Interior Design Rendering

One of the most inspiring aspects of a planned decoration or restoration is conveying the vision for the new or restored interior. Understanding the extent, style and quality of what is proposed is essential to affirming the project—for both the client and the community.

Conrad Schmitt Studios’ rendering department is state-of-the-art. High-tech equipment sits side-by-side with traditional tools and materials. Versatile artists employ a variety of techniques for producing different types of renderings to provide visual information regarding the proposed design and color palette. Most projects begin with a theme or concept that is refined through dialog with the client and the research department. The concept is then developed as a base architectural drawing. This design is rendered and may be modified and enhanced on computers to represent the proposed appearance to illustrate the degree of decoration that is planned.

The rendering or renderings are then reviewed by the client and modifications are made as necessary. The final rendering is usually displayed as is—or it may be incorporated into a fundraising board and/or literature—prior to commencement of the work as a fundraising tool and an inspiration. It is an approach that combines the beauty of hand-rendering with the efficiency of new technology to create accurate and appealing results.

Interior design rendering projects:

Before(left) | Rendering(right)

“… your artists and craftsmen took our ideas and suggestions and created a design that not only met our expectations, but exceeded them. The colors are more intense, the design more complex, and the overall effect more inspiring than we had imagined …”

— Clayton Libolt, Senior Pastor River Terrace Church, East Lansing, MI