Choosing the Right Design Expert

By | September 9, 2017

Designing an office or commercial retail space is a big task. Often businesses leave it to the hands of experts–architects and designers that can provide your space with fashion and function. There are a lot of different design experts out there, so it is important to get to know your options before you choose who you want to help redesign your space. Here are some tips you’ll want to consider when choosing your next interior designer.

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Understand what Expertise You Need

There are a range of experts that can make changes to your space, but architects and interior designers do it in a different way. Architects are usually more concerned with structure while interior designers want to add the smaller touches to the space to make it all come together. If you are starting with a blank space, you may need both of these experts to bring in form, function and style to your space.

Get to Know Their Style

Another aspect of choosing the right designer for the job is to understand where their style interests fall. Each designer will bring their own unique tastes to the job, so it is important to familiarize yourself with their portfolio before choosing the designer that you want to work with. Their portfolios will contain their best work, and it will show you any themes that run throughout each project that they complete.

Discuss Collaboration

Professional designers know a lot about style, but you also know a lot about what you want in terms of style when you are looking to change a residential or commercial space. That is why it is important to find design experts that are willing to do some collaboration. That doesn’t mean they will feel obligated to use every idea that you have, but you can have some input on colors, textures and other decisions that will make the overall style uniquely yours.

These are just some things to consider when you are ready to hire designers for your commercial space. Remember that the right hire will work with you, not against you so you can have a style that’s put together, but still a reflection of your own style.