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Creating beautiful spaces designed for comfortable living.

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Est. 2007

a full service residential interior design team

With 15 years experience in construction design and furnishings, Tera Janelle Design specializes in turnkey custom renovations and ground-up new construction projects, guiding clients through every detail of the design, build, and furnishing process.

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designed for comfortable living.

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Forget about beautiful houses.  We are focused on creating beautiful HOMES, pairing luxury with comfort to create beautiful, functional, and throw-up-your-feet spaces where families and friends to life together.

It has been 15 years since I began designing homes, and I still get excited for a new project every single time.  In designing our clients' homes, much of our time is spent in front of a computer and spreadsheet and design drawings, navigating deadlines, budgets, shipping statuses, drywall dust, and the rumble of screw guns.  Being a part of that process and the transformation of construction has always intoxicated me.  It is at the heart and soul of who I am.  I great up with a contractor father and gardening mother who built our Wisconsin farmhouse and made it a place to gather.  Everyone was welcome and there was a deeply felt sense of comfort, belonging, and HOME for all who visited.

I am honored to be entrusted with creating that same sense of HOME for our clients, and we value the trust you are putting in our team!  We embrace the responsibility to ensure the design is functional, thoughtful, and timeliness so you continue to love your home for years to come.  We can help you sort through the likes to get to the loves, and share our experience in knowing when to splurge and when to save.  We will help you to see the potential for your home, and navigate the hiccups of making it a reality.  We are here to partner with you through every step of the design process, and you can rest easy knowing we have been there before.  We've got this!  And I hope our enthusiasm is infectious.

We cannot wait to be a part of making your home one you love!

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Phase One: Discovery
     design agreement, design fee retainer payment, ​​client deep dive, site survey

Phase Two: Schematic Design
     floor plans, elevations, contractor quoting packet, secure bids, project budget review

Phase Three: Design Development 
     selections, renderings, signing of project budget agreement, signing of spec lists and design boards, payment of project budget deposit

Phase Four: Procurement & Construction
     placing of orders, delivery of materials to site, collaborating with contractors and trades, site visits


Phase Five: Installation
     construction conclusion, installation of furnishings, punch list follow up, submission of final invoice and care guide, final photography






The first step in our design process is to book a complimentary Discovery Call with Tera to discuss your needs, expectations, budget, and timeline.


If our process and availability meet your project needs, we will schedule a complimentary meeting at our design studio (or virtually) to become more acquainted with your project. If the project and relationship are a fit, the next step is a 90-minute virtual or in-home Design Consultation ($500). 


We encourage our clients to use the consultation as a time to pick our brains about their project and on all things design!  This is also our jumping off point to develop a proposal for your project outlining the scope of work and estimated design investment.  If you decide to move forward, sign the proposal and submit your design services retainer.  The Design Consult fee will be credited towards your project, and your project will then follow our full service design process all the way to installation day!


Next up is what we call the "client deep dive." We want to know your favorite hobbies, restaurants, and type of music. How do you sit when you drink your morning cup of coffee or evening glass of wine? What is your favorite scent and flavor, what colors do you despise? And all the frustrations of your current home. We want to know the full you, so we can create a home uniquely tailored to your family! It is an intensive, laughter-filled, face-to-face or virtual meeting, where we dive into your style, goals, must haves, worries, and dreams.

We will also review your design inspirations — Pinterest and Houzz are great resources — which help us to understand your personal style and aesthetic. It also helps us to dive into a conversation about what you especially like (or don't like!) about the inspiration photos.


Our design team will conduct a site measure of any existing structures and/or a thorough redline review of any new construction drawings or architect plans.

We will measure and photograph the existing pieces you would like to reuse in the new design (furniture, art, rugs).  We will also photograph your home to reference as we are drawing and designing, and to use (when applicable) in sharing the "Before & After" transformation.


A home's floor plan (also called a space plan) is one of the most important aspects of a well-designed home — it dictates how a home will flow and function. Once the project direction is set, we start by creating the room's or home's floor plan, which includes the overall layout, as well as furnishing scale and placement.

