Murals - Design approach
We make custom murals to transform your home, office or exterior into a work of art.
We start the mural process by getting to know you, listening to your needs, likes, dislikes and seeing the space in person. It is important for us to understand what your vision is. Having done many murals in community spaces, we understand how important it is to listen to the key stakeholders of a project to make sure every idea is taken into consideration.
Then we synthesize all of the ideas and come up with the themes that will be expressed in the mural. With those ideas as a focus, we will create a preliminary design and work with you to further refine the design, composition and colors.
The final stage of our mural process is realization and implementation. This is where the mural comes to life.
Interior Design - Design Approach
We make custom artwork and sustainable design solutions to fit any budget.
First we will evaluate your current and future needs, the functionality of your space and discuss any custom artwork or fabrications. This is the beginning of the creative process.
We will then establish how involved you would like to be in the design process and create a design proposal unique to your space and taste. Proposals may include custom mural sketches, floor plans, material lists, schedules, budgets and Pinterest or Houzz boards. Then we will work with you to refine the design and source the final furniture, objects, lamps, lighting, color and fabrics.
Then comes a choice: you can take what we have created for you and do it yourself or we can implement the new design.
We offer a full range of design services, including custom artwork, curtains and pillows, vendor negotiations and hiring contractors.
Sustainability is important to Élise Interiors & Murals. We try to source all of our furniture and materials are free of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) found in synthetic upholstery and finishings, which improves the air quality of the surrounding space. It is important for us to support local businesses and artisans, so we try to source all materials from the Bay Area and use mostly natural materials, like walnut, teak, oak, maple, wool, cotton and jute.