Your Interior Designer Needs Time To Do Their Job
Interior designer company, Pocketworth wishes their clients understand that every designer needs time to do their job properly. “Can we whip out a design in three days? Of course. Is it really thought out, creative and curated especially for you? Probably not.”
Design is a creative process. “Give your interior designer time to digest your design goals, hear what your dreams are for your space, allow them to dive into their headspace and let the creative juices flow, then put the design on paper.
How much time is needed? According to Pocketworth, four to six weeks on average is a healthy amount of time from signing a contract to presentation. “By allowing your designer (and building team) a little breathing room and not watching over their neck with a ticking watch, you are allowing your project to be its best potential. When things are rushed, often mistakes are made; which can, in the end cost you more money.”