Once the floor plan is fine tuned and approved, we will move onto drawing each room's elevations.  For detailed rooms, like kitchens and baths, we will often draw 4 - 6 elevations for that single room alone, detailing the four walls of a room as well as potential millwork design, tile layout, lighting plan, etc.



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We begin the design process with a bird’s eye view of the spaces. Drafting a detailed floor plan allows us to design the function, flow, and sightlines of a home.

Many times we generate several versions of a home’s proposed floor plan, allowing clients to fully explore the varying potentials of their home.

Precisely to scale, our cabinetry, millwork, lighting, plumbing, and tile elevations are the building blocks of communicating our design to clients and their contractor teams.



Once the home's floor plan and elevations are finalized and approved, we move onto final design development. The design development phase of our design process is where we really bring the approved concept to life, via design boards and specification lists.  If your project is a renovation or new build, we focus first on all elements that impact the construction (or fixed materials), from tile and flooring to plumbing and lighting. We then dive into the furnishings, specifying all soft elements, from your furniture pieces to the rugs to the artwork.


What is the difference between fixed materials and furnishing?  Learn more here: ESTABLISHING A PROJECT BUDGET.

We also love designing custom pieces for our clients — cabinetry, furniture, pillows, sofas, art, draperies, etc.  With our extensive studio design library and network of craftsman and artists, the possibilities really are endless! Before the design development phase is complete, we will nail down every last detail of the design (less minor accessories) for your review and approval.  We do so through the use of design boards and specifications lists, which we revise in collaboration with you until they are just right. Following budget review and project deposit, we will submit the design boards and spec list to you for final signatures, which gives us the go ahead to begin placing orders!



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A room’s Design Board is a visual specification of the design selections for the room. It serves as a cohesive visual reference for how the finishes, fixtures, and furnishings will work together within a room’s design.

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The "spec list" is part of the Design Build Book provided to your contractor. This spreadsheet specifies the nitty gritty details: grout width, product numbers, light fixture hanging heights, installation notes and instructions, paint finishes, lightbulb Kelvins, and finish details.


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For key rooms of the home, particularly those a client may have difficulty imagining, we create 3D renderings. These dimensional, to-scale renderings provide our clients a realistic perspective of the final design to come.

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It's time to bring in the trades!  Depending on the scale of the project, a general contractor and architect may also be involved.  At this point, it is time to bring everyone up to speed on the design and direction for the project.  

At this meeting we provide to the general contractor (or direct to the trades for smaller projects) a Contractor Quoting Packet, providing them all the details they need to bid the project and estimate the timeline.  This packet includes, as applicable:

  • Floor plans

  • Elevations

  • Design Boards

  • Renderings

  • A "Contractor Notes" document
    The Contractor Notes are a written supplement to the design drawings. This contractor resource identifies allowances, work site expectations, and design instructions necessary for contractors to accurately bid a project’s cost and timeline.



Following the completion of design drawings, contractor & trade meetings, initial selection of allowances, finishes, and furnishings — and receipt of any applicable trade or contractor bids — we are ready to review with you a complete Project Budget Proposal.


Once the proposal has been approved, you’ll need to be prepared to write that big check. (Gulp!) We know it is a big investment, but rest assured the outcome will be worth every penny!



The procurement process is one often overlooked when thinking of a designer's role, but it is one of the most integral! It is a full throttle, detail driven, behind the scenes endeavor when we order all approved items and receive them on your behalf.  Orders for a single project are typically in the hundreds, for a whole home in the thousands, from furniture and rugs and cabinetry, down to the tiniest details — every rug pad, cabinet latch, robe hook, picture frame mat, pillow insert, and shower curtain ring. We proactively expedite orders, track, receive, open, inspect, label, and store all items as we await final installation. In fact, about 40% of our design time on a project is spent on this phase alone.  While it may seem quiet on the design front — after back to back presentations of drawings and design boards, contractor meetings, and budget reviews — the design studio is buzzing as we handle orders at every stage of processing and fulfillment, and we gear up for final installation!



The construction phase is where your vision starts to physically come to life. No more visualizing your home through computer screens or paper plans, the actual transformation begins!


