We start every project by listening to the most important person–you! Before one line is drafted, our clients tell us what they want, from General Design down to details in lighting, kitchen layout, and appliances. We walk you through the process, so we can learn from you everything we need to know. Only when we have understood your vision do we start the design.
Not sure what you want? Don’t worry! Some clients just don’t want to figure it out. We will do that. Our job is to help you get what you want in the least painful way. We’ll even make it fun!
Texas Home Plans adds value to your project in two ways
1) Reducing construction costs in the beginning
One of our top priorities through the design process is to keep in conseideration the conservation of living area by utilizing the most efficient design flow. We do not dive into the itemized cost of your project, however, we will keep budget in mind as we develop the design to fit your needs. We also like to work closely with your preferred builder through the design process (if you have chosen one at this step) in order to assure a smooth transition from design to build, both with budget and buildability.
2) Increasing market value in the end
Better design means a house with more curb appeal, efficiency, functionality, and value when the time comes to sell.
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Our mission is to find design solutions that meet your desires, fit your needs, and work within your site parameters.
In everything we do, these primary design concepts guide us:
Function leads to form
Your lifestyle and taste inform all design. Families with children will desire a different layout than retirees, for example.
Light, scale, proportion, balance, rhythm and contrast matter
You spend most of your time in your home. It should be an interesting, aesthetically appealing place as well as functional.
Design is organic
A home should look like it has been designed, not just fabricated. The essential theme should grow as the design process unfolds.
We go out of our way to develop design details you may not even be aware of. We want the side of the house to look as good as the front, even if no one besides the neighbor will ever see it.