Jarrett Design takes a different approach.
Get used to being spoiled. Get ready to have some fun.
Being spoiled and having fun are two concepts that don’t often come to mind when contemplating a remodeling or new construction project. We know how overwhelming home projects can be. We are here to help. Communication is of utmost importance throughout every stage of your project. Therefore, we make ourselves extremely available to you. And let’s face it; we all want to have fun. We welcome your job with enthusiasm and excitement.
Our services begin with listening and understanding your ideas and concerns. We ask lots of questions to develop your wish list. Share your thoughts with us – we are all ears!
Wish list in hand, along with a complete understanding of your space, we exhaust every design possibility. We create as many floor plans as the space will allow aiming to maximize functionality first. Together we will evaluate these plans until the final, most desirable floor plan is determined. Then we present elevations or perspectives of the space incorporating the aesthetic features that make your space a beautiful expression of your style.
We educate you every step of the way. We present designs to you, explaining the pros and the cons of each and how they impact functionality, aesthetics, materials, budget, and your priorities. We discuss trade-offs and allow you to make the decisions that are right for you.
Organization is a key ingredient to the success of your project. After the designing is done and all materials are ordered, a great deal of coordination is necessary. We will guide you as much as you would like throughout the project with your contractors, electricians, and plumbers or with those we provide.
We aren’t happy unless you are. We will follow through until every last detail meets your satisfaction.
I wanted to make my kitchen eco friendly and Jill gave me some good ideas and pointed me in the right direction. I now have an absolutely beautiful recycled glass countertop that gets compliments from anyone who sees it for the first time.
— Denise from Clifton, NJ