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R2R Meeting 22 pdf

  1. 1. Roadmap to Recovery Meeting 22: Roadmap to Recovery Meeting 22: December 4, 2008 December 4, 2008 Primer on Interior Design Primer on Interior Design Breakout Sessions Breakout Sessions Rancho Bernardo Community Presbyterian Church Rancho Bernardo Community Presbyterian Church Karen Reimus, Esq. www.unitedpolicyholders.org
  2. 2. Fine print: The information provided in this program is intended for general educational purposes only. It should not be construed as legal advice The speakers at today’s program are volunteering their time as educators Neither United Policyholders nor the Rancho Bernardo Community Presbyterian Church endorse or warrant the quality or services of any volunteer speakers
  3. 3. Mark your calendars: Basically 2nd Thursday each month : 7:00 pm January 15, 2009: 3rd Thursday Realities of rebuilding green at multiple stages February 12, 2009: “Lessons Learned” – 2007 Fire Survivors March 12, 2009: Landscape refresher and fencing Followed by Insurance Interest Group Breakout Session
  4. 4. Introduction of Jill Winninger
  5. 5. The practice concerned with anything that is found inside a space - walls, windows, doors, finishes, textures, light, furnishings and furniture. All of these elements are used by interior designers to develop a functional, safe, and aesthetically pleasing space for a building's user.
  6. 6. Education Trade affiliations – CID, ASID, NKBA Experience Independent vs. Firm
  7. 7. Fee Based Inclusive Service Hourly rate Design services are Retainer complimentary Monthly billing Hourly rate available Purchasing contracts as client option Purchasing contracts
  8. 8. Ask for referrals from friends and family Research designers on trade affiliate websites
  9. 9. Create a “dream” file including lists/photos of treasured items you were able to keep, items you have purchased for your interim housing and photos of homes you love. Be prepared to discuss the scope of your project and the timeframe. Be prepared to discuss your priorities. Be prepared to discuss your budget. Identify what level of design support you are looking for.
  10. 10. What kind of projects have you completed? Will you provide references? What are your strengths? What challenges might you have with this project? Do you have a portfolio? May we see it? Do you offer any special programs for fire survivors?
  11. 11. How will installation be handled? Are you willing to work with a tight budget? Do you have a particular style that you most often work with? What if I don’t like what you select? What if I don’t like something that you place in my new home? What vendors do you have access to?
  12. 12. Develop client vision and scope of project. Develop client priorities and budget. Set time frame for project completion. Develop presentation(s) to client. Complete contract. Manage ordering and logistics. Manage installation.
  13. 13. Have decision makers present for all appointments. Make appointments a priority. Respond quickly to your designer. Make access to your new home readily available. Communicate your needs and concerns on an ongoing basis. Help your designer to understand special issues that occur due to your unique situation. Make decisions promptly. Pay your invoices promptly.
  14. 14. Fabric samples Flooring and hard surfaces Furniture selections Finish samples Photographs Floor plans Renderings Color boards
  15. 15. Questions and resources Complimentary consultation Jill Winninger, Interior Designer Designs Of The Interior 41555 Margarita Road, #102 Temecula, CA 92591 951-502-8850 jillw@dotitemecula.com
  16. 16. Break Out Sessions • Groups will meet here in the Sanctuary • Jill will be here to meet in person • Good night!