The interior design process follows a systematic and coordinated methodology—including research, analysis and integration of knowledge into the creative process—to satisfy the needs and resources of the client.
Simply put, an interior designer decorates your home and makes efficient use of the space provided. Interior decorators, on the other hand, just decorate. They add artwork, furniture and accents to make your home "you," but they aren't concerned with the use or function of the space. A designer often decorates, but a decorator never designs. An interior designer may conduct one or more of the following:
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What does an interior designer do?