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Does your home or office interior need a brand new look? An interior design contract establishes your working agreement with an interior designer whose talents can transform a space with new color schemes and furnishings. Our free interior design contract provides you with a legal document in just a few minutes.

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Eco living: the new face of sustainable design

Vanessa Balinska is a final-year student who, along with thousands of others, is currently putting the finishing touches to her end-of-course project. Over the coming weeks, arts and design schools across the country will showcase the work of our future talent. These energetic twentysomethings will be the arbiters of British taste for the next few decades, setting the tone for future trends in aesthetics and culture, from the colour of our living rooms to the shape of our lampshades.

As part of her final project, Balinska, who is studying for a Bachelor s Degree in interior design at KLC School of Design in London, is specifying materials and accessories for the bar area of a Mayfair restaurant. Although the look is undeniably sleek, she is using reclaimed and low-energy materials. The wooden slats for the ceiling are from reclaimed oak and the sculpted lights are from old copper piping. The bar worktops are recycled glass and the flooring is eco-concrete made from magnesium oxide cement, which uses half the energy of conventional cement in its manufacture.

Most of my designs and work during this final year have been led by sustainability, says Balinska, who wants to work in domestic interior design after graduating. I ve tried to incorporate materials that are either reclaimed, recycled or that have a low carbon footprint during manufacture and transportation. Using LED lights and energy-efficient appliances are simple ways of considering the environment as well as being more economical for the client.

We may scoff at the super-rich celebrities of New York and Los Angeles splashing out on so-called environmental features such as an apartment block wellness concierge and vitamin C-infused showers, but real change starts from the bottom and works up, not the other way round. Vanessa believes that today s new generation of designers, starting out on a shoestring, have a responsibility to reduce the strain on natural resources of their projects. But clients are increasingly asking for low-impact materials to decorate their homes, too.

Piers Prideaux, a lecturer at KLC (klc.co.uk), says: Students are training at an amazing time of change within the industry where we are moving rapidly away from a culture where disposable is considered acceptable. He says students are taught to look at materials with an imaginative eye to see what can be reused. While until recently, the words eco-friendly interiors conjured up images of shabby chic, advances in finishing techniques mean reclaimed and upcycled pieces don t have to look bashed up at all. You can have an environmentally sensitive interior which doesn t look either shabby chic or all kaftans and incense. You can be very grand and still have natural, renewable materials that haven t come from dubious sources, explains Piers.

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This can range from practical items such as lampshades, to more decorative objects including the artworks we put on our walls. Young designer Emilie Osborne, who graduated from Arts University Bournemouth last June, creates beautiful 3D wall coverings made from recycled card. Her philosophy arose out of hardships experienced as a student: I can t bear throwing stuff away, she says. As a student you are always on a budget and I think it filtered through to the way I found the materials I used in my designs.

For Chris Thorpe, who graduated last summer from Falmouth University, inspiration came from the natural resources that surrounded him in Cornwall. Chris makes stunning homewares out of granite offcuts and oak and sycamore refuse from tree surgeons, to create pendant lampshades that are an artwork in themselves.

Chris studied under Drummond Masterton, course leader at Falmouth (falmouth.ac.uk/sustainableproduct

design). Drummond says students arrive with a passion, whether it is to reduce waste, to conserve biodiversity or help the developing world, which then has to be turned into hard-headed practice. One of his students is currently working on a Hundred Year Radio that will last through the next century thanks to a dropout mechanism that will allow the electronics to be replaced whenever technology makes them redundant, while retaining the beautifully engineered exterior and high-quality speakers.

The demand for a greater focus on the provenance of materials and how much energy houses and appliances are going to use has become more important for clients over the past few years, says interior designer Georgina Gibson. She has been in business for nearly a decade (georginagibsoninteriordesign.co.uk). Requesting that a home makeover be eco-friendly used to be quite niche, but now it s more prevalent, she says. I like to source a lot of second-hand furniture for clients and then refresh it with reupholstering or paint. It often works out a lot cheaper, too.

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Sustainable Design

Green design is design that goes beyond being just efficient, attractive, on time and on budget. It is a design that cares about how such goals are achieved, about its effect on people and on the environment. An environmentally responsible professional makes a commitment to constantly try to find ways to diminish design’s impact on the world around us. It is also a smart way of doing business: sustainable design is the fastest growing segment of our industry. For more about ASID’s adoption of sustainable design as a platform issue of the Society, please click here. To find a designer with sustainable design expertise, please click here and enter words like “green”, “sustainable” or “LEED” in the Keyword Search field.

