Our Process

Full service interior design is a deliberate and thoughtful process. Click below to learn more about the different phases in the process.

Interior Design Phase

For any new construction or major remodel project, the interior design phase is the lifeblood of the project. This phase involves defining the design concept, creating plans, details and schedules...

Specification Phase

Now that the design phase is done, we are ready to start specifying all the interior elements of your home. Everything from plumbing, lighting and appliances to mouldings, door hardware, cabinetry species and …

Implementation Phase

Implementation involves everything related to making all of our design concepts, plans and details a reality. It includes procurement, working with trades people and project management...

Interior Decoration Phase

During this final phase we select all the furnishings, art, accessories and window treatments for your home, incorporating any existing items you are keeping...

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The Story

From concept to completion, planning to project management and everything in between, Peg Berens and her staff offer full-service interior design specializing in residential new construction and major remodeling. Peg is an award-winning designer in Orange County, California whose business background, combined with her creative design skills, gives her a unique edge.

”I love combining found objects with fine antiques and custom furnishings to create an unexpected, yet classic interior that brings out my clients’ personal tastes, style and aesthetics. I love using common materials in unexpected ways and unexpected materials in common ways. Good design should never be boring or typical, but always meaningful to the client.

Interior design is very personal. We are in your home. We meet your family. We become part of your life for the duration of your project. There are many talented designers out there. Choose a designer who you can relate to, who listens to you and who cares. Choose a designer who is educated and process-driven. Choose a designer who isn’t satisfied with adequacy and normalcy.”

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