Kenzai kitchen with recycled bench top and open shelving
New kitchen design drawing for Kenzai
New kitchen design drawing showing cabinetry and tiling
Malabar beachside studio conversion drawing
Malabar beachside studio kitchen
Malabar beachside studio kitchen and living areas
Custom designed home office desk and shelving
Design drawings for custom designed home office desk and shelves
Design drawing for custom built home office desk and shelves
Custom designed home office desk and shelves
Client rugs, carpet, office chairs design presentation
Natural pain colour samples
Samples of Mosa tiles, MgO board and timber
Timber veneer and colour samples
Jacqueline Bosscher sustainable interior designer

Photos, 3D modelling + rendering by Jacqueline Bosscher, other photos by Sharrin Rees

To ensure your renovation is a success, let The Design Commission manage all the details for you. Be it a kitchen or bathroom renovation, whole house renovation or new addition, here’s what to expect from us.

Design Consultation

The initial onsite consultation is at no cost to you and is with our qualified, experienced interior designer.

Prior to our meeting at the property, it’s valuable for you to consider your goals for the space. Consider, what is the purpose and scope of your renovation? What are your desired outcomes? Are there styles, materials, colours that you love? Will you need built-in storage or any new furniture? Have you found pictures of interiors that inspire you? We’ll discuss all this and more during your initial onsite consultation. 

Clients will then receive a personalised Commissioning Letter summarising their renovation brief, the design and construction process, and including an initial design services cost assessment.  

1. Design service

Once we’ve met, if you’re keen to proceed, we will move into the interior design process.

Our design service objectives are

• Address client needs and budget

• Create layouts that are functional and easy

• Design for comfort, beauty and resilience

• Achieve a cohesive look

• Find sustainable solutions

The design stage is an enjoyable process for clients. It entails several site visits, plenty of discussion, sketching, sharing design ideas and images.  This stage takes time to ensure your goals are met through custom solutions. All aspects of the renovation are addressed, with layout resolutions, design ideas and suggested materials and finishes presented to you across several meetings.

 

2. Sourcing beautiful sustainable finishes, fittings and furnishings 

 

At The Design Commission we’ve had 10+ years’ experience sourcing sustainable materials and furnishings. We understand this process can be daunting, and the options – from tiling to lighting, flooring to cabinetry - are always growing.

 

How do you find the best eco-friendly products within budget? How do you apply them in ways that reduce waste, improve your health and result in a beautiful space? We fast track this process for you, by specifying quality finishes, fittings and furnishings to complete your interiors. Our expertise takes the time and effort out of creating a sustainable home.  

 

This process includes providing samples, advice on all products and finishes, and specifying all items and suppliers, all presented to you in comprehensive schedules that can be referred to by all trades. 

 

3. Administration of your renovation

The Design Commission can project manage your renovation for you, from the design stage through to construction and completion of your new space. Every project is different so talk to us about how we can simplify yours.

 

Administration includes

• Working through the tender process to find a builder and/or other trades

• Engaging consultants such as engineers, quantity surveyors, certifiers where needed

• Coordinating documentation for council approval and construction

• Coordinating trades and suppliers to deliver documentation and realise the project

• Site visits to supervise installation and delivery 

Where do you start?

Click here for a step-by-step guide to the renovation process with THE DESIGN COMMISSION.

Book a complementary site visit. We want to hear about your project, contact us today.

Jacqueline Bosscher is a professional member of the Design Institute of Australia.

+61 0412 462 624   thedesigncommission@gmail.com @thedesigncommission

10% of The Design Commission profits goes to support the work of Architects Without Frontiers, an Australian non-profit organisation that makes design accessible to vulnerable communities

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