Marrano’s experts help home buyers navigate the design process
Building a brand new house sounds dreamy, doesn’t it? (And it is.)
But the commitment comes with deciding what your home is going to look like. What color siding? What’s the kitchen style? Bath tiles? Cabinet handles? Wait, what kind of cabinets?
What should be a wonderful experience can often become stressful.
But not so with Marrano. The first step after committing to build begins with meeting your personal designer in the 3,000 square foot state-of-the-art Design Center located on Transit Road.
Marrano interior designers Stephanie Krieger and Hillary Lambert will tell you their jobs are to help you create a home to really live in. But in speaking with them, it’s easy to see their jobs are also part hand-holder, shoulder-to-cry-on, diplomat and cheerleader.
“Our first meeting is a walkthrough of our Design Center so new home buyers get a feel of all of their options, ” said Lambert. “The possibilities are really endless, so customers can get overwhelmed pretty quickly. We have set timelines for selections to keep the home building process on track. Everybody has a budget we keep in mind when guiding them with their selections too,” said Lambert.
The Design Center has 10 rooms, done in vignette-style that’s exclusive to Marrano home buyers.
Krieger notes how many people are nervous at the onset, and that’s perfectly normal.
Our state-of-the-art Marrano Design Center is a perfect way to experience many of Marrano’s amenities that can be a part of your own home.
Design Coordinators help customers wade through the process of selecting everything from siding, flooring, and cabinets to light fixtures and bathroom cabinet hardware
The first stop after committing to build is a tour of Marrano’s 3,000 square foot design center to meet with Lambert and Krieger. It’s the start of a month long process of picking out a home’s finishes.