By Shena Mcmichael. interior. Published at Sunday, July 29th, 2018 - 04:06:56 AM.
You can use this time to ask to see samples of the designer's work. learn more about their process. and ask about business practices. such as their preferred methods for communication and billing.You can also use this time to let the designer get to know you. Feel free to bring in a few photos or items you intend to use for design inspiration.
If you've ever considered a career in interior design. it's most likely because at some point. you've found yourself passionately rearranging a room. or constantly offering to spruce up a friend's place. Here's the thing. interior design is not only about aesthetics—it is a career that requires a multitude of skills; It's a career that demands attention to detail. creativity and logical solutions.
A large. comfortable sofa or sectional.Extra chairs. ottomans or beanbags.Lots of throw pillows.A rug. for lounging.A TV. and the accompanying accessories.A surround sound system to create a mini-theater experience.Video games. board games or other entertainment.A billiards table. a dart board. or other favorite lounge games.A small bar area. or a spot for refreshments.A play area for kids.A desk or table for games. crafts or homework.
To make sure your project is a success. it's important that you and your designer are on the same page with a lot of these details. You may need to interview a few before you find someone who's the right fit.In the design world. this interview is called a consultation. It can be an in-person meeting or held over the phone. and it can be paid or unpaid.