By Wenona Allinder. interior. Published at Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 - 06:24:44 AM.
While you'll definitely need to have a style in mind when you're working on you're own. you'll also have a much larger margin for error. If needed. take the time to mull over pieces you're unsure about. You can also return pieces that don't work or switch up your design plan without incurring excess fees.Are you comfortable making decisions?
On the other hand. interior designers tend to collect their fees all at one time. Designers have their own unique fee structure; some charge a flat fee for their work. others work on an hourly basis. Some charge fees on each purchase they make while others take a percentage of the cost of the room as a whole.
Plans can certainly change. but start by answering those questions to save yourself a headache down the redesigning road.2. Look at your space with fresh eyes.We often get so comfortable in our space that we don't question whether our decor is arranged in the most aesthetic or functional manner. For example. if you are redesigning your kitchen. think about the things you use most often and where they should be placed.
One of the questions we get asked all the time is whether it's worth it to hire an interior designer and — as much as we'd love to help — that's not really something we can answer for you. Hiring a designer is an incredibly personal experience. Some people wouldn't dream of starting a project without professional help and others can't justify the expense. Where you fall in that debate is ultimately up to you.
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