February 26, 2020

Some people still think that having an Interior Designer will cost them an arm and a leg while being something fancy that goes beyond their essential remodeling needs. This is far from being true.

First and foremost, Interior Design is much more than decorating. It goes far beyond selecting colors and finish materials. Interior Design covers many core aspects of the remodeling process and thus can be a game changer for many home owners.

Here are some of the reasons why you might consider having an Interior Designer on your remodeling project:

 

  1. Reveal your project potential

An experienced and talented designer will carefully listen to your needs and access your existing layout and home structure. He or she will then to come up with creative solutions to your problems and offer some new options to achieve your goals and optimize your space. Often times, those will be the options you might not even consider before.

Functionality, smooth traffic flow, better layout, and enhanced aesthetics are the main focus of every Interior Designer.

 

  1. Help you visualize

Most people don’t have a crystal clear vision about their final remodeling outcome. Construction plans and layouts are not enough to envision the entire space. 3D renderings or virtual walk-throughs are very handy to bring you clarity and peace of mind.

 

  1. Relieve unnecessary stress associated with remodeling

Contractors will be asking you many questions to follow your guidance. If you are dealing with the contractors yourself, you will be forced to make important decisions about things you are not well informed. Having someone professional in such discussions will be very helpful. Interior Designer is the advocate for your best interests.

 

  1. Maximize your project outcome

The Interior Designer will help you make best selections for your particular space and your particular situation. Talking to sales professionals or designers at the store is great but those people have never been to your home and thus don’t have a complete picture. Besides, your Interior Designer is not affiliated with any specific store or showroom and is not trying to sell you any specific product. He or she is focused on your project, has your best interests at heart, and acts as your personal consultant from start to finish of the renovation.

 

  1. Save time and money

Well planned project runs faster and smoother.  Having an Interior Designer, helps you avoid costly mistakes and change orders. Often times, creative solutions offered by your Designer allow you wisely allocate funds within your budget and achieve more for less.

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