Depending on the needs of the project, we may oversee certain trades, such as the electrician and the painter and the wallpaper installer. In other cases when a general contractor is involved, we ensure the project is being installed as designed. As construction progresses, we visit the project periodically to become familiar with the progress and quality of work as it relates to the interior design concept, updating you regularly along the way. Once any involved construction is complete, we’ll manage the interior trades, such as the window treatment installer and wallpaper installer and cleaning teams.

Though our pre-construction planning is in depth and intensive, we have been doing this long enough to know not everything will go as planned, even on the most seamless projects. There will be hiccups and backorders. A tile installer will be out sick, a plumbing pipe will be found in a troubling spot, or the appliances will be delayed 6 weeks past expected. But we are masters at pivoting. You can rest easy knowing we have been here before! We've got this. And I hope our enthusiasm is infectious. We will be there every step of the way to serve as a sounding board, celebrate with you the progress, and ensure the end result aligns with your goals.

Going through a renovation can be stressful, so if you are living in the space during this phase, we will make sure you are as comfortable as possible. Although your home may seem like it is being turned upside down, keep that vision of the end product in mind – we are almost there!



The long awaited final reveal.  This is what we have nicknamed at Tera Janelle Design our "Design Superbowl" – the final installation and reveal!  Depending on the scale of the project, this can last anywhere from one day to one week.  During this time we politely encourage (read require) our clients to vacate the house, whether it's a staycation at a local hotel or getting away to the family's cabin or beach house, we need the home vacant to bring the final reveal to fruition.  

Final installation is an ALL HANDS ON DECK process.  It is a "it gets worse before it gets better" final swing, as hundreds of boxes, pieces of furniture, artwork, accessories, draperies – and don't forget the cleaning supplies – descend on your home in one fell swoop.  We typically have on site our full design team, extra design assistants, multiple installers, home cleaners, and a photographer.  It is a full, crazy house and we absolutely live for it.  It is a daylight to late hours in the night process (which is why we kindly kick you out of the house) that is the final push to the finish line.

This all leads up to the final reveal, the moment when you finally see the home complete (the one we have been working on all those months or even years). It can be an emotional time. And this moment – seeing our clients reaction to their new spaces, and their excitement for how our work will transform their lives – it is why we do what we do.

After we’ve all celebrated together the excitement of your new spaces, we’ll share any "punch list" items that need addressing before we close out your project. Typically these punch list items address a product that arrived damaged, any shipping issues, minor damage that was done during install (scuffed paint, scraped table leg) and other loose ends that need tying up.  

And we cannot forget the PHOTO SHOOT!




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We kindly ask to take videos and photographs of your home throughout the project, for our marketing use and your Project Photo Album!  At the conclusion of the project, we hold a professional photo shoot of the home.  From there, we compile for you a complete digital photo album of your project, from initial concept to final reveal, and photos of all the construction and transformation details in between!

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At final reveal, or shortly following, you will also receive your final project invoice & a cleaning and care guide – so you know how in the world to care for your new, beautiful pieces or home!

If the final project total came in less than budgeted, you will receive a refund for the difference. (We LOVE when this happens!) We consider ourselves stewards of our clients’ trust and the investment they make in their spaces. Designers get a bad rap for going over budget. We make it our mission to come in under, even if it's just by a hair.

Read more about the final project invoice here:

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Located in the historic Boonsboro neighborhood of Lynchburg, Virginia, our 2,000 sqft Design Studio is the epicenter of our creative process, sample library, and project management.

The TJD Design Studio is open to prospective clients & vendors by appointment Monday - Thursday from 9 AM - 5 PM.

Boonsboro Shopping Center, 4925 Boonsboro Road (24503), on the far left side of the shopping complex.

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Our office hours are Monday through Thursday (9 AM - 5 PM).

We are closed Fridays and the weekends.

All calls, emails, presentations, meetings, and site visits are held within our business hours.

The details of your project are extremely important to us.  As such, we reserve all project communications to email, calls, and in-person meetings. No texting please! 

We do our best to respond to all client and trade communications within two business days.  We kindly ask the same of our clients.

