Interior Designers In Dallas

by | Jul 5, 2013 | Uncategorized

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Hiring an interior designer is a very personal decision. Finding someone who not only gets your sense of style but who can use that knowledge to make decorating decisions for you is tricky. It is an artistic relationship unlike any other. The best place to find an interior designer is through word of mouth. Friends and family members who have used an interior designer can help you find someone easy to work with. If that fails, you can try interior design fabric shops for recommendations. Finally, there is always the phone book. Set up interviews with your short list of designers and prepare to ask the right questions.

What should you look for in Interior Designers In Dallas? The first thing to look for is someone who seems to understand your sense of style. Someone who seems to truly “get” your ideas. You want to choose someone who is fully licensed and bonded. Finally you need to look for someone who can work in your price range.

From simple window treatments to a full out complete redecorating of your home, there are steps that need to be taken. Your Interior Designers In Dallas will put together a package for each room you are redecorating. Included in this package will be fabric scraps, paint chips, tile colors and a detailed drawing of what the room is going to look like when she is finished with the redecorating.

Once you decide on the plan for your redecoration, the next step is to get started. During the redecoration, you will probably have to move out most of your possessions from the room to get new carpet, new paint and new window treatments. Your furniture may be sent out to an upholstery work room to be recovered and/or re-stained. You will need to make sure that pets and kids are kept out of the room being redone.

If you are going to have your whole home redone, it may be worth it to rent an apartment for the duration of the renovations. Kitchen renovations in particular are very stressful and require the kitchen to be down for maintenance for days at a time. Once your home is done, you can luxuriate in your new digs.


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