The average short-term rental project takes 3 weeks to complete. The speed and ease of the process is entirely based on your pace and engagement. To get a better idea of how the process works, we’ve detailed it with a comprehensive average timeline and about explained what’s involved with each step below.
After you submit your Design Inquiry or book your Design Package, your personal designer will be in touch within 24 hours with a Property Q&A.
Next, you fill in the blanks. The property Q&A helps our team understand the aesthetic you love and the type of guest you’re hoping to attract. Ideally we’d love to receive your completed Property Q&A back within 24 hours to keep the process moving.
To get to know the space we’re working with, we’ll schedule a site visit with you. This helps us ensure we have context for the space we’re designing, ensuring that as we design, we’re meeting all of your needs for the finished space.
Once we’ve received your Property Q&A and the site visit is complete, your Designer will deliver a custom design plan for your home. Review and approve, or feel free to provide feedback. Your design plan includes 2 rounds of revisions to make sure we nail the aesthetic direction. (To note: your designer will send revisions 24 hours after receiving your feedback so the length of this process is dependent upon your revision requests.)
Once the design plan is approved and the final contract is signed, your designer will begin sourcing all of the furnishings and decor from our in-stock inventory, as well as from our preferred suppliers. Over the next 10 days, our logistics team will receive, inspect, and prep all pieces to be ready for install.
Our team, led by your designer, will install and style your property over the course of 2 days, ensuring all the details are accounted for.
Once the space is camera-ready, our professional photographer will take and edit photos of the property for your use.
Client sign off
A walk-through of the completed space will finalize the design process.
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