5 Reasons to hire an

Interior Designer

HIRING AN INTERIOR DESIGNER

If you’re hesitant to hire an interior designer, don’t worry. You’re not alone! It can be intimidating to spend money on something you’ve never done before, and it’s nerve-wracking to trust a stranger with the vision you have for your home.  After all, you’re a person with unique needs and personal style. We all are!

That being said, you might be surprised by how much work goes into putting together a space that’s seamlessly perfect for you. And if you don’t have time to make sure each detail is perfect, you might end up with a home that you spend a lot of money on just to have it still not be quite right.

Having a professional resource to guide you through the process is worth every penny. You end up with a product unlike any other: One you can live in comfortably for years (even decades!) and that will bring comfort and joy to your life.

There are a ton of reasons that hiring an interior designer will benefit you both immediately and in the future, but for this reading pleasure we have narrowed it down to five. 

 

 

1. MAXIMIZE RESALE VALUE

Besides the fact that living in a well-designed home will make things more functional and comfortable for you, taking the steps to give your home warmth and continuity will pay off in the long run.

It’s quite simple, if your home is pleasing to the eye, functionally and esthetically, potential buyers will be more likely to feel excited when they envision themselves living there.  As we know photographs and staging sell homes, potential buyers need to see the vision and potential of living in a space.   It’s like falling in love.  You’ll have more showings, more offers and a faster turn around when you sell.

2. STAY ON  BUDGET

No matter your income bracket, it’s likely you have a set budget for your design project.  Staying within that budget is our top priority.

Not only will you save your own time leaving the details to the interior designer, but they will ensure you don’t waste money either.  Bringing an interior design on board will minimize countless potential mistakes as designers work with these products daily and can spot issues from a mile away.  Besides that, interior designers have vendor contacts, reliable contractors and design ideas ready to be used.

 

 

 

 

 

3. GET AHEAD OF THE TRENDS

Nobody is more aware of current and incoming design trends than an interior designer.  They are constantly keeping up to date on the latest Do’s and Don’ts, and are informed of the latest and greatest products from their vendors.  Thinking outside of the box and getting ahead of trends is a priority for designers and they can combine their knowledge of current styles with and experienced view of the big picture to create something unique and timeless.

4. HAVE A LIASON IN THE INDUSTRY

A designer’s job is to understand what you are hoping to achieve and to help execute it.  If they notice a mistake that would hinder or alter the vision, they have your back.  Designers are experts at communicating with builders and contractors to ensure you come away with a positive experience.

Besides, when it comes to plumbers, electricians, and contractors, an interior designer will have trusted local contacts. You can rest easy knowing you’ve employed the most reliable workers around.

5. MINIMIZE FRUSTRATION

Hiring a designer means hiring a professional whose job is to make your home exactly the way you’ve envisioned it — maybe even better! Certified interior designers go through a rigorous schooling process, and they have the talents and know-how to show for it. Adding them to your team means adding someone who has your best interests at heart and the skills to bring your project to life.

 

With the help of a registered interior designer you will end up with spaces that are uniquely yours and feel like home. We wouldn't want you to have anything less!

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