Tip from a pro: Determine your budget. Be very direct with your interior designer and let them know you cannot spend more than X dollars on the project. This eliminates you paying an "unknown" amount when all is said and done.
Tip from a pro: Most people have a very hard time deciding what direction they want to take the room, style-wise. Find a piece or a color you like and base everything in the room off of that. Use color palettes to determine what colors will match and flow nicely. Remember to take your time with the room. Rome wasn't built in a day, and your home doesn't need to be, either!
While interior designers are also most often qualified to decorate, shaping the aesthetic environment of a space, this is often not their primary job function. The NCIDQ tests design, not decoration.
You would think decorating and designing your home would be easy (many thanks to Pinterest), but once you actually start the process, you may realize that it's a lot more work than meets the eye. With so many different styles and options, how does one ever decide on furniture, artwork, paint colors and decor? Interior design is no easy task — and it's really not for everyone. Let's dig deep into the world of interior design and see if it could be worth it for you.
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