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Openings to begin new projects are typically 2-3 months out, but if it’s a small project, I can work it into my schedule.

It’s best to reach out at the very start. Having an interior designer from the beginning will be one of the best investments you ever make.  I will review the architectural plans to ensure they work for your lifestyle, we’ll select all the materials together to ensure your home is beautiful, comfortable, functional, and inviting.

I consider the project a collaboration between the client and D Miko Design. I want tons of input from you so I can find the perfect design concept for your home. I prefer that one member of the client-family be the Decision Maker, who I’ll rely on for final decisions. I will need you to be decisive, pay your invoices on time, and communicate well – answering my emails and phone calls within 24-48 hours. This helps the project run smoothly, on time, and on budget.

Yes, if a project meets certain criteria.

I won’t take it personally. Tell me what doesn’t resonate with you and I’ll fix it so you are 100% happy. In the beginning stages, it sometimes can take a couple of tries to discern your exact tastes.

Once an order is placed and an acknowledgment is received from the vendor, it cannot be canceled. Stocked items can sometimes be canceled but typically, a restocking fee is charged – usually ranging from 15% to 35% depending on the vendor. Custom orders absolutely cannot be canceled. These items require extra time, special handling, and skilled artisans to create a unique piece just for you, and for that reason, manufacturers will not cancel custom orders.