Monday, April 2, 2012

Do you want your house to look like it should be in a magazine?

Do you want your house to look like it should be in a magazine?

If your answer is yes, then there is a simple answer to your problem, hire an interior designer. There are a lot of reasons why you should hire an interior designer, here are just a few;

The homes in the magazines where all designed by interior designers. If you want your house to look like that then you need the same kind of professional that can give you what you want.
They have the experience to help the project move along and know where to find certain things that help take a normal room into something with a “wow” factor.
They will help free up your time to do other things that you should be doing instead of shopping for curtains and lamps.
They receive really good discounts on all manner of things, from door hardware to furniture and even paint.
They can communicate directly with the contractor so that you are not bothered with every little decision.
They are able to keep every room in a theme or a mixing of themes so that each room doesn’t clash or run together.
They will help stage your home giving it that magazine feel at the end of the project, helping you fall completely in love with your home renovation.
They can do detailed drawings, allowing you to see what you are getting before you have to pay for it. This also helps the contractor and sub trades to give you what exactly you want and a proper quote on it as well.
They can help you stay on budget with suggestions on how to reduce costs or alternatives to help you spend more on one thing and less on another.
They will help you identify new and upcoming trends so that you are able to keep your home current, which can also help your property value if you are thinking of selling.

So the next time you are looking through a magazine and are wondering if your home can ever look like that, remember that all it will take is the help of an interior designer.

Rob Abbott
Operations Manager
Village Builders Inc.

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