Home office design spaces: Solutions for working at home, full- or part-time.

Are you itching to return to the office? Or are you in the group who absolutely loved working from home during the pandemic? Despite the spotty Zoom calls, constant interruptions from the kids, and the challenge of staying focused with the fridge within arms reach, working from home also came with a lot of benefits for working professionals across BC.

We may be expecting a “return to normal” in BC this September, but don’t go repurposing your newly created home office into a guest room again anytime soon. Many business owners are working on new “hybrid working models” to allow employees to continue working remotely, at least some of the time. 

So what might a hybrid work solution look like? What does it mean for our productivity? And how do we design the feel and function of our homes for hybrid working? 

What a hybrid work model might look like

Hybrid work solutions are not exactly a new thing. In fact, many tech companies and trendy start-ups have had hybrid working environments for years before the pandemic hit. Now, many businesses are looking to these innovative companies to determine what a hybrid model might look like for them. 

After seeing what remote work has done for their employees’ productivity and mental health, several large companies are working on developing hybrid work models to give their teams more flexibility in their working hours and locations. We may see businesses start offering flex working days, where employees have dedicated office and work-from-home days. Or maybe, employees will be offered a bank of work-from-home days each month to use as they choose.

For working families, this may be exactly what is needed for coordinating school and work schedules. 

We’ve also heard about companies transforming their traditional offices and cubicles into multi-purpose rooms, where employees can book space to work or collaborate on projects in a more open environment. The idea is to foster a greater sense of community and openness, both physically and mentally, among the company. 

Why hybrid work models are essential

People seem to always fall into one of two camps – they absolutely love the flexibility of working from home, or they can’t wait to get back to the hustle and bustle of the office. Now that working professionals have been given a taste of the freedom and flexibility of working from home, they have a better idea of the pros and cons of both. 

As interior designers, we know exactly how important your physical space is to your mental health and productivity. With calming spaces designed specifically for their needs, we’ve helped our clients create fully tailored workspaces that help them focus, brainstorm, and collaborate more than ever before. 

But now that it’s no longer mandated to work from home, it’s a good idea to give employees the choice to work from where they are most comfortable and productive. For some, that may be returning full-time to the office for a much-needed escape from family, while for others, home is a quieter, more serene place to get work done. 

Additionally, this flexibility will help employees better handle their work and personal matters. I mean, how difficult is it to get anything done when you’re constantly stressing about when to leave the office to pick the kids up from school? With a flexible work schedule, working parents can stay close to home and take care of their loved ones when needed, without missing an entire workday.

How to stay organized in a hybrid working model

While hybrid working models have many benefits, they can wreak havoc on the mindset and productivity of those who like routine and structure. If you are given the option to work from your home office, here are some tips for staying productive at home, while still achieving that ideal work-life balance:

Have a dedicated space for work

Set up a dedicated home workspace in an area away from other people in your home. If space is limited, use a decorative divider to separate your work area from the rest of the room. 

Duplicate your desk layout

Consider using the same layout when setting up your workspace at home and the office. If your phone is always to the left of your computer, do the same at home. We recommend using the same computer mouse at home and work too. 

Work from the cloud

Transferring files back and forth between office network drives and your home computer or work-supplied laptop can cause confusion. Ask your employer to support cloud-storage solutions for files or virtual access to your work computer so you can always access your files, whether you’re in the office or working from home.

How to design your home for work and family

If you are preparing your home for long-term working from home, we’ve got you covered. Here are our expert tips for designing the perfect work-from-home space that is beautiful, inspires productivity, and supports work-life balance.

Use a room divider

If space is limited, find a cozy corner of an existing room or the kitchen table and add a visual separator from the rest of the room. A foldable room divider is great because you can fold it up at the end of the day, and the family can enjoy dinner together. 

Don’t work in your bedroom

If you’re strapped for space in your home, you may consider using your bedroom for your home office. However, using your bedroom as your office can actually contribute to poor sleep. Sleep experts agree that for a better night’s sleep, reserve your bedroom for sleep and intimacy, not for work. 

