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“Most homeowners don’t know that there are three basic ways decorators and interior designers work with clients: full design services, design plans and design consultations.” — Judith Taylor If you’ve never worked with a designer before, you may feel intimidated or clueless. Learn about the different services designers offer, what to expect with each service and which kind you need in this series.
Trendy home studio photo in San Francisco with white walls, medium tone hardwood floors and a freestanding desk Houzz
Rug, table as desk concept (though narrower and less rustic) bradfordhaysrice
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Built-in comfort. This Toronto condo office, by Boxwood Architects and Jill Greaves Design. is clean and comfortable with a slim desk, an Eames adjustable chair, an abundance of custom cabinets and bookshelves, and a cushy chaise for reading or relaxing. And then there’s that view. The Scandinavian-style room, about 8 by 15 feet, makes good use of its narrow dimensions.
Scandinavian home office idea in Toronto with white walls and a built-in desk Houzz
drawers under bench window to floor. and 80cm from bench top ip trishcooke78
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If you’re on a tight budget, don’t assume that hiring a designer is beyond reach. Many will be happy to arrange a few hours of consulting or will help you source furnishings and decorative accents. Where to find one: The directory of interior designers on Houzz is a good starting place, where you can find designers in your area and beyond and view their portfolios.
Mid-sized traditional open concept family room idea in Little Rock with beige walls, medium tone hardwood floors, a standard fireplace, a brick fireplace surround and a wall-mounted tv Houzz
Possibility of different color on that wall, hadn’t thought of that kathrynbyrd
Adrienne Neff Design Services LLC
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Interior designer Adrienne Neff says she designed this room around a piece of art by photographer Vik Muniz. For each of the works in his popular “Diamond Divas” series, Muniz arranged 550 carats’ worth of diamonds on a black velvet background before photographing it. Works include likenesses of Elizabeth Taylor, Marlene Dietrich and Marilyn Monroe.
Example of a trendy home office design in New York with beige walls, dark hardwood floors and a freestanding desk Houzz
Grace Kelly print Scarlet Carney
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“The long, narrow lots that distinguish typical Chicago residences present certain proportion and layout challenges,” says interior designer Lisa Wolfe. “Our common three-flat condos and single-family homes are often only 20 to 30 feet wide and can feel like one long hallway. We find ourselves creating many custom pieces to accommodate this, most often dining banquettes.”
Transitional dining room idea in Chicago with white walls and dark hardwood floors Houzz
Dining banquet. Simple style, legs with no tufting. Maria Money Interiors
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Where to start. Interior designers are a great starting point, because they can act as a liaison between the client and the furniture maker, turning pretty photos and general ideas into actual measurements and firmness levels. Beyond that, San Francisco designer Jennifer Jones of Niche Interiors says, “there are also the technical details such as welting, tufting, the way the fabric is applied, foam content and the appropriate dimensions that will fit your space and be comfortable.” 11 Distinctive Details for Upscale-Looking Upholstery.
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary enclosed living room remodel in San Francisco with gray walls Houzz