your home should tell a story, your story, and to do that, we suggest adding existing pieces, whether it’s an heirloom, family photo, or a beloved piece of art.


WHAT IS DESIGNER FOR A DAY?

I'm so glad that you asked! Designer for a day is for the client that likes to be in charge of their projects. It's a five-hour in-home design session. It's the perfect option for someone that needs assistance to establish a personalized space that reflects their style, interests, and exact needs in a short amount of time. They want all of the details handed over to them so they can take over from there. They're motivated and determined to get the job done. 

HOW MUCH DOES "DESIGNER FOR A DAY" COST?

Great question! The cost for Designer for a Day can range from $2500 and up depending on the size of the room.


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