Strahm Group will assist you in selecting the fine details of your project. We have had great success at blending an understanding of construction costs, maintenance issues and high design into one interior design service. Our space planning & interior design service provides our customers with a project that is on budget and uniquely designed to exceed their expectations.
Great interior design begins with an in depth understanding of our customer’s needs. At Strahm, our interior design staff conducts thorough interviews of the stakeholders in each project. This knowledge of your wants and needs allows us to tailor our interior space planning and finish selections to the budget and personal taste.
Selecting the appropriate products and finishes for your space is crucial to the performance, ease of maintenance, comfort of your employees and guests, as well as, visual appeal. Not all products are created equal and some products, like expensive clothing, demand a premium price without providing superior performance. Our interior design staff will select the appropriate products for the service needs of each space. The proper placement of walk-off carpets, hard surfaces, vinyl wall coverings and paint can provide a beautiful space that is easy to maintain
Interior design that is unaffordable is not good interior design. Selecting the finest of carpets, wall finishes, ceilings and furniture will not necessarily create a unique and beautiful space. Strahm specializes in balancing beauty and budget. We save the beauty for your customers and clients, and place cost effective products in areas that are less crucial to customers.
Creating a productive work environment and a superior customer experience begins with the layout of your work space. Our interior designers will evaluate the needs of each work area and arrange the space to maximize efficiency and productivity. The proper placement, size and shape of storage cabinets and drawers can provide an ergonomic and clean work space that improves the experience of the employee and customers.
After each space is defined, the interior designer will begin to evaluate the area available and move work areas around to create an efficient work flow. This work flow will take into account the movement of customers, guests, paperwork and employees as the utilize the work spaces.
Once the work spaces have been organized, the interior designer will begin selecting finishes to best suit each work area. These finishes will balance cost with durability and ease of maintenance. The last thing considered is the beauty and appearance of the finishes. This is not an oversight. If the wrong finish is selected for a space, its beauty and appearance will not matter, because the material will become worn and dirty. Essentially, the material’s initial beauty will be lost.