How to Work with Your Designer for the Best Home Remodeling Results
When you are planning a home remodeling project for your Minneapolis home, you may have plans to replace built-in features like the flooring, light fixtures, cabinetry, cabinets, and more. A general contractor may assist you with these aspects of a remodeling project, but you’ll also need to decorate the space after the construction aspect of the project has been completed.
Working with a trusted interior designer, such as one working with Tiffany Hanken Design, can help you give your revamped space the beautiful look you desire. Here are some steps that you can take to ensure that you get the most out of your experiences with an interior designer.
Be Clear about Your Ideas
The best interior designers will work closely with their clients to bring their visions to life, but in order for this to happen, it is important for you to clearly convey to your designer the decorating ideas you’re considering for your space. Many find it difficult to accurately put into words the full scope of their vision of a beautifully decorated home, so it would be be wise to gather design ideas by clipping photos from design magazines and printing images that you find online, as long as these appeal to your sense of style. By creating a collage or portfolio of design ideas and by explaining which factors from each picture you find most attractive, you’ll give your designer more information to work with, thus ensuring a better final product.
Be Honest about Your Budget
It is also important to be honest with your designer about your budget. The budget should be established so that it can realistically cover the materials costs as well as the professional fees. When you fail to establish a firm budget upfront or when you change the budget in the middle of the home remodeling project, your design ideas may not be brought to life the way you want them to be.
An interior designer has the skills and expertise necessary to make your house the beautiful abode you are dreaming it will be. Keep these tips in mind for your next project to get the most out of professional design services.
How to Work With an Interior Designer, houzz.com
5 tips for hiring an interior designer, bankrate.com
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