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Why hire an Interior Designer?

All Areas > Homes & Gardens > Interior Design

Author: Caron Burrows, Posted: Thursday, 24th November 2016, 08:00

An interior designer is a trained and qualified professional who creates functional and quality interior environments. They identify, research and creatively resolve issues to design a safe, comfortable and appealing physical environment.

The Benefits
An Interior Designer will bring training and expertise to help make the most of any ideas and schemes you have in mind, working with you and not against you. They will be sympathetic to your home, taking into consideration, style, age and use of space, and will help you work within a budget, whether large or small.

Designers understand every project is different, so whether you need a helping hand choosing curtains, a refreshing new colour scheme, or a complete renovation project, your Designer will work around you and tailor their service to your needs. You can be as involved as you wish with any interior project – you could even go shopping with your Designer to ensure you’re both on the same wave length.

An Interior Design service is not just for the wealthy – it can be accessible and afford-able to everybody. Services and prices vary from designer to designer – some will charge per room or per mood board, while others charge per hour or per half-day.

If required an Interior Designer can provide:
Colour Consultation: This type of consultation focuses on paint colours and colour schemes in different rooms. Designers have a wealth of experience of how colours work with each other, so will be able to advise on the best colour combinations.

Advisory Consultation: This is for those of you that have a rough idea of how you want your room to look and just want a chat to run your ideas past a professional. It could involve discussing furniture ideas, layout and positioning, colours, fabrics, lighting and more.

Online Consultation: If you are willing to do jobs such as measuring and sourcing yourself, an online consultation can give you the full benefit of a designer’s expertise. To put it simply, you will provide the designer with measurements of your chosen project and some rough ideas of the project’s needs and uses. The designer will then come up with a floor plan and mood board, listing products stockists and prices.

Home staging: If you are about to sell your home and feel it needs the designer touch, it can be money well spent to employ a professional to enhance and make the absolute best of your furniture and features.

There are many more services Interior Designers offer, including:

  • Mood/scheme boards to share the vision
  • Colour planning, flooring, lighting, soft furnishing and accessories
  • Source and cost all chosen items
  • Liaise with companies

Ultimately, an Interior Designer will provide you with a design scheme that is not only personal to you, but one that makes your house feel like your home.

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