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Discover Why, If you are a Massachusetts Homeowner Who Will Paint Your Home This Season, and You Miss This One Step, You Are Wasting Your Time and Money
Ready? Here is the Step---Hire an Interior Designer!
If you haven’t already done so, hiring an Interior Designer is a smart decision. Think about it- you're investing a good bit of money into your home and want to be able to showcase it to look its best. Decorators and Designers truly serve a purpose for everyone. Whether you have no idea where to begin or how to begin to decorate your home, or you have an idea but need help tying the pieces together, or you simply haven’t the time to execute your style and desires due to your hectic schedule, hiring an Interior Designer is a wise and sensible choice.
Toss aside the idea that interior designers are only for the rich and famous. In reality they save you a great deal of time, money, and headache medicine!
What does an Interior Designer do for you when you are about to spend a lot of time and money? Here are 5 things:
1. Save Money
It might sound strange that hiring someone to decorate your home would save you money since you have the additional fee of the designer, however hiring a designer can help you to avoid costly mistakes that will not only help you save money but can increase the value of your home. You may not be selling your home right now, but if you make a color mistake, you will have to pay to remedy it later on.
Have you ever seen colors inside or out on a house that just didn’t make sense? Or even make you wince? I’m sure you have. Those are the colors that lower your perception of a home’s value. Therefore the wrong color lowers the desirability of the home, and the value.
2. Prevent Mistakes
A designer can give you a professional assessment of your situation, after finding out about your goals, that will lead to a solid plan of action. It is key to determine what will be repurposed and what should be edited. This will not only affect the budget but help you to spend it more efficiently. A designer offers an extra set of eyes, and these eyes are trained to see and notice things that you may not have been aware of.
3. Specifying the Best Materials
How do you know which paint to use? The brands are many, and some should be avoided. Are you using Matte, Flat, Satin, Pearl, Eggshell, Semi-gloss, or High-gloss? And where- on the walls, ceilings, doors, trim, exteriors and windows many different finishes should be used. And with newer paints in 2017, the technology has changed to give you better options. And do you know why? An Interior Designer does know.
A designer will also direct the Contractor and Painters on best practices for a job well done. Compared with the whole job, paint cost is a small fraction. If you want a stunning outcome, but are using the wrong paint, a designer can quickly spell out the right recipe to give you an optimum result. And while paint doesn’t cost much, repainting will cost more.
4. A Designer Is in Your Court
A designer will be able to build a stronger bridge between you and your architect or contractor early on and can head off design misses in your overall plan. This is crucial in managing time and money, by having to redo things later, or preventing unnecessary work from being done. Designers are trained to think about things we may overlook. Where would you want an accent wall? Many times that will depend on the furniture placement, and even the colors of the furnishings and the paint.
5. The Wow Factor
Designers can help to give you the wow factor you’ve been looking for. They are trained to think differently, spatially and to see an overall picture that clients often cannot. Thinking outside the box is what Designers do all day long.
Meet your Designer- I am the owner of Moore Paints, located in Lexington, Massachusetts. They know me at Boston Design Center- they see me coming! We have a streamlined process to ascertain your needs and your taste, to be able to come alongside you to help you achieve your goals. If you hire us to paint your home, you’ll have my services all to yourself. I’ll ensure your colors harmonize, are unified but not boring, and especially come up with a plan that pleases you, all which is decided before we begin painting. You can also ask about other things, like furniture placement, complementary colors to go into your new rooms, decorating your baths and for example, advice on new cabinet hardware in the kitchen, or the color of your new kitchen countertop. This is included in my service to you.
When you call us, ask for Tracy. For the Best Value and a Gorgeous New Interior, Choose Moore Paints, and Come Home to Design Happiness.