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During your initial consultation with an interior designer, you will discuss your likes and dislikes. This will help narrow the field. Photos are also helpful in choosing an ultimate design. How you want to furnish the space, as well as how it will be used can make a difference in style selection.
You want to see a variety of before and after photos from various projects. If your prospective interior designer does not have any pictures of a completed bathroom, for example, you may want to speak to someone else with experience and photos to show you if that is the room you are redesigning.
Your interior designer will provide many services, including but not limited to: PDF presentations, Color selections, Lighting designs, General inspiration, Furniture selection, Product research, Floor planning, Product and cost comparisons, Flooring selections, Wall and window treatments, Lifestyle requirements, Budget, Accessories
You can often save money by hiring an interior designer. Industry professionals have access to discounts from multiple businesses that they can pass on to their clients. Also, you can avoid costly mistakes and purchases by utilizing a designer’s professional services up front, rather than during a redo of a space that did not suit your needs or desires.
An interior designer knows how to use furnishings, colors, and art to make a small space look larger. A strategically placed mirror or light colors of paint can do wonders for increasing visual depth. Additionally, breaking a long narrow room into different seating areas can add dimension. You will be amazed at how well the right interior design can turn your small living space into a functional and homey environment.
Think about the primary use of the room, and who will see it. Your bedroom is your haven and should be inviting to you. A living room or dining room that will be seen by many people is where you may want to make a statement. How do you need the room to function for you? People who have very little storage space may want to incorporate pieces of furniture that double as storage spaces. In an open environment, it is essential to have an interior design that flows from one room to the next.
Having a clear vision of what you want is essential. If you are not sure, the services of the interior designer can be priceless. Before you go out and start buying pieces of furniture and artwork that do not mix, get help narrowing down your design and theme. Some colors compliment while others clash. You want your living space to reflect your personality and be functional and inviting at the same time.
An in-depth consultation with an interior designer about your desires, goals, and lifestyle will yield important answers. As a result, you will be able to determine what flooring, wallcoverings, window treatments, and furnishings will best suit your needs.
Once a project begins, you will be in constant communication with us. We do a lot of work by email and phone since it is an incredibly efficient form of communication, and allows quicker turn-around time. Typically, we send project plans, product selections, and bounce ideas off of each other by email. We will also have periodic conference calls. Often times, about once or twice during a project, a designer will come to your project site and review the project. It is amazing how much can be accomplished in an hour on-site meeting. If you are not a huge fan of email, don’t fret. We can easily work with you over the phone and send faxes or drop off samples when appropriate. Turn-around time is a little longer with this method; however, the end design is just as amazing
Since we are always trying to be smart with design hours, we typically do not make 3D renderings, physical furniture boards, or other time consuming documentation unless absolutely essential. A rendering can take 1-2 days, while a design board can take hours to cut and glue together. It’s typically not a great use of time, especially if the ideas presented were off-base. If a layout or selection doesn’t make sense, please let us know, we can quickly sketch it up, walk you through it, or make a 2D computer drawing of how it will look in a space (cabinetry is the only area where a 3-d drawing has proven worthwhile). We find that walking through the design or putting blue tape on walls/floors is the best approach for communicating what to expect, often in conjunction with a sketch for general decoration.