Using a proprietary creative process, HOODRIDGE Design transforms any project into a space that perfectly reflects the people it is intended for.
Set expectations with design goals, timing and budget | Review existing spaces and collect measurements and photos.
CONCEPT + SCHEMATIC DESIGN
HD uses images and inspirations to create design boards for visualization and scaled floor plans.
Finalize layout, elevations, architectural details, and floor plans | Select materials and finishes (including custom items) | Meet with contractors and vendors to ensure project plans are Client approved.
Items are purchased and inspected in the HD warehouse before installation to confirm quality. HD manages all aspects of the shipping process and schedule.
Design specifics are guided by HD and installed by suppliers, contractors, and tradespeople.
STYLING + PROJECT COMPLETION
Final styling pieces are implemented including furniture, art, accessories, window treatments, and textiles.
When Katie Skocik and her family moved into their 1933 Tudor home on Hoodridge Drive in the quaint, historic town of Mt. Lebanon, PA the first thing she did was renovate and redesign. She mixed the natural traditional elements of the home with a crisp modern take. Friends responded with requests to help with their homes. With word of mouth referrals exploding and a desire to fulfill her natural creativity, Katie created HOODRIDGE Design, a curated home design and renovation experience for modern living. Along with Katie's design experience from Ethan Allen and a business degree she has been able to grow Hoodridge Design into a thriving interior design business.
Not long after Katie Skocik renovated her home, a new neighbor moved onto Hoodridge Drive. The two quickly collaborated over their love of design and the unique challenge that Mt. Lebanon homes presented: how to modernize an older home without losing the unique charm that each home carries. Soon after, Katie S welcomed Katie N as a designer at HOODRIDGE Design.
Together they have opened an office in the heart of Mt. Lebanon. The office features a showcase room, material and textile samples, and the office dog, Mo.