Douglas Design Group is a residential interior design business that specializes in kitchens and baths. We work with clients in the Napa Valley and partner with cabinetry vendors, stone vendors, and contractors, to provide turnkey projects.
We strive to design spaces that you love and that function exactly as you need. We are particularly adept at creative problem solving and tailoring designs to be beautiful and within budget. Our approach is collaborative and detail oriented.
Janet Douglas, Principal designer/Owner of Douglas Design Group (DDG). "I have worked in the design business since 2001, having received my Interior design degree at Montgomery College in Rockville, Maryland. Over the last 20 years I have worked in the Washington D.C. area, the San Francisco Bay Area and recently, the Napa Valley. Based in Yountville, we are central to clients throughout the Valley and we dedicate our time to local projects."
What We Do-
Space Planning: Measure existing rooms to be included in the project. Design your space, create floor plans, elevations, lighting and electrical plans.
Product Selection/recommendation: Cabinetry, lighting, plumbing, tile, countertop, flooring, paint color.
Project Management: Assist during construction to ensure project is built as deigned and to address issues.
Consultation: the first step is a phone consultation to discuss your project scope, timeline, and budget. If we mutually agree that the project is a good fit, than the next step is a site assessment.
Site Assessment/Design: Upon receipt of the signed agreement and design retainer, I will schedule a site visit to measure, take photos and record a detailed inventory/interview of your needs and vision. This information is processed, and plans are developed, including floor plans, elevations, and 3D renderings for your visualization.
Product selection: Once the plans are finalized, I set up meetings with Vendors to view pre-selected products based on our vision, budget and availability. Payment arrangements for products and services are between you and the vendor/installer.
Project Management: After product has been ordered, I schedule a pre-construction meeting with the contractor to discuss the timeline, scope of work and we review construction plans. Job contracts are between you and the contractor. As the work commences, I make progress check-ins.