FOR More than 30 YEARS, the Marc-Michaels Inside Plan group has given a wide assortment of extravagance configuration administrations in projects with different degrees and financial plans. The size of the firm, the extent of the plan projects, and well established standing for dealing with the determination, buy and establishment of insides is unparalleled in the business.
I recently had the chance to talk with Marc Thee, principal and co-founder, about his thoughts on design, how to keep Marc-Michaels’ formidable reputation, and where technology meets design. We start our discussion with an outline of the firm, and a portion of the patterns he’s seeing in the Florida inside plan market.
Marc You: First and foremost, I am grateful to Stephanie for inviting me to tell our story. You may be aware that Marc-Michaels is the nation’s largest interior design firm. There are approximately 80 employees, 40 of whom are direct design managers. Additionally, we are the most luxury-focused design firm. Last year alone, the homes we worked in were esteemed at over a sum of a billion bucks. As a result, our ability to manage that level of customer expectations sets us apart from the majority of our rivals.
We are ordinarily brought into a task at a beginning phase. I’d say that 25% of the time we are the initial ones who meet with the client. Usually clients with whom we have worked in the past. Our clients are very clever and have different properties, at times from one side of the planet to the other, and they understand what they need.
As an interior designer based in Florida, there is no more popular state in which to work. While our firm is situated in Winter Park beyond Orlando, I’d say that under 10% of our work is in focal Florida, since there are numerous upscale networks from north to south and east to west across the state.