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Interior Design WHY YOU SHOULD USE AN INTERIOR DESIGNER...


We all like to think that we have a natural aptitude and flair for interior design and, as with most things, through trial and error we can improve our skills. However, when it comes to renovating, decorating and furnishing a property this can prove a depressingly expensive process! Due to inexperience practical issues get overlooked creating unnecessary hassle and stress as well as over extending the budget.


It is often suggested that using the services of an interior designer is a luxury that most people cannot afford but paying for a professional designer’s expertise will, in fact, save both time and money. Not only will they help prevent you from making costly mistakes but through their connections obtain resources and merchandise not available to the general public and at discounted rates.


On larger scale projects they will work closely with architects and other contractors to ensure you achieve the look you desire whether an


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office, private residence or a public area. If you are looking for bespoke pieces of furniture or soft furnishings an interior designer will have a list of reliable and skilled craftsmen who will be able to create individual items.


Attempting to combine different styles in a space and make it work can be difficult however interior designers face these problems every day and will inevitably have plenty of clever tricks they can use. Also, when families with differing opinions are involved, a third party can be very useful for making those all important final decisions!


Choosing an interior designer will take a bit of research and time but it is important to find one that you like and trust to achieve an interior that fulfils all your criteria on time and on budget.


Editorial kindly provided by Dupère, No.3 Broad Street, Modbury, Devon PL21 0PS 01548 831693, www.duperedesign.com


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