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Roles, Responsibilities and Expectations: Oh, My!

Filed under Communication, Return on Interiors, Uncategorized, Working with Clients, Working with Professionals

We’ve all been there. I know I have! You get to the end of a project and rather than fireworks and accolades showering down on you, there’s a lackluster fizzle of thanks from your clients. You think, “How did we get off track?” Well, somewhere along the line expectations and reality went their separate ways. […]

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How to Organize for Furniture Market

Filed under Quick Reference Guides, Return on Interiors, Uncategorized, Working with Professionals

How to Organize for (and Get the Most Out of!) Furniture Market With High Point Furniture Market around the corner and other local furniture markets happening, I want to give you some tools to see the “right” things- AND remember and organize what you saw! Trust me, there are some really great blog posts out there […]

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Get the Best Clients by Setting Client Expectations

Filed under Design Projects, Return on Interiors, Uncategorized, Working with Clients

Get the Best Clients by Setting Client Expectations As an interior designer, we can totally “see” how our client’s space will look after we get our paws on it! However, making that vision a reality is something that doesn’t happen overnight. We need to set client expectations, so they follow along on the ride and are excited when the […]

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How to Start a Renovation Project

Filed under Kitchens, Quick Reference Guides, Return on Interiors, Uncategorized, Working with Clients, Working with Professionals

How to Start a Renovation Project OK, you hate your kitchen and you want to remodel it. You call it a “re-model”, but since it never looked like a runway model before, you really just want to gut that sucker! So, where do you start and who do you call? Before you do a thing, you have […]

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