Repainting? Choose Blue

If you’re feeling the urge to paint your home office, consider blue paint. Blue evokes calm and productivity. 

Get a comfy chair or couch

You’ll want to be comfortable when working, so make sure your chair is ergonomically designed. If you enjoy doing some tasks in a more relaxed position, consider a couch or comfy chair away from your desk to work from. 

Get a second opinion

We spend so much time in our homes that we may not see what’s obvious in front of us. Bringing in a professional interior designer can help you find the best place to set up your home office. 

New this season, Good Space Plans Online is now offering single space Creative Consultations, for clients inquiring about transforming their flex spaces into dedicated and personalized home workspaces. Starting at just $400, these new Creative Consultations include a get-to-know-you Inform Call and a Creative Preview Package to help get you started. Contact us today to book your consultation

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It’s time for our year-end review! We’ve finally made it to the end of 2020 and for that we are grateful. Seriously, this year has been no easy feat and we should all pat ourselves on the back for making it through. 2020 has had its fair share of challenges, surprises, and opportunities for growth. But we’ve always said when the going gets tough outside, it’s the spaces on the inside that we should look to. 

As Good Space looks back at the year we’ve had, we recognize how much we have to be grateful for. We were able to transform a record number of home spaces into comfortable and sacred ones. Dwaina moved into her new home, and Molly got engaged! This year we’ve learned that no matter how dark it may seem out there, our homes are the light we find comfort in. 

Here are our highlights of the year that have managed to make 2020 a memorable one for Good Space Plans Online. 

A record number of Good Space Plans

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Vancouver Bungalow Project

When COVID-19 first hit in March and people were told to stay at home, we were quick to help families adapt to their smaller surroundings. Our homes became more than just places to sleep and eat, but multi-functional spaces to work, play, and keep our minds at ease. 

This year alone we were able to do 15 Good Space Plans for families to feel more comfortable in their homes. We helped create at home classrooms for kids, home offices for the parents, and living rooms that could help the entire family find comfort and escape.

Foray into Renovations

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Before and After West End Bathroom Renovation

This year also helped us move more into full-scale renovations. Our clients were able to stay home more and had much more time on their hands. This helped them be able to work on renovation plans they’ve always dreamt of! Good Space did over 10 renovations through our full-service option this year. We upgraded kitchens, created new bathrooms, opened up space, and even added new flooring. If you are interested in doing a full-scale renovation plan for your new home check out our plans here. 

New Good Space services available

With the number of Good Space Plans we were receiving, we adopted new interior design packages. This would help accommodate different desires people had for their space. As a result, Good Space debuted three new plans in 2020 which include: 

  • Concept and to-scale floor plans: Not sure where to start? We make it easy for you to visualize your future space with to-scale floor plans. It gives you an in-depth and accurate plan to show exactly how your space is going to look.  From there, you can use your plan and continue with Good Space and bring your project vision to life!
  • Furnishing: Need help sourcing quality and economical furnishings? We help you with the goods (furniture and accessories of a space) and create a detailed plan for you, that help to keep interior design affordable and easy to implement. Need more than just furnishings? See below for significant upgrades!
  • Renovation: This plan takes your feedback and vision and we prepare a detailed guide and model to renovate your space. We also work with our preferred contractors to help deliver full-scale renovations. 

Each plan’s price is related to its scope of work. Prices get added on to each step you take. Start your own personalized plan here.

$30,000 raised for Covenant House

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Good Space has been long-time supporters of Covenant House BC, helping to end homelessness for youth in our community. Every year we’ve participated in their annual Sleep Out to raise money for their Vancouver house. However, due to COVID-19, this year’s sleep out couldn’t be hosted in the alley behind Covenant House Vancouver. Rather it had to be in our own homes and outdoor spaces. Nevertheless, we kept the spirit of the sleep out alive with our team “Brave Space” and slept in Dwaina’s yard. 

