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Residential

What Does A residential Designer Do ?

An interior designer is professionally trained to create A quality interior environment. A professional designer can identify, research and creatively resolve issues and lead to a comfortable environment.

A decorator fashions the look of a space and its decoration—paints, fabrics, furnishings, lighting fixtures and other materials. In addition to enhancing the beauty of the environment, He/she also creates a space that is functional, efficient and safe.

Among the many areas of expertise a professional designer commands are

  • Space planning and utilization, including organizational and storage needs
  • Long-term project and lifestyle planning
  • National, state and local building codes
  • Safety and accessibility
  • Ergonomics
  • Design for people with special needs
  • Conservation and “green” design
  • Historic restoration
  • Interior detailing of background elements, such as wall and ceiling designs
  • Custom design of furniture, drapery and accessories
  • Selection of appliances, plumbing fixtures and flooring materials
  • Acoustics and sound transmission
  • Audiovisual and communication technology
  • Construction documents and specifications

What makes a good residential designer ?

When designing a custom home, good communication is Important. Our designers will sit down with the Client and discuss the clients hopes for the house. His goal is to walk you through the steps of designing a custom home and avoid the set backs that lead to unnecessary frustration and revisions.

We will meet you in your home, so that you are as comfortable as possible. Upon completion of the Design Consultation stage we will take your thoughts and put them into action.

 What costs to consider ?

There are several cost to consider while Hiring An interior designers. There is also the danger that you pay some unknown additional costs. Hence,  I have created the following list:

  1. Labor
  2. Material Cost
  3. Transportation
  4. Agency Costs
  5. Assembly Cost

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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