How to choose an internal designer or Redecorator

What types of professional interior designers are available?

Have you ever heard of interior decorators? These professional interior designers convert your home using things you've accumulated over the years. The end result is a balanced and harmonious space that reflects the personality of the people who use it. Many interior designers added this service to their repertoire. Alternative conditions for professional decorators specializing in redesigned interiors are interior redesign, interior designers, interior decorators, one day decorations, visual coordinators or interior refiners.

What is an Approved Interior Designer? (From B & P Code Section 5800,5538)

A certified interior design specialist qualified to design, prepare and deliver any type of non-structural and non-seismic structural construction plans and specifications of local construction sections. Built-in interior designers have demonstrated through education, experience and knowledge of the Uniform Building Law as it relates to area planning, safety of life, flammability, and accessibility code issues. Most interior designers have a minimum of four-year education. Many master's degrees in interior design or other additional education in architecture or interior design. Interior designers who have many years of experience may not have a bachelor's degree in interior design, but they usually have good education and have many years of qualified experience. All qualified interior designers will indicate that they have passed the NCIDQ (National Council for Internal Design Design) and / or registered / certified / licensed in their respective jurisdictions.

How does Interior Decorate charge for their services?

Flat Design Fees: The customer pays a unified fee for professional interior designer services based on design plan, time required and range of services.

The hourly price: The internal engineer bills the negotiated price per hour.

Extra Cost Method: Professional decorators receive a specified percentage on all goods purchased and services provided by merchants.

Hybrid Method: The customer pays both a percentage on the purchases and a design fee base for an hourly rate.

For square feet: This method is used especially in new construction.

What to ask at the first meeting:

o Ask to see the designer's interior portfolio, but remember that the designs reflect the tastes of others, not necessarily interior decorator and perhaps not yours.

o Ask about the size of the projects on which the interior designer worked, where, and what the budget range is.

Q Ask how the budget will be assessed and the type of payment schedules required by the interior decorator.

o Ask about the types of services provided by the designer.

Q Request a bibliography.

What to ask at the first meeting:

We recommend that you prepare for your first meeting with a professional decorator by creating your own folder of scraps from magazines, catalogs and design ideas books that appeal to you.

You may also be asked to ask some or all of the following questions:

o What area are you designing?

o What activities will take place in space?

How long are you planning to occupy space?

o What is the time frame for completion of the project?

Q What is your budget?

o Are you resettling or redesigning?

o What picture do you want to display?

o What colors, style and effects do you like?

o What are your goals and lifestyle?

o What approximate foot space to design?

If a professional decorator, or anyone else, tells you that, the process is easy and stress-free, and will be completed within two weeks. They are either false or stupid. Do not hire this person.

Source by Kim Stone