Our Process


Abbey Hall creates successful environments by translating client's business objectives into well-designed spaces that deliver their desired outcomes. Whether the goal is increased sales, better healing rates, creativity, team-word, loyalty or retention, we create the ideal envoronment to produce positive outcomes in people. That is what makes us different from other interior designers.

Our sensory desing process takes stock of the five senses- sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell- and makes sure they all work together to create a comfortable and productive space.

We make interior desing make sense.


The Abbey Hall Sensory Design Process

Gaining Sense:

Gaining Sense determines desired outcomes, project scope and timing. One-on-one interviews with members of top management and a sampling of line managers/administrators will be conducted to get a sense of how design can help influence outcomes. A preliminary scope would be given based upon findings and recommendations.

Design Sense:
Plan & Implementation

This is the actual "blueprint" of the project. Here we detail materials, measurements, final budgets, timing, and rationale for elements chosen as they relate to the five senses and how they will produce desired outcomes. Then we procure necessary materials and implement the concept.

Making Sense:
Maintenance Agreement

This piece of service offering is critical for clients to maintain their new environment. Making Sense involves the caring and maintenance of all perishable design elements (primarily those elements relating to the senses of taste and smell) as well as freshening non-perishable items.

Sense Works:
Measurement & Results

Sense Works is the measurement and results piece of our service offering. Abbey Hall will have a base-line of productivity prior to the start of the project and then monitor those variables monthly in the first year and quarterly there after for clients choosing the ongoing maintenance agreement.