Our Services

Harmony Design and Renovation offers an array of interior design solutions from small scale consultations to get you started to the development, coordination and construction of a fully customized dream home.

Our interior design services include:

  • Architectural planning & design (interior and exterior spaces)
  • Design concept development & project coordination
  • Space, floor, lighting and furniture layout (including drawings and 3D renderings to assist with visualization)
  • Materials, finishes and furniture selection (including the sourcing and/or assistance in the selection of flooring, millwork, exterior finishes, cabinetry, tiles, fixtures, hardware, wall coverings, furniture, fabrics, lighting, art and accessories)
  • Decorating ideas and solutions (including recommendations for paint colours, window treatments, furniture layout, accessorizing, custom organization ideas and solutions for design dilemmas)

Including an interior designer on your team will reduce mistakes and minimize uncertainty and stress.  The end result will be a well-coordinated, functional space that reflects your personal style and suits the needs of you and your family.  Contact us today to book a consultation. 

Harmony Design and Renovation will prepare a complete set of construction drawings containing floor plans, elevations, sections, “details" and perspective views; that together form a detailed picture of the entire construction project. There are separate pages for each major trade, including a site plan, floor plans, foundation plan, electrical plan, plumbing plan, and framing plan. In general, each drawing is either an elevation, plan, or section view.

  • Floor plans are views looking straight down at the floor, showing precisely dimensioned rooms, closets, kitchens and baths, and the locations of doors, windows, stairs, and other interior elements.
  • Exterior elevations are the sides of the building viewed looking straight at them. These can be a little deceptive, since everything appears as a single, flat plane, with no clues as to depth. So, for example, a sloped roof viewed from the side looks like a flat vertical rectangle – not what you would actually see in a 3D world. Two walls or objects, offset by 10 ft. appear in the same plane.  Exterior elevations give you a pretty g