The Value of Interior Design by Emily Loker

We have all tried to do something we’re not necessarily trained to do to either save money or because of the resources available that make it seem so easy.  Filing your taxes is a good example with all of the e-file companies out there.  Inevitably, you get a notice of assessment where you end up owing money that you did not account for EVERY. SINGLE. TIME. 

Pinterest, HGTV, and “a friend with a good eye for design” are all things that undervalue the quality and amount of work that interior designers do.  These are excellent starting-off points, but interior designers find creative design solutions for interior environments while supporting the health, safety, and well-being of occupants while enhancing their quality of life and support their business goals. As Registered Interior Designers, we spend years (4+) studying this and only this, adhere to strict guidelines of professional practice, and have ongoing education requirements for as long as we call ourselves Interior Designers.

As professionals, we will save you money while eliminating the frustration (and expense) of DIY-gone-wrong, ordering the wrong lighting, furnishings not fitting, and everything else you don’t see on HGTV. We do it right from the beginning so you don’t have to worry about it.

If you, yourself, or if you know someone who has fallen down the Pinterest rabbit hole searching for ideas for a remodel, I would love to set up a consultation to understand and narrow down all elements of the big picture, to provide creative design solutions that enhance their quality of life at home or work.