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Following your design consultation we will provide a detailed design proposal for your project, outlining the scope of work and estimated total design fee investment.  This is an estimation only, based on over 15 years of design experience.  But during those 15 years, I have gotten very good at estimating.


It is rare a project goes over the estimated design hours unless clients add to the original scope or the project unexpectedly calls for a strong redirection. (Once our clients had to let-go their original contractor halfway through their new home build. We partnered with the clients to find a new builder, collaborated with the builder to re-bid the project, and then invested the time to bring the new builder entirely up to speed on the design and progress.)


Design fees are billed on an hourly basis. Rates vary by type of service and team member experience, ranging from $75 - $150 an hour. With each monthly design invoice you will also receive a summary outlining where we are based on the original design fee estimate.  


 If you decide to add to the original project scope  "While you are here for the kitchen, could you also take a look at our bath and bedroom?" this is scope creep, and we love that it is a testament to the trust we have earned with you our client! The hourly billing structure allows you to easily add to your project's scope; you simply pay for the hours as you need them.  But do keep in mind, we coordinate a single final installation and reveal, so adding to the scope may delay an originally scheduled reveal date.

You will receive two types of invoices from Tera Janelle Design:

1) DESIGN FEE INVOICES (for design team hours spent working on your project)

2) PROJECT INVOICES (light fixtures, furniture, custom cabinetry, draperies, wallpaper installer, etc.)



After you accept and sign the Design Services Proposal (Step 1), we collect a pre-determined percentage retainer (typically 50%) of the

total design fee estimate.

The remaining amount is divided into installments to be paid when the previous retainer on file is set to drop below $5,000.

Digital invoices are sent monthly or bi-monthly, depending on the level of activity of the project. Each invoice outlines in detail the designer who completed the work on your project, and a very specific description of what work was accomplished. Invoices are emailed to you via our project management and invoicing system. The design fee retainer on file is applied to your monthly invoice.

We accept payment via check, ACH transfers (digital bank check), or wire transfer.  No credit cards are accepted.

A project budget is established at Step 8.  You will receive a Project Budget Agreement from our team, outlining the total cost for the design materials and installation (light fixtures, furnishings, white glove furniture moving fees, drapery install, home cleaning, etc.)  This project budget agreement is generally delineated by room and constitutes an established "not to exceed number."

For construction related projects, you will sign a separate agreement and bid submitted to you by the general contractor, and contracting costs will be paid directly to the general contractor.

At Budget Agreement signing, we collect a pre-determined percent of the project total (typically 50%). The remaining amount is divided into installments to be paid at designated points in the project. 


At or shortly following final reveal you will receive the final project invoice. Because freight charges, moving labor, drapery installation fees, etc. cannot be calculated or are not incurred until point-of-shipping or at final installation, our clients receive a single final invoice at the END of the project.  The final invoice includes the price and a description for every item included in the design. And remember, the Project Budget Proposal establishes a NOT TO EXCEED number.  So unless you have signed off on additions to the original budget, this final invoice will be AT OR BELOW that budget proposal amount.


We accept payment via check, ACH transfers (digital bank check), or wire transfer.  No credit cards are accepted.



Do you offer design consultations?

Our project availability is presently running at-capacity with full service design projects, so we are not presently offering design consultations as a one-off-service.  However, a design consultation is the first step for our full service design projects. Learn more about full service design here: IS FULL SERVICE INTERIOR DESIGN RIGHT FOR YOU?

Do you take on projects outside of Lynchburg, Virginia?

At this time, we focus primarily on projects within two hours of Lynchburg, Virginia.  

When are you available to begin work on our project?

We are typically booking 8 - 12 weeks out on new project starts.

We are building a new home.  When should we call you?

We recommend reaching out at least 6 months before you break ground. We presently offer full-service design only, meaning we join projects at very early concept and guide our clients through every detail of the design and build process. We often join our clients' new builds before they've even chosen a builder or architect, sometimes even before they have purchased the land/lot. This early collaboration provides for the very best final designs!

Would you join a new build that is already underway?