Why did we call it “Brave Space”? Because we understand it takes incredible courage to leave situations you know are unsafe. We want to help youth enter into brave spaces even if they may feel uncertain in order to find community and safety there.

Through our sleep out and support from our family, partners, and friends, Brave Space was able to raise a whopping $30,000 this year! This will help the 104 youth who come to Covenant House Vancouver every day find family, food, shelter, community, and a brave space they deserve. 

This holiday season, youth need your help more than ever. Find out ways to support Covenant House here. 

Dwaina moved into her cozy Kits home 

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Moving Day for Dwaina!

The world may have slowed down during 2020, but that didn’t mean we did! Our founder and principal designer, Dwaina Sprague, was able to move into her Kitsilano cozy home this summer. With help from SOS My Space, Dwaina was able to make moving during a pandemic a breeze and even wrote a blog on how to successfully move with little stress during the summer. 

Dwaina not only moved into her new home, but she also bought her own getaway space on the beautiful Sunshine Coast! Have you ever wanted to see the intimate steps and know how to build a new home? Follow Dwaina’s Instagram and Facebook as she breaks ground on building a home from scratch on her social media this coming year. She will share new build and home decor insight so you can create your own dream home – no matter where or how big it is. 

Dwaina and Molly shared how to run a family business

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Last Mother’s Day, Dwaina and Molly were featured on Workin’ Moms podcast to discuss the ins and outs of being a mother and daughter team. In the episode they talked about: 

  • Maintaining a healthy personal and working relationship,
  • What kids learn from working parents,
  • And why home should be a priority. 

As a business, Good Space Plans Online puts family as their priority. We were honoured to have been invited by Gisele Forge to be on the show and share what our homes and families mean to us. Check out the podcast with Dwaina and Molly here. 

Molly got engaged and jumped out of a plane with her fiancé’s grandma! 

This year for Molly Sprague has all been about taking big, big leaps of faith. She took her first leap of faith when she got engaged to her partner Fraz! He proposed while on their favourite walking spot at Burnaby Lake. In such an uncertain year, Molly found certainty in the word yes and the happy couple is planning their nuptials for 2022 on the Sunshine Coast. 

The second leap of faith was a literal one when Molly and her fiancé’s 91-year-old grandma decided to jump out of a plane and go skydiving for the first time! No time for fear in 2020. You go, grandma!

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2020 has kept us centred 

When storms seem to blow around us, our homes are the compass we can follow. Our mission this year was to give comfort and peace to families. Who may have been struggling to find balance in such uncertain times. We also have deep gratitude for our homes, families, and friends and want to extend ourselves to those less fortunate. 

No matter what else 2020 or the next year throws at us, we believe that through our home and building spaces, we can weather through anything and find peace. Happy holidays and we wish you a Happy New Year!

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Now that fall is finally here, you may be looking for timely and cost-effective ways for furnishing your space. Perhaps with online interior design plans to improve and beautify your home. Does Full-Service interior design sound expensive and time-consuming? Is your space dark and not functioning well as we head into the winter season? 

If that’s the case then you will want to learn how our Online Interior Design plans can help you furnish your space. As well as address the function, surfaces, light, and goods in your space while adding savings to your bank account! 

Online Interior Design Versus Full Service Interior Design

Unlike full-service interior design, which is an ongoing hourly and percentage fee process with the designer overseeing the project once the design is completed. Online interior design plans are a set fee and are overseen by the client once the design is completed. You are able to implement your Good Space Plan Online as your time and budget allow.

Functioning well in your space while also understanding the WHY behind every piece recommended in a Good Space Plan Online is the heart of what our interior designers do. The online interior design process is achievable, affordable, and accessible. You’ll never need an interior designer to even step into your space! 

How do we furnish your place without actually being in it? We’ll quickly go over it now:

Inform 

Where we meet through an interactive online call to learn more about you, your lifestyle, your people and pets, your budget, and the vision you have for your space. Your dedicated Interior Designer reviews your submitted information through your private project portal. This is where we get to know YOU! 

