“Providing interior design services allow our clients to participate in the look and feel of their interior from day one, with the assurance that a design professional is guiding them throughout the process." -Mia Hannom, Manager, Stillwater Dwellings Interior Design
SEATTLE (PRWEB) November 12, 2019
Stillwater Dwellings, Inc., a modern, prefabricated architectural firm based in Seattle, WA, has added a full-suite interior design service to their home design process. This now allows clients to design their home from exterior to interior under one umbrella. The interior design team will collaborate with clients from the very beginning of a project to select one of three interior finish packages; Modern, Natural or Original, and then customize it to their lifestyle and taste. Developing both the architecture and design simultaneously allows for a complete design solution up-front that complements the client’s taste and fits within the framework of the Stillwater Dwellings architecture.
“Providing interior design services allow our clients to participate in the look and feel of their interior from day one, with the assurance that a design professional is guiding them throughout the process. The comfort of knowing what to expect and how their home will look leaves nothing but excitement for the finished product.” -Mia Hannom, Manager, Stillwater Dwellings Interior Design
With every Stillwater Dwellings signed contract, there will be eight hours of complementary interior design consultation after which clients may choose the scope of service with which they would like to continue.
Stillwater Dwellings was founded in 2008 and has since established itself as a premier brand in the luxury prefabricated home industry. Based in Seattle, Co-CEOs, Kaveh Khatibloo and John Morgan have built a talented team of architects, project managers and design professionals that has enabled Stillwater Dwellings to stay ahead of the growing demand for luxury prefabricated homes. In addition, Stillwater Dwellings has been a key player in helping wildfire ravaged communities in California to rebuild their homes.
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