Powell Brower Interiors

Powell Brower Interiors

Powell Brower

Manassas, VA

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5 years in business
2 employees

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Powell Brower Interiors is a boutique mother-daughter design firm based in Prince William and Fauquier Counties that we started in 2012. Nancy Powell has been in the art and interior design field for 40 years, while Bethany has discovered her passion for interiors in purchasing her first two homes. Our goal is for you to fall in love with your home all over again.  We'll help you find solutions that solve your  design dilemnas.  Your spaces will evoke a vibe that is calm, natural and collected.  Our process is very 'hands on' while we work with you in creating a beautiful home that tells your story, not ours.

We are passionate about interior design, lighting, rugs, fabrics, antiques, current trends and classic pieces. Nancy is an artist and loves to create a special piece for each design job. We call ourselves the 'idea factories' since together we double the obsession with interior design.

Services

Interior Design, Kitchen Designers, Muralist, Picture Hanging And Art Installation, Home Staging, Curtain Installation


Location

Manassas, VA 20111

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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

We begin with an introductory consultation to discuss the scope of the project and to begin getting to know one another.  In this meeting we discuss our fees, and together we decide on the path forward, the rooms to be designed, both inside and out.  The creative design begins in our studio and visual plans are developed for presentation to the client.  Upon approval of the design plans and budget, we begin procuring and creating.  A final 'reveal' is installed by Nancy and Bethany. We love to take your breath away with the final result.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Nancy has a BA in Art Education from James Madison University. Bethany has a BS in Biology from George Mason University. Each partner regularly attends current design events to enhance her credentials.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

We work hourly or by the project.  This price structure generally custom designed in our initial consultation.


How did you get started in this business?

Nancy worked for a design firm from Atlanta along with creating her art at the Torpedo Factory in Alexandria, VA. From this platform came a passion for interiors and art.  Bethany got on board after the purchase of her first, and then second home, where we did most of the interior work with our own 'sweat equity' involving her in all the processes from the ground up.  She was hooked, and together we are the designing women behind Powell Brower Interiors.


What types of customers have you worked with?

We work with homeowners primarily, but have created several office suites for those clients who wanted our design stamp on their work, as well as home, environments.


Describe a recent project you are fond of.

Among our fondest clients homes are a mid century modern ranch in Sterling, VA., a townhouse in Manassas,  a suite of children's rooms in Clifton, VA., a rustic modern cottage in Warrenton, VA, an equestrian estate in Manassas, a yoga studio and hosts of other satisfying projects.  We have enjoyed  a series of office projects old town Warrenton, involving an entire townhouse and a 9 office suite off of Main Street.


What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Give yourself the gift of an interior designer.  You will save money (not to mention time) since you won't be making buying mistakes, leaving you with a house full of items that don't gel together. We can create a vision along with you that will stretch your design acumen.


What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

Know your budget and peruse PINTEREST.com or decorating magazines to develop your tastes and your 'wish list' that you can share with us.