Kristine Gregory, principal of Bedeckers Interior Effects, Inc., has successfully completed both residential and commercial interior projects along the east cost of the United States. A graduate of The Florida State University School of Business, Kristine Gregory is an Allied Member of The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), a Certified Drapery Consultant (CDC), a Window Fashions Certified Professional (WFCP) Master Level, and a member The Window Coverings Association of America (WCAA). Kristine is an Charter Board Member of the Richmond Chapter of IFDA and Past-President of the Richmond WCAA. Kristine has been a quoted expert in Vision(Window Fashions) Magazine and featured in Richmond Magazine and The Richmond Times Dispatch. She has been a published writer for several industry publications. She is the only designer in the Richmond area who is an expert in both the psychology of color and personal organizing. Kristine writes "Bedeckers Fabulous Interiors," a monthly e-zine on current design trends and tips. To sign up for this newsletter, visit www.bedeckers.com
BEDECKERS INTERIOR EFFECTS, INC. is an interior design firm established in 1995 specializing in custom upholstery and couture window treatments and providing a full range of interior products and services. We develop a close working relationship with our clients from the first meeting to the final installation. Efficiency, attention to detail and pride in the highest standards of design guide every project.
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Bedeckers Interior Effects, Inc. uses a combination of the methods listed below based on the needs of each individual client. There is an hourly charge for consultations. Hourly fee- Compensation is based on actual time expended by the designer on consultations, research and design. Cost plus - The designer purchases materials, furnishings and services (i.e.: window treatments, furniture, picture framing, reupholstering, etc.) at cost and sells to the client at the designers cost plus a specified percentage to compensate for the designer�s time and effort. For larger jobs, a retainer may be required.