Sustainable Suite Design Competition

ASID, in conjunction with USGBC and NEWH, co-sponsored the Sustainable Suite design competition to help drive sustainable design practices in the hospitality industry.

The competition demonstrated that a high performance, energy-efficient suite can also be aesthetically pleasing and enhance guest experience.

The winning design came from the team of destination design firm WATG and IDEO, a design and innovation consulting company. It was built as a model guest room to be presented as an educational display for the design industry, hotel owners, and corporate travel executives. The Sustainable Suite was unveiled at the HDExpo in Las Vegas, NV in May 2010.

To learn more information about the design competition, as well as sustainable design strategies, visit USGBC’s Sustainable Suite Design Competition.

Sustainable research is now available for ASID members.

ASID members can now download the complete Interior Design and Global Impacts series. This series of sustainable design white papers was researched and written by industry thought leaders in sustainable design was created especially to address topics of sustainability as it relates to the interior design profession.

Join us for a Sustainable Conversation! Watch the first entry in the new ASID Sustainable Design Video Series. Over the coming months, we’ll add new videos featuring different experts speaking on various aspects of sustainable design…their path to “green design”, how to select a supplier, how to avoid “greenwashing”, etc. Be sure to check back for new videos and additional resources.

ASID’s Sustainable Design Council presentation on “Environmentally Preferable Coverings – A Chat with ASID Sustainable Design Council.”

To view the presentation, click on the links below and download the PDF files:

  • Part 1 – Environmentally Preferable Coverings (453 KB)
  • Part 2 – Environmentally Preferable Coverings (481 KB)
  • Part 3 – Environmentally Preferable Coverings (342 KB)

The ASID Foundation and the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) have partnered on the development of REGREEN. the nation’s first sustainable residential remodeling guidelines. The program is designed for use by residential designers, construction professionals and homeowners alike, and includes best practice guidelines and targeted educational resources for sustainable residential improvement projects.

ASID is one of the many organizations, cities, counties and states that have committed to the 2030 Challenge. the aggressive campaign to dramatically reduce U.S. greenhouse gas emissions within the building sector by the year 2030. “As part of an industry that works within the built environment, the 2030 Challenge gives design professionals an opportunity to help transform the building sector from one of the main contributors of greenhouse gas emissions to a key part of the solution,” says Michael Alin, Hon. FASID, ASID Executive Director.

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The mind-staggering RDP House is the result of a collaborative effort between architects Daniel Moreno Flores Sebastian Calero. Located in Pichincha, Ecuador, the dwelling was constructed using eight shipping containers. The owner s passion for old clocks and visible working mechanisms made him envision a house like no other, with exposed raw materials and construction solutions. Shipping [ ]

Council Crest Residence is a 6,200 square foot remodel and addition located in Portland, Oregon. Completed in 2003, it was designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson and built by Don Tankersley Construction. This project was a remodel and addition of a 1950 s ranch house. Originally built for inventor Karl Kurz, known for creating projectors and stereoscopic cameras, [ ]

MESURA’s Sant Mori Pérgola poolside retreat creates a new space for a family to enjoy sunny days at their summer home in Sant Mori, Spain. Despite their regular use the pool, the adjacent patio was uncomfortable and unused. The design used the common facade of a neighbor’s plain wall as its base. The other three [ ]

Located in Japan, this single family home is a study in minimalism. Designed in 2016 by Tukurito Architects, the simple, spartan design allows small details to shine through. The herringbone pattern on the counter contrasts with the straight wooden floorboards and the simple exposed ribbed beams across the ceiling; all are made from similar materials, which makes the [ ]

The historic buildings within Deventer’s repurposed industrial harbor have been given new meaning as a social and cultural meeting place. Among the renovated warehouses and other redefined spaces, Studio MAKS constructed Deventer House, a bright, boxy home for a young couple. With minimal space, the architect constructed a modern home that makes optimal use of [ ]

When decorating a kids room, obnoxiously colored walls don’t have to be your first step. In fact, we believe that keeping walls white or gray and adding in smaller bits of color gives you even more possibilities to make a kids room creative and playful. That, and it will keep you from repainting when they outgrow [ ]

Diff.Studio’s design for this ornate home in Italy layers contemporary style over a classic, rococo backdrop. The end product is an exquisite blend of pieces that reflect the passage of time. The old architecture of the living room featured beautiful vaulted ceilings and windows that give the room a bright, airy feel. The suspended lights [ ]

