One of the most important jobs of a designer is translating our ideas into drawings that clearly show how to build out and finish a space. Even the most simple projects can benefit from an instruction sheet. I put together this little diagram for the Westborough House to show the painter the scope of the project and color selections for each room. A drawing like this is especially beneficial for an open plan home where there may be questions about where to start and stop different paint colors, or in identifying the location of accent walls. I’ve used a drawing like this a couple of times now and it’s been a great resource for both the painter and the client!