The Morrow Home
The Morrow Home was established to serve homeowners who value beautiful design and intentional storytelling. Our value transcends styling the home. We design a space that reflects who you are, where you've been and what you aspire to be.
Learn more about The Morrow Home at www.themorrowhome.com.
I enjoy getting to know my clients beyond their preferred aesthetic. My job is to design a story within their space. From childhood memories, to recent achievements and interests, I create a design that reflects them.
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
The first step in our process is to host a discovery call. This 15-minute conversation gives potential clients a general introduction into our design firm including what you can expect from working with us and our design packages. We also spend time understanding your project needs such as the project scope, the timeline and your budget.
Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.
There are many factors we consider when pricing a project. These include square footage--a living room in an apartment will be very different from a living room in an 8,000 sq. ft home. We also consider the estimated time it will take us to complete the project and additional factors like renovations, custom furniture and more.
How did you get started in this business?
I started The Morrow Home thanks to a love for all things home decor and due to a life-long battle with anxiety. My therapist taught me a technique that required using my environment to tap into my 5 senses. This reinforced the value of creating a space that is intentionally designed, supports you mentally and emotionally and evokes peace.
What types of customers have you worked with?
Majority of my clients have been women in their mid-30s to late 40s who are executives in corporate America. Their time is very limited so they place trust in me to bring their vision to life at home.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?
Hire someone who aesthetic you are fond of. Also, ensure your personalities are a good match. Your designer is adoring the most personal part of your life, which is your home. This requires you to get a little vulnerable with them which is only possible if you are comfortable.
What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?
1. Budget, 2. Preferred aesthetic, 3. Ideal timeline, 4. Considerations at home (e.g., kids, pets, HOA rules, etc.), 5. What you are looking for in a designer