We were always told not to judge a book by its cover. But when it comes to our coffee table books, looks do matter. Luckily, we’ve found a collection of architecture and home design books that are just as interesting on the inside as they are captivating on the outside. Whether you’re looking for a [ ]

Architecture duo Rosu-Ciocodeica completed Apartment M, a contemporary refuge located in the heart of Bucharest, Romania. The overall concept and layout of the project were adapted to the dynamic lifestyle of the family living here. The idea was to open up the daytime spaces, without compromising in flexibility. A high level of intimacy for each family member was achieved by [ ]

This minimalist Argentine home by Colle Croce, Casa DV, has a unique design that pulls activity toward the back of the house. You enter the home through a concrete entryway. This austere, industrial material dominates the exterior of the main floor. A single open room takes up most of this first floor. It seamlessly flows [ ]

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Studio apartment interior design ideas are usually set in limited place. Even though it is just small, it has living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom. Unfortunately for student or worker because most studio apartment style not equipped with area to use as study room or personal office. But you can make it, we will show you the how to do that. Some people may consider that living in studio apartment is not comfortable but it s not entirely true if the apartment has brilliant design, those may change that perception. There is a studio apartment design which lies in 45 square feet and make everyone like living in box. Can it be a comfortable apartment? You need to think what the best answer is. By being creative in finding studio apartment interior design ideas, the problem will be solved.

As stated above that there are two main problems that should be overcome. First problem is about the small area where the studio apartment interior design ideas will be applied. The second problem is the shape of the place. It is like a rectangular box. Okay, let s discuss about design that you need to remodeling the box into heaven apartment.

Create more room with divider

This is a solution for students or workers who want a special room to concentrate in studio apartment. Divide the room is the best choice. A lot of media that can be used as a useful divider, one of them is a standing rack like design on top. Standing rack is used as a divider between the bedroom and work space while keep maintaining the standing rack function as a book storage. Not only for bedroom but also living room and kitchen can also be divided to make other rooms.

More hanging and standing furniture

When you decorate small studio apartment, the wall is your friend you should use as possible. You can install TV, fan, sound unit on the wall in front of the sofa. Or you can make All in One Rack by Ezequil Vales. He provide brilliant idea about a super multifunctional rack for small studio apartment as seen in the picture. You have small office, piano table, filing cabinet, book case in useful single rack.

Sleeping Place Based

For sleeping place, you can make a comfortable bed lied on top of seven stairs that are able to be your drawers. Putting a mattress or a cozy bed on the top of those stairs is what you have to do to save a lot of space. This design made JPDA Architects to the answer needs of a bed in a studio apartment.
Now you need to buy furniture with higher legs, especially the table. The under table can be used to store lightweight items such as magazines, photo gallery or book. Besides the room will look more alive. Use a combination of two different colors for the furniture and walls. Bright colors on the walls such as white will make the room look wider. Then mix with a darker color to give an elegant impression on furniture or accents.

Mirror to spread the light

Most studio apartments interior only have one big window at the front and sometimes behind the bulkhead less get maximum exposure. Therefore, the mirror is ideal for spreading the light to each side of the room. Or you can install small hanging lamps on important places that hard to reach the light from outside.

Create an interesting focal point

Create a focal point in the room is good ideas to make the box more interesting to live. Focal point should not be in the middle. You can build it in most convenient area in the apartment or according taste. Areas around windows are one of the best side to make a focus spot. The balcony also great options to make the spot with small couch and single table. You can sit back on the couch while enjoying the scenery outside the apartment.

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Got a Design Dilemma? Choose an Interior Design Consultant Who Can Help!

If you’re interested in redesigning your home but are equally as worried about how much it will cost you, you are not alone. For many people, it is often difficult to redesign a home both attractively and affordable. When you look around, suddenly you’re caught up in a whirlwind of having to figure out everything from upholstery, fabrics, paint colors, window treatments, draperies, color schemes, floor plans and accessories. It’s no wonder so many homeowners become exasperated! You come to the conclusion that you’re not an interior designer, but you prefer to hire an interior decorator who can help you sort through the mess that is often referred to as home decoration.

Interior Answers Provides Interior Design Consulting Services to Meet Your Needs

Corleen Martz of Interior Answers LLC is an experienced and knowledgeable interior designer as well as an Allied Member of ASID (*American Society of Interior Designers) who offers multiple levels of interior design support via this convenient website. Now, from the comfort of your home, on your time schedule, and according to your budget, you can accomplish what you’ve been dreaming of. While Interior Answers LLC is NOT a large scale Interior Decorating Firm, you’ll get the personalized attention you need from an independent Interior Design Consultant. The following are just a few examples of how Interior Answers LLC can assist you:

  • We offer style and color direction.
  • We suggest furniture arrangements.
  • We mail sample kits directly to you to assist you at home
  • We can direct you to local sources and suppliers to shop on your own.

