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Top 10 questions your interior designer must ask you?

  • What do you already love (and hate) about your house?

Every interior designer have some points of their own. When they mix it up with the designs of the customer , the house will take a different view. There are likely to be things on the list that can be really easily changed that will start to make a big impact. There are likely to be things on the list that can be really easily changed that will start to make a big impact.

  • How do you use your room?

It will help to divide the furniture in the right manner. Go around each room and think about how you use the rooms and any changes - big or small - that would improve the function of the room for you and your family.

  • Are there any special needs that need to be accommodated? 

If there is any old person in the house, he /she required the chair or any other special things. You should also consider the needs of any pets.

  • What is your budget?

It is also important to be realistic about what can be achieved within the budget you have set. Some clients will have huge ideas that they think can happen within the tiny budget they have set. Being strategic about the greater wants and needs in an overall design could help save you money down the track and avoid costly design mistakes that haven't been well thought through.

  • Do you have any hobbies, extra-curricular activities or collections that need to be factored in?

Dedicated study space or a purpose built craft/hobby room could be helpful. Or a special cabinet or storage area for your collections may need to be factored in. It's best to make your designer aware of any of these needs prior to a concept being developed.

  • What colors do you love?

It will be very appreciable if the designer use the colour , regarding with customers.

  • What colors do you hate?

The same thing will consider for the colours, customer will hate to use.

  • What time frame are you working to?

This is important so that a designer knows whether to prioritise the work and whether the time frame is realistic for the scope of work you are proposing. A designer should be able to give approximate lead times for the items customer specific in their scope, or at least find these out for him.

  • What type of lighting do they want or need in this space?

The choice of customer is very important. It is very useful for the designer to ask the customer about their wishes for their house.

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