Enlighten

From that initial call, we take all the information we learned from the Inform phase, bring it together, and develop a preliminary design plan for you. Then we book your Enlighten meeting. This Enlighten presentation will include; to-scale function floor plans and options for everything that will go on your floors, walls, windows & ceilings – your lighting and your goods/furnishings. 

Inspire

After you select your preferences on your Enlighten plan, your interior designer uses your selections to build your finalized Good Space Plan Online. Then it’s up to you to follow your Good Space Plan to implement and oversee the design as your time & budget allow. 

All Good Space Plans Online follow this three-step process and we highly recommend putting you and your space first. You deserve to feel GOOD in your home! And you can stay home while you do it with online interior design through Good Space. We can’t wait to meet YOU! 

Furnishing on a budget

As the leaves fall and the air gets crisp, we’re heading into autumn and a more indoor lifestyle. Therefore, let’s make our homes a place we are happy to spend our day in. We want to create your balanced living and workspace you’ve always imagined. We know firsthand how much your mood and thoughts change considerably through being in a space you love. We’ve learned from COVID-19 this year on how important space is to our emotions, mental health, physical health, and mindfulness. Let’s make your home a place you feel good in.

We understand how COVID-19 has been hard for many families this year. We may not be able to spend money like we used to, however, that doesn’t mean we can’t take care of ourselves and the spaces we live, work or play in. Online Interior Design plans with Good Space take care of you – it is a custom interior design plan, created with you and for you that you can implement yourself. 

How much does a Good Space Plan cost? They start at $1,400.00 – significantly more affordable than full-service interior design because you are paying for interior design expertise through the creative and sourcing portion. Through the design process, you become informed and empowered to be the project manager for the implementation. 

Even at a more affordable price, our commitment to quality remains high. In your Good Space Plan Online, we select new pieces for what you need, while honoring what you want to keep, and you also have a full to-scale interior design plan that leaves no specification left out. It’s the perfect deal! 

Good Space Plans Online for Your Space

Now that you know what an online interior design plan is, maybe you just need a few design inspirations to help you with your own vision. Here is some function plans Good Space Plans Online has done in the past. 

Living Rooms 

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Living rooms continue to be Good Space Plans Online’s most popular plan option.

Living room plans are perfect for the fall because it’s the room most used as we head inside during colder weather. 

Our clients in Surrey BC created this stunning living room all from their Good Space Plan Online, which took less than 6 months to complete and we were able to retain their existing sofa & chairs and they were struggling to make function prior to their Good Space Plan. 

Bedrooms

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Bedrooms are also a popular option for a Good Space Plan. Our Surrey clients agreed it was time for a bedroom upgrade. In the pic above we changed the furniture of the space to create serenity and calmness. We sourced a new bed for our clients from Van Gogh Designs and night tables from Huppe. It’s now become a cozy sanctuary for them. If you are asking yourself if it’s time for a new bed or mattress, then this is the perfect moment to consider our Bedroom Good Space Plan Package. 

Dining Rooms

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Another popular plan is our dining room plan. As mentioned before, with the holidays coming up, it’s important to create a welcoming space for you and your family. Imagine and work with us to bring your vision to life with our Good Space Plans Online. For a fraction of the cost of full-service interior design, we can help you source one-of-a-kind furniture such as this stunning chandelier seen here from Robert Abbey for our Surrey client. 

Get your home holiday-ready with an Online Interior Design Plan

We want to help get your space autumn and holiday-ready. Our Good Space Plans address the Function, Surfaces, Light & Goods in your space. As we move into the winter season, we can give you a comprehensive and easy to follow plan. Afterward, the design plan will make you say “It feels so good to be home!” Visit our self-quote page and choose the “Your Space” package to get an initial quote for your Good Space Plan. 

Looking for more than just furnishing?

Sometimes our furnishing plans need a bit more than sourcing goods. You may want a little renovation added here and there too. In that case, Good Space Plans Online can always fit your needs easily. If you’re curious about our renovation packages, then read our blog here. 

