7 Ways an Interior Designer will Quickly Simplify Your Renovation


7 Ways an Interior Designer will Quickly Simplify Your Renovation

For our entire lives, we work at building friendships, but regardless of how many friends we have, there is one thing that we always crave—someone to call a “best friend.”

“Friendship is born at that moment when one person says to another: ‘What! You too? I thought I was the only one.”

— C.S. Lewis

For anyone who has been fortunate enough to find a best friend you know they possess certain qualities. You look for someone who inspires you to see things in a totally different way, gives you someone to lean on during an arduous renovation and cheers you on in your decisions.

This is exactly what an interior designer does, which is why we are often referred to as the “homeowner’s best friend.”

7 Reasons Why the Interior Designer is a Homeowner’s Best Friend:


No judgment

We don’t judge what you have put together in your home, be it your selection of paint colors or installation of shutters. Whatever it is, we know who you are and won’t judge you based on your renovation mistakes.


We are true-blue advocates; the kind that won’t tell you something looks good just to be a “yes-man.” Instead we will be sincere and straightforward, telling you honestly that the stiletto-shaped chair you found on eBay won’t work in your living room renovation.



You can be your completely weird, goofy self around us by suggesting tartan plaid wallpaper and we won’t run in the other direction. We’ve got our own bizarre set of hang-ups too.


You can rely on us to do or provide what is needed. We won’t suggest dupioni silk drapes (even if they would look heavenly) when you have a toddler and preschooler in the house.


We won’t always agree with you (Who does?), but we will always welcome your opinion. As interior designers, we will take time to delve into what appeals to you and together find a brilliant renovation solution.

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No matter how far you’ve gotten, or how low you’re feeling, we will see to it that you get back up. You may be frustrated with the delay in your kitchen remodel and want to strangle the contractor, but we will make sure to keep you out of jail.


We’ll give you quick status updates every week (even if it’s to text you that nothing has changed) and will make you part of the design process.

Need some design inspiration for your next project? Head over to my Pinterest account to browse my curated selections for your kitchen, bath, and bedroom designs.


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