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When you love homes as much as we do it's hard to pick a favorite part of the process. But......I definitely have a special place in my heart for the initial meetings with clients. The excitement and pure joy of sharing their dreams, inspiration photos, and design boards is like watching a kid on Christmas morning.

Initial client meetings are an adrenaline rush. Talking through all the elements of inspiration images, what they love and why, the colors, textures, patterns, materials they prefer - it's like they are bursting, ecstatic to share their dreams with someone who believes in them. I approach it like a giant sponge, absorbing all the goodness, basking in the images, and observing their feelings as they have open dialogue about living in their home. I ask a lot of questions, but the most important part is listening. Intentionally focusing on the client's needs and how they relate to what they are sharing.

We aren't just builders, we are problem solvers, dream makers, and visionaries. Visionaries? Really? Hear me out- there is a great deal of work that goes into this "unseen" part of the process that doesn't come to fruition until the home is actually built. We see for clients because sometimes they can't, yet. Months, even years, of upfront decisions and design work to produce something they will love....that takes a lot of trust, and is something we don't take lightly.

Anyone can build a house. But if you take the time to build the dream first- with someone who shares your dream and dives into the details as much as you do- then you won't build a house, you'll build a home.

This week's #RBfeedfavorites are some of our favorites from our client's inspiration boards. If you have inspiration photos of your own and want to make them a reality, you know where to find us.

Check out these amazing accounts for inspiration: (images left to right)

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