We excel at creating interior layouts that will meet a Client's specific needs and producing plans, lighting design, electrical layouts,

kitchen and bathroom plans, and finish schedules for bidding and construction.

Our drawings are done on AutoCad and precisely locate interior walls, furniture, furnishings, cabinetry, fixtures, doors and windows. 

Working on AutoCad enables us to coordinate effectively with architects and engineers.

Here is a sample set of drawings that would be used for estimating, bidding, filing, and construction.

Existing Condition Drawing - Space Planning


Existing Conditions drawings document what a space or house looks like before any planning and design occurs.  It is a fully dimensioned plan indicating the existing  locations of walls, doors, windows and any other structural information that is a starting point.

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Sample Furniture Space Planning  | Barbara Feldman Interiors


When we start to create the new design, we ask the client many questions about what they have, what they want to keep, what they would like to see.  This process is called "programming."


Our initial preliminary layouts are conceptual and reflect the needs and "wish list" of the Client in the most logical and organized way possible. This also determines how furniture will fit and addresses the relationships between rooms or areas.

Preliminary Schematic Design Drawing Example


Schematic Design drawings use the preliminary furniture plan to indicate the sizes of rooms and areas and he proposed locations of windows and doors, This becomes the basis for all other construction plans and drawings.  


At this point, we become more specific about how the actual furniture pieces will fit so the Client has a better idea of what the finished home will look like.  

Sample demolition drawing to show walls that come down


A Demo drawing shows what existing walls and structure is going to be taken down, or DEMOLISHED, before construction starts. It is important for contractors to get this information so they can estimate the costs associated with this stage of the project such as time, removal of debris, and, where temporary walls or closed off areas will need to be addressed. 

Sample Construction drawing

The Carpentry drawing shows contractors, specifically carpenters, where walls are going to be built, and where.  They include complete dimensions and notes so the details are clear.


A PLAN view shows the space as if you are looking down into it.

An ELEVATION view shows an individual wall as if you are standing in front of it.  They are usually needed to locate outlets, wall lighting (sconces), custom millwork details, and to define relative heights and locations of of design elements,

Sample electrical layout and lighting design plan

We want to make sure that electrical outlets, switches, and lighting fixtures fall in the right places so you have everything you need without "draping wires" that often show after the furniture is brought in. 


We also determine where and how the switching of the electrical fixtures will be, so that the lighting and fixtures are grouped and controlled according to the ways our clients want  use their homes.  


Lighting and electrical locations are specific to the furniture layout. We do not use generic grids in our lighting plans.  


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A Finish Plan shows what kind of materials are to be used and where they will be applied.  This information includes: 

  • Paint 

  • Tile 

  • Flooring

  • Trim type and finish

  • Door specifications

  • Hinges

  • Hardware,

  • Plumbing fixtures

  • Specific colors, tiles, finish type trim, and details 

Exterior elevations sample drawing

Depending on the scope of work, we may collaborate with architects and/or engineers to coordinate their work with our designs.