We generally join a new build long before the project has broken ground, but we evaluate every project inquiry independently.  We are happy to review the point you are at in the process and let you know whether it would be a fit.

What is the difference between "fixed materials" and "furnishings"?

Many people mistakenly believe that "furniture" and "furnishings" are one and the same. But when designers say “furnish” a home, we are referring to rugs, lamps, furniture, artwork, draperies, and yes, even the tableware and decorative books and accessories we use for styling!​ Anything that is NOT permanently attached is a "furnishing." The things that you would take with you if you moved — the sofas, rug, arm chair, coffee table books, drapes, candles, artwork, bath towels, kitchen tableware, accent table, throw pillows, and the brass horse sculpture on the bookshelves.  All furnishings.


Construction finishes, or the items that are quite literally FIXED or attached to your home are "fixed materials." The flooring, cabinetry, millwork, light fixtures, plumbing fixtures, tile, wallpaper.  All fixed materials.

Learn more about fixed materials vs furnishings here: ESTABLISHING A PROJECT BUDGET.

Do you require we purchase furnishings through you for construction-based projects, such as renovations and new builds?

While we do not require furnishings as a part of construction projects, about 85% of our projects involve some level of furnishing. We have found clients are infinitely more happy at the conclusion of a construction project when at least one room is furnished to completion.  After so many months (or even years!) spent in the bustle of the construction process, the warmth and satisfaction of knowing at least one room is fully finished has been invaluable to our clients.

Do you have design minimums?

Most full-service designers have some form of a project minimum. At Tera Janelle Design, our minimum required design fee investment is $15,000 for local projects and $25,000 for travel based projects (anything outside of a 40-minute radius of our Lynchburg, Virginia studio), as well as $75,000 for new builds. Remember those are simply design fees, not contractor fees or furniture or cabinetry, lighting, or tile. Projects less than that minimum investment end up spreading us across many projects, and always spread us too thin.  Instead we focus on only 6 - 12 projects a year, allowing us to turn designs around quickly, offer concierge level service, remain fully up-to-date on our clients' projects and progress, and be timely available to our clients and their contracting teams.  Read more about design fees and the billing process here: HIRING AN INTERIOR DESIGNER, IS IT EXPENSIVE?  PART TWO: DESIGN FEES.

How much do your kitchen or bath renovations typically cost?  How about furnishing a room?

While we do not have specific room-by-room minimums, there are some general investment starting points we use as reference. The following aspects of a room will affect those numbers —

  • The size of the room

  • The space plan

  • How many overall pieces you will need

  • The quality of the furniture 

  • How many custom pieces we design (upholstery furniture, wood furniture, art, lighting, throw pillows)

  • The number of window treatments needed 

  • Taxes, shipping & warehousing costs

  • Additional labor: installation & professional services Ex. wallpaper installation, furniture installers, art install (a gallery wall takes much longer to hang than one large piece of art, etc.)

Keep in mind the following numbers are starting costs for our projects — with our aesthetic, our focus on durability, and our approach to comfortably filling a space. Another designer may recommend varied investment levels. But these prices reflect the level of design that is important to us and our clients have come to expect. Our clients value customized, uniquely functional, layered homes. As such fully custom cabinetry, drapery, art, and furniture are a hallmark of our designs.


The majority of the "Fixed Materials" costs noted below are generally construction/build costs that are paid directly to your contractor. "Fixed Materials" costs through Tera Janelle Design generally include light fixtures, custom cabinetry, decorative cabinet hardware, wallpaper, bath accessories (mirrors, robe hooks, TP holder, etc.).


Kitchen Renovation (NO furnishings)​

Design Fees: $10,000 - $20,000

*Fixed Materials: $75,000 (construction costs, appliances, custom cabinetry, lighting, paint, fixtures, flooring, etc.)

TOTAL: $85,000 - $95,000

Kitchen Renovation + Kitchen Furnishings​

Design Fees: $10,000 - $20,000

*Fixed Materials: $75,000 (construction costs, paint, appliances, custom cabinetry, lighting, fixtures, flooring, etc.)