If you’re ready to begin planning your furnishing plan, click this link and we can begin to help you to feel good at home. You deserve it!  

Curious how we create interior design online? Then get an insider’s view by reading our case study of our client’s charming 1950’s Vancouver bungalow.

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Scope of Work

Living Room & Dining Room & Kitchen Renovation

Good Space Plans Online has a new case study to explain how our interior design process works. When Elaine F. first contacted Good Space, she admitted she had lost the love for her home. She explained it made her feel “uncomfortable” and she was ready for a complete makeover! 

To get Elaine’s home from what she called “austere and shabby” to “a relief” we went through a step-by-step, Inform, Enlighten and Inspire online interior design process, something we complete with every online client. Today, we’re sharing that process with you as an example of how online interior design is done with Good Space Plans Online. And don’t worry, Elaine is more than happy to share the inside of her home now that she has fallen back in love with it!

Ready to learn our trade secrets? Then let’s get into our case study!

Case Study Step 1: Inform: We Learn About YOU

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Vancouver 1950s Bungalow Living Room Before Photos

The first step to this online interior design project began by learning more about our clients, Elaine & Bruce, and the rooms they wanted to update. 

We began by providing them their login information to their own personal portal with Good Space Plans Online. From there Elaine entered into our Good Space onboarding client task process, supplying us with photos and videos of her current:

  • living room,
  • dining room and
  • kitchen, along with
  • photos of the art and any furniture she would like to keep.

Things we asked them to provide

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  1. Measurements of the rooms, furniture, and art
  2. Pinterest boards of spaces she LOVES. This serves as an idea book and helps our designers understand what drives and motivates her sense of style. Want to see her own Pinterest boards? Check out her living room and dining room ideas. 
  3. A completed questionnaire helping us to understand who Elaine & Bruce are. How they live, and what makes them happy in their home. Getting to know our clients and bringing our focus to how we can make them feel inspired, empowered, and excited about their home is what inspires the design team. 

After completing their client tasks, the Good Space concierge booked a time to have their Inform meeting with their dedicated Interior Designer. Their designer reviewed their submitted details and stated the goals they had for their space. Then they formulated lots of questions in preparation for this meeting.

Their Inform meeting is a fun and interactive screen share conversation where we get personal.

We connected and delved deeper into Elaine and Bruce’s true aspirations and desires for their spaces. We also got to meet and hear about their feisty cat, Nicky. Elaine expressed, they feel uncomfortable in their space and Nicky is hard on their furniture. In her own words, she felt like it was “austere, shabby, tired, and under-decorated”.  After hearing their honest and vulnerable feelings, we felt genuinely excited and inspired to change their experience of their home. We believe everyone should feel great at home! 

Rather than focusing on the negatives, we ask clients to highlight what they love about their home. Bruce and Elaine loved the natural light, the large windows, the flow between the kitchen, dining room, living room, and how it’s a perfect amount of “open”.

They also wanted to keep an open-space concept for entertaining guests. Elaine said she didn’t want too many tchotchkes and loose pillows to crowd things up. Finally, because of their cat Nicky, all surfaces had to be durable enough for cat attacks. Meow!

After the meeting, we knew what we needed to do to help Elaine, Bruce & Nicky fall back in love with her home.

The Good Space Interior Designers took the ingredients that Elaine and Bruce gave us. Then we got to work on creating them a beautiful and functional floor plan. 

Case Study Step 2: Enlighten: We Provide The Preview of the Plan

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Elaine & Bruce’s Enlighten Floor Plan Design

Our next step in our online interior design process is the Enlighten phase. Where we get to crack our knuckles and create a plan that reflects the best solutions for our client’s needs. We chose options for Surfaces, Light & Goods by sourcing new items as well as any items the clients identified as “keepers”.  The sourced goods and floorplans are organized into an Enlighten Preview Package and presented to the client during an even MORE FUN screen share meeting.  

