You have your dream home. You like the location and the way it is built. Now you need the interior designed. After all, interior design is nice but the way it looks and the durability of the design is what will make your living there comfortable. Keep these 5 tips in mind when choosing your interior designer.
1. Check their interior design services on their website or by talking to them
Look at the interior design services they offer and determine if they could be a good fit for your needs. A good start is to visit their website or make a telephone call.
Do their services fit your requirement? Can they offer end-to-end solutions? Do you feel a connection?
You want an interior designer who will understand your needs, requirements and will craft an exceptional design that reflects your dreams for living in your home.
You want an interior designer whom you enjoy working with or the process will be stressful.
2. Ask to see their portfolio of interior designs
Any interior designer should be able to provide you with their portfolio of interior designs they did. You must take a look at them.
Do you like the portfolio? Be sure that they provide you with the facts and not just any rosy pictures. Can they provide the location and references? Do they have good reviews of their designs?
You can find Decorpot’s home interior design portfolio here.
3. Google the interior designer
It’s a great idea to search for the interior design service provider you plan to work with. You might find videos or testimonials from their clients which will provide some more insights into their capabilities. You also might find reviews about them. Reading the reviews can help you with the best interior design service provider.
You can find Decorpot’s home interior design testimonials on their Home Page.
4. Ask for a quote on your interior design project
Interior design fees are always an important element. So, you’ll want to get their quote. However, prices shouldn’t be your only factor in choosing your designer.
One who quotes cheap should not be considered the right interior designer. They may not have the expertise or experience your project requires. You get what you pay for, and a good home interior design company is worth each penny.
Outline your project, tell your interior designers the colors you love, the colors you hate, your favorite look and feel, and whether you need an area for office work from home or any special requirement of your family member. Set milestones/deadlines.
The soon you get started, the sooner you can begin enjoying your dream home!