​Getting Started- 

pILlars of Silver
Initial ConsuLtation:

One of the best ways to determine your home interior needs is for Pillars of Silver Interiors to conduct an In-Home consultation. At the inITIAL Consultation , we work with you to help identify your specific design needs and desires as well as services required and a budget.
After the initial consultation, Pillars of Silver Interiors will come up with a basic design concept and an estimate of what it will take to make that concept a reality. Upon your agreement of the concept,  payment of a deposit which is applied toward your balance and signing of a letter of agreement, Pillars of Silver Interiors will then begin making selections such as furnishings, window treatments, accessories etc. tailored to you!  
A final meeting will take place where you will be shown those selections and Pillars of Silver Interiors at that time will gain your approval of the overall design. From there, ordering of materials, fixtures, furnishings and decor will commence and you will be on your way to being surrounded by beauty!  Upon receipt of the materials, furnishings, decor etc, Pillars of Silver will then place the items in your home and you will be ready to enjoy your lovely space for years to come!
The process for a Kitchen or Bathroom Design Initial consultation , is similar in that we work with you to help identify your specific design needs and desires, design services required as well as budget.  Pillars of Silver will design the kitchen or bathroom space according to our discussions and a second meeting will be scheduled were we will go over the design, make neccessary changes and iron out details.  Pillars of Silver will then provide you with a final floor plan with notes and details and a set of specifications which you may use to get pricing from contractors, subcontractors and other vendors to complete your project.  Pillars of Silver is here to assist you in any or all of that process, as well as overseeing the job to ensure your desires for your space are met, just ask!