Working with an interior designer can be a game-changer. The right interior designer can provide vision and give you the look you desire while still maintaining the functionality and comfort you crave. And although it may be surprising to some, hiring an interior designer can save you time and money. Here’s how:
1. Project Investment Expertise
You not only benefit from your designer’s keen eye and artistic vision; you can benefit from their experience in budgeting and the connections they’ve cultivated within the industry. An Interior designer will work with you to create your desired style while taking into account durability, investments, and floor-plan spacing. A professional designer’s experience with budgeting enables them to find ways to get creative in other parts of the process so you don’t have to sacrifice the look you want. As a result of our long-standing relationships with industry partners, designers have access to styles that are only accessible "To the Trade." Our partnership ensures that you have access to a wide range of styles that might not be available otherwise.
2. Preventing Mistakes
By developing an individualized design process that is specific to your project. This provides an organized approach for design meetings, site-visits, and installations. Your designer will help you avoid errors that can arise during design choices and construction, as well as problem solve.
Oftentimes, an enthusiastic consumer will purchase furniture or other costly amenities only to find out later that it doesn’t work with their home. A designer can help with these mistakes. Additionally, the designer can be a liaison, preventing costly mistakes by ensuring clear communication between tradespeople, builders, and architects.
Your designer will have relationships with multiple contractors, electricians, and other tradespeople. These relationships are a great benefit while selecting appropriate furnishings unique to your space. The designer can help you navigate the complexities of building codes and regulations so that your project is completed safely and legally—minimizing surprises, penalties or cost.
3. Time Management
Time and project management are valuable commodities when it comes to interior design. As the saying goes, “time is money.” That is especially true when it comes to interior design. A designer can eliminate the timely and frustrating process of browsing and searching for your desired aesthetic by learning about what you want and providing a design proposal that matches your vision.
Project management ensures the design is executed seamlessly, within your timeline. Your designer manages the details of every aspect of the design, providing a polished and finished look that is within your timeline. You can rest assured knowing the project is in capable and experienced hands.
4. Maximizing Investment and Elevating Space
A designer can bring your vision to life while maximizing your investment—now and in the future. Your interior designer will provide a cohesive plan that is personalized to your taste, including color palettes, furniture style, lighting design, and more. In addition to helping, you select finishes and materials that create the aesthetic you want, the designer will also ensure that those materials and finishes are durable, timeless and energy-efficient—saving you money for years to come.
5. Making You Happy
A designer’s overall goal is your satisfaction. Working with a designer will create a space that promotes health, wellness, and productivity—ultimately improving your quality of life. By designing flexible and adaptable environments, your interior designer ensures that your living space can keep up with the changes that life brings.
Are you ready to take the next step toward a more elevated and functional home? Contact us to get started.