Project designer

Project designer

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Would you consider hiring a project designer for your next renovation? What kind of questions will you ask? The following information is provided to help you decide whether or not to hire an interior designer for your next project.

Designers can:

Provide solutions: Each project, small or large presents challenges. Whether it is lack of storage, poor traffic flow, color scheme, unusual windows or maximizing light and space. A project designer can see things the rest of us might miss.

Prevent costly mistakes: So many choices, so many options, and this product over that product. There are so many things that are hard to know unless you have encountered those dozens of times before.

Work through opposing taste: Designers can be the third party to join taste and style between husband and wife.

Set priorities: A project designer will help allocate your budget and how best to spend your money now and plan for future phases of your design project.

Designers are:

Resources: There’s a world of furnishings, fabrics, case goods and accessories that are “to the trade only”. Designers have access to local and national manufacturers and products that would otherwise be unavailable to most consumers.

Well connected: Any design is only as good as its execution. Designers work with the best workrooms, carpenters, and painters and have the clout to make sure the price matches the quality.

Liaisons: Designers work with trades-people and manufacturers regularly and have more leverage to get things repaired or replaced when necessary.

Designers offer:

Guidance: A designer knows sources well enough to edit the options and offer seasoned advice to guide clients through the myriad of design choices.

Convenience: Designers save you shopping time and work on-site. They bring the store to you.

Designers will:

Get the job done: Project designers see to it that everything is completed. Often when a project drags on for months, clients might be inclined to leave those few details undone if they are doing it themselves. It’s the designer’s job to see to it that every aspect is completed to your satisfaction.

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