Interior Designer In Eagle, CO

Kate Hartman Interiors provides full-service residential and commercial interior design to Eagle, Colorado. Kate Hartman Interiors takes care of all interior needs including full and partial furnishings, construction administration, design, and budgeting. Clients are supported through every stage of the interior design process and can expect a plan that combines beauty and comfort.

Get Acquainted With Kate Hartman Interiors

Hailing from Alabama, Kate Hartman – the Owner and Lead Designer of Kate Hartman Interiors – moved to Boulder, in 2021 with her husband and son. With a background in engineering and an appreciation for beauty, she seamlessly merges creativity with order. She designed her own house, ran a home furnishings and decorating store called Chickadee, and has participated in other interior design partnerships such as Chickadee Interiors and Hartman Neely Interiors. She has ample interior design expertise that has been fine-tuned with Kate Hartman Interiors. 

In 2018, Design Associate Molly Gause joined Kate Hartman at Chickadee Interiors. She brings her unique creativity, a keen eye for design, and a sweet demeanor to each process. She enhances each project with her specialized skillset.

Eagle Interior Design With Kate Hartman Interiors

Every Eagle, CO residential and commercial space deserves an interior design plan that achieves a beautiful aesthetic with a warm and inviting atmosphere. At Kate Hartman Interiors, we’re experts at combining these factors. Our clients can expect detailed budgeting, thorough communication, and comprehensive project management.

Kate Hartman and Molly Gause of Kate Hartman Interiors

We offer our Eagle clients full-service interior design and construction administration so that their expectations are properly managed. We’ll make sure you aren’t surprised during your project. Our services include:

  •   Construction Administration
  •   Full & Partial Home Furnishings
  •   Detailed Elevations & Room Layouts
  •   Fixture & Finish Selections
  •   Interior Design

By providing our clients with Construction Administration services, we act as their representatives to architects and contractors. We keep our client’s wants and needs at the forefront of communication and know how to address any unforeseen construction issues. Our goal is to make sure that in the face of unforeseen challenges, our client’s priorities are not compromised and the integrity of the structure and design stays intact. We want the process to be as stress-free as possible and acting as liaisons helps our clients know they have an expert in their corner. 

If you have a project in Eagle, Colorado, let us know how we can help you. 

Kate and Molly working on a project

The Kate Hartman Interiors Style

At Kate Hartman Interiors, we adore getting to know our Eagle clients’ tastes. We have a bit of an eclectic sense of style when it comes to modern and vintage designs and know that every client has a unique sense of interior design styles. We work hard to make sure that we understand their taste so that they love the outcome of their project. Whether they are starting from scratch with a construction build, renovating, or simply wanting to spruce up their space, Kate Hartman knows how to incorporate each client’s preferences. If you have heirlooms and sentimental pieces, we’ll help you figure out how to incorporate them into your desired design style so that your space feels unique and welcoming to you.

Elevating Interior Design in Eagle, Colorado

Kate Hartman Interiors believes in setting our clients up for success through clear communication and setting expectations at the beginning of the project. We have a budget-first mindset and want our clients to have a thorough understanding of the interior design process throughout the project. From the very beginning, we explain our process, approach to collaboration, terms, and budget so we can ensure that we are all on the same page.

Design Budgeting Expectations

No two projects are the same, but as a standard, we create a complete interior design plan at the beginning of the project that includes fixtures & finishes, colors, accessories, etc. With the client, we make these decisions early so that we can make adjustments to meet the reality that a budget dictates. That way clients don’t get their hearts set on something that is out of budget or may realize they don’t have to settle for something lower budget. Budgeting is arguably the most important part of our process.

 We plan the budget around these three key aspects:

  1.     Furnishing Budget
  2.     Detailed Elevation Budget
  3.     Fixture & Finish Allowances

We never cut corners. We create plans detailed to the minutia so that they are clear and concise before moving to the next step in the process.

Kate Hartman Interior Fees

We pour a lot of effort and time into our consultations, designing, item selections, creating itemized budgets, communicating regularly, and much more. 

When working with Kate Hartman Interiors, there are two fee phases. The first one is a consultation fee. Our consultation fee includes the initial consultation, budgeting, and follow-up meeting. Once we progress to the design phase, clients move to paying an hourly rate for our services. This includes the time it takes to do the design and facilitate the pieces from start to finish. Furnishings are an additional cost. We will be transparent about how many hours we anticipate are needed for a space to complete the design selections so that you can better plan a budget. 

How to Choose An Eagle Interior Designer

Choosing an interior design firm can be daunting. No two designers are the same and you may not know where to begin In making your selection. Keep these three steps in mind:

First, take a look at their previous projects to see if their style fits yours or if they have completed projects in a style you are interested in. 

Take a look at the Kate Hartman Interiors Portfolio. We’ve completed a wide range of projects from full renovations to pool houses and commercial office spaces.

Second, be realistic about your budget. As exciting as aesthetics are, budget is even more important. You must choose an interior designer who has services that fit within your budget. This is why we approach every project with a budget-first mindset.

Third, once you’ve decided to hire an interior designer, reach out to them early and anticipate being waitlisted. If a design firm has a lot of projects, they may have a waitlist (which is preferable so that you receive intentional attention once it’s your turn instead of dealing with a designer who has spread themselves too thin). You may get to work on the initial planning process with them during the waitlist period, but finalization could take weeks to a few months to happen. 

Contact us today to get started on your interior design project. 

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