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During our screen share virtual meeting with Elaine and Bruce, we reviewed with them the functional layout options and reasons for those choices. We believe that when the client understands the “why” behind floorplans and selection they are more confident making final choices and implementing their Good Space Plan Online. Then we presented the furniture, fixtures, finishes & material options from their Enlighten Preview Package.

After their Enlighten meeting, their own Enlighten Preview Package is uploaded to their private Good Space Portal for them to take some time and provide their feedback. Thinking things through with a strong understanding of the “why” and reflecting on their needs allowed Elaine and Bruce to make their final selections and share those with us via their chat log on their portal. We took their feedback and began to revise their Enlighten plan and create their final Inspire Plan.

Case Study Step 3: Inspire: Let’s Make it Happen

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Caption: From Elaine and Bruce’s Inspire floor plan. 

This final step is all about setting Elaine and Bruce up for success! Once we received all their choices and feedback, we completed their plan and had their final screen share meeting. Then we made sure they understood their Good Space Plan and were ready to successfully implement it on their own or with our help if they chose to. 

After photos case-study

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After photos of the living room, kitchen, and dining room. 

Their 32-page completed Good Space Plan Online including a custom floor plan for their living room, dining room, and kitchen. Including sections for Function, Surfaces, Light, and Goods. It came with images, codes, and where to go for all the items to be bought and ordered. It included easy-to-follow guides on hiring the right trades, hanging their art, styling their space, and how to place the lighting in their rooms. 

Good Space also helped Elaine & Bruce in ordering and tracking their furniture. In less than three months all of the items were delivered and assembled. They were able to entertain friends and family in her beautiful and bright living spaces in no time. 

So How Can We Help YOU Achieve Your Dream for Your Space?

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“With Good Space Online, we felt welcomed to be as involved in design details as much or as little as we preferred.  Bruce and I really appreciated being able to give Good Space general thoughts and guidelines for them to work out details for our feedback. It was just the right level of involvement for us!”

– Elaine F.

We use the Good Space Plan Online Inform, Enlighten, and Inspire model for every project we do

The Inform phase is all about discovering who you are. We ask you lots of questions to find out more about you, your pets, your lifestyle, and your interests. Through your private Good Space Plan Portal, you share your Pinterest boards and/or Houzz idea books. In addition, all the measurements of your space and the things you want to keep. During our screen share meeting with you, we make sure we get you and have all the required accurate information about your space. Most importantly, we go over the goals and aspirations you have for yourself in your home. How you want to feel and function in your space.

The Enlighten phase is where we create the preliminary Function (floor plan), Surfaces, Light, and Goods options for your space. We meet with you via screen share and review the what and why of what we put in your Enlighten Plan. After our meeting, your Enlighten Plan document will be available for you through your private Good Space Plan Online portal. Where you then can take some time to review it and make your choices and through your portal chat log you let us know what you decide.  

The Inspire phase is when the collaboration between client and Good Space Interior Designer comes to fruition! Our designers create your final Good Space Plan based on your selections and feedback. We present your plan to you via screen share ensuring you understand your Good Space Plan and feel prepared and empowered to implement it. 

Even with work still in progress, Elaine & Bruce are experiencing noticeable results. In her own words, Elaine describes her new space as making her feel “peaceful, content, comfortable, and relieved”. 

We aren’t just redesigning spaces, we are enriching the lives of the people that live in them. Are you ready to Achieve Your Dream for Your Space just like Bruce & Elaine? Check out our package deals here

home-renovations

Do you have a home project that needs more than interior design?

Maybe your bathroom is tired or isn’t functioning for you? Does your kitchen discourage you from cooking or entertaining? Are you tired of apologizing for the running toilet in your powder room? 

If you want to feel fully prepared for your renovation, we have a Good Space Plan Online for that.

Did you know we offer online home renovation plans? 

