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Henderson Interior Designers

ChelseaNow Teachings

ChelseaNow Teachings

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I set my lessons and teachings on individual needs, so clients can achieve their personal goals. Everyone can be indecisive on choices because we all seek others approval but with positive reinforcement methods and the right plan of action anything is possible. My professional guidance and solutions can make your vision become reality. 
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Handy Services

Handy Services

5.0 (1)
Service stands out by effeciency and the quality of work provided.
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Specialize in artistic accent walls. Reclaimed wood, new shipman board, wainscoting, and more. Schedule a free in home estimate today
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Town Center Interior Design

Town Center Interior Design

We have over 25 years of local experience as Interior Designers in Las Vegas & Henderson. We have also been voted favorite Interior Design firm by Elle Decor, House Beautiful and Veranda Magazines.  Dering Hall/Hearst Publications. Our Interior Design degreed staff is excellent. Please see our website:
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Metrospace Design Group, Inc.

Metrospace Design Group, Inc.

Metrospace Design Group, Inc. was founded in South Lake Tahoe, California in April 1984. Through the years the designers at Metrospace Design have completed hundreds of residential, commercial, government, and model home projects. We have had vast experience working in all sizes of homes, offices, and commercial spaces...from tiny condos to luxury estates, home offices to corporate properties.  Metrospace Design can find the perfect furnishings to fit your space, style, and budget. ... View Profile
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Pop N Decor

Pop N Decor

Pop n Decor is certified by, Certified Interior Decorators International. We offer a step by step approach for all of our clients. Our website is for anyone no matter what kind of budget that they are working with. Whether a client wants services or wants to shop at wholesale rates we have it all. We love what we do and the end results show it. 
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Grant Design Group

Grant Design Group

Professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers with more than35 years experience in Industrial and Interior Design Grant Design Group was established in February 1981. The firm provides high-quality, furnished interiors for residential and commercial projects. Commercial work, including retail, hospitality and office interior design are provided in collaboration with licensed architectural and engineering partners. Using AutoCAD and Autodesk 3D StudioMax, the firm also offers in-house professional design documents, renderings and virtual walk-through animations for its clients.   Anthony W. Grant, A.S.I.D, a ... View Profile
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Frequently asked questions

How much do interior designers charge in my area?

Interior designers charge $50 to $200 per hour on average, depending on the scope of work and the decorator's experience. Hiring an interior designer costs $5 to $17 per square foot for consultation, design work, management, and furnishings. A 1-hour in-home consultation costs $50 to $450.

What does an interior designer do?

Interior designers provide decorating aesthetics, layout and space planning, and structural design expertise to make interior spaces functional, safe, and attractive. Designers help select color palettes, furniture, lighting, paint, wallpaper, fabric, window treatments, and accessories. Designers also work with you, suppliers, architects, and contractors to coordinate the entire design, building, and installation process.

What is the difference between an interior designer and an interior decorator?

  • Interior decorators provide aesthetic assistance for pre-constructed homes and rooms. Decorators focus on style, color palettes, furniture, lighting, paint, wallpaper, fabric, window treatments, and accessories. Interior decorating doesn't address structural work, exterior elements, or how the space functions.

    Interior decorators are not required to be certified or have a degree, but may have taken courses.

  • Interior designers provide decorating aesthetics, space planning, and structural design expertise. Interior designers work with you, your architects, and your builders through the architectural design phase, the construction or renovation stages, and the complete interior decorating process.

    Interior designers are formally trained and may be required to have a degree or certifications to practice as designers. Designers are trained in drafting, lighting, computer-aided design (CAD), drawing, space planning, architecture, furniture design, and color and fabric.

How do interior designers work with clients?

  1. Interior designers ask the client to complete a detailed questionnaire before the initial consultation.
  2. After scoping the project, the designer sets the expectations, timeline, and explains estimated costs.
  3. Designers will begin working on the structural and aesthetic design, while considering building codes, safety and flow, space planning, and current design trends.
  4. Designers present at least two design concepts, layout plans, mood boards, furniture, colors, and work hands-on with the client to finalize the details and decor.
  5. Designers can assist throughout the architectural and construction process, or the initial planning or interior decorating only.
  6. After the furnishings are selected, the decorator organizes the purchasing, transportation, and installation.

How long does the interior design process take?

The interior design process takes 2 to 3 weeks, including the initial consultation, two design concepts, layout planning, 3D modeling, researching (materials, finishes, and furniture), and hiring suppliers and contractors.

How do you find a good interior designer?

To find the local interior designers, do the following:

  • Start your search on websites like HomeGuide and Google.
  • Ask for recommendations from family, friends, neighbors, builders, and architects.
  • Read reviews and check out their previous work on HomeGuide, Google, and the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
  • Peruse their portfolio and look-book from past projects.
  • Get at least three price estimates from different designers to compare.
  • Select companies that are licensed, bonded, and experienced.
  • Verify their insurance, worker’s compensation, and bond guarantees.
  • Look for designers who are part of the American Society of Interior Designs (ASID) or have passed the National Council for Interior Design Qualifications (NCIDQ) exam.
  • Ask about their warranties and guarantees.
  • Ask for a full itemized estimate or contract in writing.
  • Avoid making large payments upfront. Come up with a payment schedule for work completed.

After asking questions, hire the best interior design service near you.

What questions should I ask local interior designers?

When hiring a home designer, ask them the following questions:

  • How long have you been an interior designer?
  • What is your interior design style?
  • What design services are offered?
  • Can you provide testimonials and references from past customers and photos from previous projects?
  • How do you decide which projects are a good fit for your company?
  • Where do you get your design inspiration?
  • Do you work alone or with a team of designers?
  • How much client involvement is recommended?
  • Do you charge a flat rate, by the hour, use the cost-plus method, or a combination?
  • How much will my project cost?
  • How do you prioritize my budget throughout the project?
  • Are there any potential complications you foresee with my project?
  • What type of materials will you use?
  • Can you provide me a written estimate or contract?
  • What’s your payment schedule?
  • What do I need to provide to get started?

What to ask references:

  • Did you enjoy working with this designer? Would you work with them again?
  • What we're their strengths and weaknesses?
  • Did the designer adhere to your budget?
  • Did they communicate promptly and thoroughly? Did you feel heard and understood?
  • Did any issues arise? If so, how were they handled?
  • Did the design turn out as expected?

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