By Annabel Mong. interior. Published at Thursday, August 16th, 2018 - 01:59:37 AM.
With that in mind. we've created a first-timer's guide to hiring an interior designer. If you think you're ready to take the plunge. please continue. We've outlined what you need to know to determine if going the professionally designed route is right for you.Have realistic expectationsMost designers will tell you that. as much as we all love to watch home design shows.
A chalkboard is mounted behind the large sectional for messages and scribbles.This rustic modern family room was inspired by a visit to a chic ski lodge.A large open space is the perfect setting for a family room. There's even a bar in the corner with a vintage Coca-Cola ice chest.The centerpiece of this rustic contemporary family room is the timber pool table.
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.
Share your thoughts with us in the comments.This one-bedroom apartment in Gothenburg. Sweden. neighbored by a park and the city's botanical garden. combines turn-of-the-century charm and contemporary design. The 610-square-foot home was discovered by Freshome on real estate broker Alvhem's website.