5 Things To Consider When Hiring an Interior Designer
February 13, 2018
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Ready to make those dream house goals happen, but not sure where to start? You might just be in the market for an interior designer. Someone who can help hone down your inspiration, make the entire process a smooth one and give you a result as gorgeous as this home. Designed by Coco & Jack, you might just have even more to add to those Pinterest boards today—plus, they're sharing five important tips on what to consider when hiring your designer! Head here to see the before images, you won't believe the transformation!

Know their Role

In addition to picking out all the finishes and furnishings, a designer can also help you with new layouts, millwork designs, and lighting placement. Designers will work alongside architects, engineers and contractors from the start of the project to ensure the design is followed through. Once the construction is completed, they will also install the furniture, hang artwork and style the accents so you can come home to a finished space. In short, they help manage the project and simplify the process for you!

Know Your Project

The more information you can give a designer the more they can understand your project and meet your needs. Be prepared to give a wish list for your home, inspirational images and what you are willing to spend. The more detailed the better. This will help the designer meet your expectations and keep within your budget!

Ask Questions

Renovating your home is a big deal, and there is a lot involved. Make sure you understand the process and who will be responsible for what. If you are unsure about anything don’t be afraid to ask!

Love their Look

This point is so important! Don’t just go with a designer because they came highly recommended, make sure you also love their aesthetic. This will make the design process so much easier and ensure you are both on the same page!


During the design process and construction of your project, it can be really overwhelming and hard to see how everything is going to come together. Remember this is why you hired a designer in the first place. Trust their vision, they are the expert!
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