Contrary to popular belief, finding an interior decorator who can offer a little decorating help doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg. At Interior Answers LLC, we believe in providing easy, affordable, accessible interior decorating advice from your own custom interior designer. Contact Corleen Martz at 888-268-6482, or place your order today.

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Frustrated with Design? A Qualified Online Interior Design Consultant Can Help

Whether you’re redesigning your master bedroom or your corner office, you should seek help and advice from someone who knows what they’re talking about and has the credentials to prove it. This is where Corleen Martz steps in. An interior designer and Allied Member of ASID (*American Society of Interior Designers), she has over 30 years of experience in interior decorating and interior design consulting. Experienced in both residential as well as commercial design, she has been recognized with a National Award for window treatments and has participated in the local Decorator Show House in Ohio.

Your home should be a place that you look forward to spending time in at the end of each day; and sometimes interior decoration can feel overwhelming. There is no shame in seeking a little design help from an experienced interior decorator. Additionally, finding an interior decorator and utilizing his/her services can be a chore in and of itself, but it doesn’t have to be. From things such as finding the right paint to furniture selection and furniture arrangement, Corleen Martz is there to put your mind at ease. Contact Corleen today with Interior Answers, LLC to find out easy, affordable and accessible having your own custom interior designer can be.

*What is the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID)?

The American Society of Interior Designers (commonly referred to as ASID), is the leading organization for interior design professionals. From bedrooms to corporate boardrooms and health care facilities, ASID designers create places where the rest of us can live work, play, heal and worship. At Interior Answers LLC, we know how much your home means to you, which is why it’s the job of a trained interior designer to help make the process of home decoration as painless and as uncomplicated as possible. Your home is an extension of your personal tastes, and it should reflect that. Contact Corleen at Interior Answers LLC today to discuss your interior decoration concerns.

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We are not locked into any particular style, look or trend. The world is our marketplace and if that does not fulfill the required item, we are able to custom design and fabricate cabinets, tables, media centers, lampshades, upholstery, etc. in order to fulfill the exact requirements of the project.

Our reputation for quality and for seamless projects begins with effective communication with our clients. We listen carefully in order to interpret their words into real homes that will be beautiful, practical and most importantly, comfortable.

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How to write an interior design letter of agreement

02 February 2015

Unfortunately, there are many necessary evils in this world, and it seems like there are even more when you are trying to run your own interior design business! One of the biggest necessary evils – covering your butt. And you cover your (cute) butt with a letter of agreeement (LOA) or contract.
A contract should describe your services, payment terms and will serve to resolve any disputes or liability issues. Here are a few tips for writing your own contract:

1) Keep it simple

If you’re a smaller design firm, there is no need to use any “hereto, forthwith’s” in your design contract. Keep it short and simple, with easy to understand language and make it as clear as possible using numbering and headings.

2) Scope of work

Define what services and/or products you will be providing, with estimated due dates. Be clear and detailed to avoid any disputes. Include the rooms/spaces you are being paid to work on. Defining the scope in detail also allows you to provide added value services when the inevidable project scope creep occurrs.

3) Price and Payment terms

Include the amount and when payment is due. Consider adding interest or penalties for late payments. Also consider splitting the payments into sections on large projects so you don’t get stuck for months without a paycheck (eg. 50% due upon completion of )

4) Agree on a way to resolve disputes

If you are clear in the body of your contract, you shouldn’t have any trouble with disputes. But, to cover your butt just a little more, try to think ahead to any possible disputes and solutions for them.

5) Signatures

Don’t forget to review your contract with your client and have them sign because a contract is worthless without a signature! Prepare your contract and then upload it to your eDesign Studio and have your clients digitally sign off. or if you prepare to have a hard copy signature, you can have your client sign the contract and upload a signed PDF copy. Either way by uploading contracts you and your clients can easily reference your terms!

When writing this post I couldn’t find any “pretty” examples of interior design contract documents, so I referenced a few examples and made you one. Keep in mind it’s only a template, please use at your own risk!

This is only one example of a contract and depending on your business you may need addtional sections such as warranty, intellectual property and communication. Rather than beating this thing to death, I suggest you use our contract as a template and continue learning about the exciting process of writing contracts by visiting The Interior Designers of Canada and American Society of Interior Designers because both have excellent resources.

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