That’s right, we’ve been doing interior design plans since Good Space came into the world in 2007. We work with you to bring the vision you have for your home into a reality. Now through our trusted online interior design process, we are able to support clients across the country. Meet our newest service, Online Renovation Plans! We are now offering Online Renovation Plans for kitchens and bathrooms to help empower you as the project manager to understand the design, instruct trades, maintain a timeline and stick to a well-defined budget. 

A Good Space Renovation Plan Online is perfect for spaces where you are limited to the changes to your kitchen and bathroom that are possible. Online plans are great because they work with your existing footprint. In the construction world, these are called “Re and Re”, “Remove and Replace”.

What is the difference between a Furnishing Plan and Renovation Plan?

Furnishing Plan

A Good Space Plan Online furnishing is a process focusing on YOU, your  space planning and function. Addressing everything that will go on your floors, walls, windows and ceilings; lighting and all the goods for your living spaces. We work with items you might want to keep, support the letting go of what you’re ready to move on from and select anything new required to complete your space. We will show you how it fits and exactly where to buy it.  Typically it is not messy to implement your Good Space furnishing plan – a bit dusty – probably some drop-sheets for painting but there is no demolition.

Renovation Plan 

A Good Space Plan Online Renovation is a process focusing on YOU, your space planning and function. We address and specify the floors, walls, windows and ceiling – fixtures,  finishes, materials, equipment, lighting and provide you with a full Interior Design construction drawing set ready for you to get competitive bids and quotes on your renovation project. 

If you are hiring a General Contractor, your Renovation Plan is your contract and agreement with them.

If you are the General Contractor or Project Manager, your Renovation Plan is how you will do all your budgeting, timing, purchasing and hiring and instructing trades.

Implementing your Good Space Renovation plan is going to get messy – although typically a “Remove and Replace” project does not involve significant demolition, there is still some demo, dust and noise, but you will be well prepared for it and the final result will be absolutely worth it! 

Our online home renovation process

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Our client’s kitchen renovation with Good Space Plans

Self-isolating? Or too busy to come to meetings? No problem!! Our full attention and creative energy will be with you in your home but our physical selves won’t. Our renovation planning process follows the same steps as all our Good Space Plan Services, including:

    • Access to your password-protected Project Portal 
    • Completing your Good Space Portal Tasks
    • Series of Online Meetings with your dedicated Interior Designer reviewing your submitted information and the Good Space Plan we have created to prepare you to achieve the goals you have for your home.

Along with your Interior Design construction drawing set & specification package in your Good Space Online Renovation Plan, you will also receive guides on how to manage your project. How to vet and hire a tradesperson, glossary of terms with Interior Design terminology, lighting tips and tons of information to educate and empower you for your upcoming project.

What makes Good Space renovations different? 

Years of experience 

In the last few months, a lot of interior designers and home renovation companies have shifted focus to online design. We’ve been a trusted local interior design firm since 2007 and offering Online Interior e-design services since 2014. We’ve worked through the kinks and sanded down the edges over the years to make our services approachable, accessible, affordable and achievable. Not to mention fun to our Interior Designers and clients. 

We put the focus on YOU

We take the time to have your dedicated Interior Designer learn more about you, how you live and the goals you have for your home. The central focus of each Good Space Plan Online we create us about our client YOU. At the end of the day, we want you to feel at ease and utterly happy in your space. 

We do Re & Re renovations for any kitchen or bathroom in apartments, condos or single-family units. 

If you live in an apartment or condo, you may have certain structural restrictions – did you know you may have a concrete ceiling and floor?  If that’s the case, don’t fret, you can still renovate. Your Good Space Renovation Plan Online has the information you may require for your strata and any permitting needed to complete your renovation

No matter what kind of home or space you live in, we can support you. 

Contact us about your next home renovation project 

Before you rip out your toilet or kitchen sink, find out more about our online kitchen and bathroom renovation plans by requesting our “Your Space” plan. Tell us your renovation plans in the comment section. Add in some images and we’ll respond to your questions along with a quote. 

So, are you ready to begin your spring renovation project? We can’t wait to help you renovate your space. We empower you with a Good Space Plan Online that is achievable and affordable.

 

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