Have any of these scenarios ever happened to you?
Have you ever chosen the "perfect" color only to realize it doesn't look anything like the color on that miniscule paint sample? Choosing a paint color isn't always as easy as it seems. Interior designers work with color every day of the year. An interior designer can help you get the perfect color the first time around.
Have you ever purchased a new couch only to realize it looks a lot bigger in your living room than it did in the store? An interior designer will help you choose the best-sized pieces for your room. A designer can also advise you on when to spend money for good quality and when you can save a little because top quality isn't necessary.
When you moved to your new home did you have a hard time placing your existing furniture into the new space, then decided you needed to buy new furniture because nothing seemed to fit? Maybe you needed some new pieces and maybe you didn't. An interior designer can help place your furniture in the best possible arrangement, then help you decide what new pieces, if any, would complete the look.
Have you ever remodeled a room or added on to your house and not been completely satisfied with the final product, even though you had a great contractor? While hiring a good contractor is critical to the success of your project, a contractor's expertise is with the physical construction of the job. An interior designer will interact with your contractor from the start of the project and be able to suggest creative enhancements that will add interest and value to your home. Once the construction is done, your designer will help with the finishing touches that really complete the room.
Regardless of the size or scope of your project, an interior designer can help you achieve the look you want, make sure the details are taken care of, and keep you as stress-free as possible while the work is being done. Call today to see how Marcia Moore Design can help with your next interior project.