With a growing demand for custom artwork, including trompe l’oeil and murals, Tracy spends considerable time creating unique decorative art for walls, ceilings and furniture or cabinetry.

Tracy Wade Design

Frequent Questions

Most likely, you'll have several questions before we start your project. Here's a few that we're frequently asked:

  • How do I get started?

  • Do you charge a consultation fee?

  • Do you work with new construction?

  • Do I need to be working with a designer?

  • How do I get my project on Tracy's schedule?

  • Will I see a sample of my design?

  • Does Tracy Wade Design only do interior walls?

Project Details

  • What do I need to do before the project start date?

  • Can I use the room while the project is in progress?

  • How long does a project usually take?

  • Will the walls look exactly like the sample?

  • How far will Tracy Wade Design travel?

  • Does Tracy work alone?

  • When is payment due?

  • Review of Design Priorities
  • Space Planning:
    Based on Lifestyle
  • Color and Texture Analysis
  • Expression of Style
  • Development of Color Scheme
  • Material Selection
  • Professional Resources
  • Budget Management
  • Finishing Accessories
  • Furniture Arrangement

Did You Know?

Tracy was featured on the cover of the Fall 2001 issue of The Faux Finisher magazine with an article about the rock wall that was completed for the 2001 Seattle Street of Dreams.