Furnishings: $15,000 (island bar stools, breakfast table and chairs, art, decorative accessories and tableware)

TOTAL: $100,000 - $110,000

Primary Bedroom and Bath Renovation + Furnishings​

Design Fees: $10,000 - $20,000

*Fixed Materials: $50,000 (construction labor, paint, appliances, custom cabinetry, lighting, fixtures, flooring, etc.)

Furnishings: $25,000 (bed, bedding, nightstands, dresser, accent chairs, draperies, towels, art, accessories, etc.)

TOTAL: $85,000 - $95,000

New Build — 4,000 sqft  (NO furnishings)​

Design Fees: $75,000

*Fixed Materials: $785,000 (construction labor, millwork, appliances, cabinetry, lighting, fixtures, flooring, etc.)

TOTAL: $860,000

New Build — 4,000 sqft  + Whole-Home Furnishings​

Design Fees: $140,000

*Fixed Materials: $785,000 (construction labor, millwork, appliances, cabinetry, lighting, fixtures, flooring, etc.)

Furnishings: $150,000 (furniture for all rooms, to include foyer, living room, dining room, bedrooms, etc.)

TOTAL: $1,075,000

*The majority of these "fixed materials" costs are paid directly to your contractor for build materials and construction labor.

How long does the design take?

This varies by the size of project and decisiveness of client. But here is an outline of an average kitchen renovation project's progression and timeline. Our process is divided into five phases:

Phase One: Discovery
     design agreement, design fee retainer payment, ​​client deep dive, site survey

Phase Two: Schematic Design
     floor plans, elevations, contractor quoting packet, secure bids, project budget review

Phase Three: Design Development 
     selections, renderings, signing of project budget agreement, signing of spec lists and design boards, payment of project budget deposit

Phase Four: Procurement & Construction
     placing of orders, delivery of materials to site, collaborating with contractors and trades, site visits,


Phase Five: Installation
     construction conclusion, installation of furnishings, punch list follow up, submission of final invoice and care guide, final photography


Following the Discovery Phase, we typically allow one week until the initial floor plan review meeting, and then an additional two weeks until our full schematic design presentation of the complete floor plans and elevations. 


For construction based projects — once the schematic designs (or design drawings) are approved, we create the contractor quoting packet and obtain bids to ensure the project costs before proceeding further.  The length of this process relies on the contractors speed in obtaining bids, but the bidding process generally lasts 2 - 6 weeks, longer for large or whole-home projects. Once received back from the trades/contractors, we review the contracting bids alongside the design project budget proposal. Then we await your approval of the project total and your okay to proceed, and/or revise the scope prior to moving forward.


Following the budget review and approval of scope and budget, we then roll into design development (design boards, spec list, and renderings), which averages 2 - 6 weeks, depending on whether we are designing a single kitchen or an entire main floor, 6 - 12 weeks for whole home design. We allow time for any revisions you would like to make to proposed selections, and this is where a client's decisiveness most impacts the timeline. Once all of the selections are approved, Phase Three: Design Development concludes with the signing of the budget agreement and payment of the project budget retainer (typically 50% of the budget total).

From there, the length of project is contingent on project scope, contractor availability, and product lead times, but we work with the contractor and vendors to provide an anticipated project schedule so you know what to expect and when! For our kitchen example, if all of the materials are ordered ahead of time (because many kitchen appliances presently have 6+ month lead times), construction for a full-gut kitchen renovation typically lasts 3-4 months from initiation to completion.

Has the pandemic affected the design process?

The short answer, YES. We are seeing significant lead times for manufacturing and furnishings, and very busy project loads for contractors and trades.  But we have always approached our design process with a Type-A attention to detail and planning, so we have simply kicked that into ultra high gear!

We now recommend clients complete the design process and placement of orders long before construction actually begins. This allows time for those long delayed products and appliances — presently 6 - 10 months for an integrated fridge or panel-ready dishwasher!  Also many contractors are booked months out. It may be several months after they submit a quote for the design project before they have availability to begin work.

We are seeing equally long lead times in furnishings, with most custom furniture manufacturers estimating 20 weeks or longer for furniture production.  So plan early if you want your new living room in time for Christmas!

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