5 Benefits of Hiring an Interior Designer

I'm a firm believer that hiring an interior designer is a worthy investment in your home and life. The process of working together can make your home or workspace not only look beautiful but also functional as effectively as it can.

So, if you're not sure if hiring an interior designer is for you, today's blog post could be just the ticket. Here are my top 5 reasons why you should hire an Interior Designer for your next home improvement project. 

Save Money

I can see you scratching your head on this one. Surely it will cost more to hire someone out? It might sound strange but hiring an interior designer can see you save money for two reasons. 

The first is that interior designers will help you to prevent you from making costly mistakes when it comes to critical design decisions. This can be incredibly beneficial for new homeowners looking to make a mark on their new space. 

Working with a designer, you can also make the most of their skills in selecting the right products for your budget, tapping into their network of trusted tradespeople and trade discounts when sourcing products. An interior designer knows how to effectively manage the expenditure of a project to fit the customers budget. By making intelligent design decisions, an interior designer can make the most of your space without overspending. 

Refocus your Design Style.

Cottagecore or art deco? Mid century or traditional? There's a lot of design styles out there and it can feel overwhelming knowing what your style is. Let alone how to input it into your unique space! Working with an interior designer will be able to effortlessly pull together different aesthetics, saving you the headache of trying to do so yourself. You'll gain clarity and confidence in what styles you enjoy, allowing you to make decisions with ease in the future. 

With everyone in the home having an opinion on how the space should look and feel, having a third party with a trained and experienced can be invaluable in designing a space. An interior designer will listen to everyone's wishes and consolidate them into one beautiful and functional space room that pleases all the family for years to come. 

Increase the Value of your Home.

By hiring a professional interior designer, the value of your home can also see an increase. It can set your house above the competition and capture the attention of more viewers when you come to putting it on the market. So not only can you enjoy the space yourself, but future homeowners can too. 

Enjoy the Home Improvement Process Without the Headache.

Problem solving is the day to day for an interior designer. Those tough decisions that keep you up at night are often easily resolved with a click of the fingers for a professional interior designer. 

If you would like to save yourself the stress of running the project yourself, hiring an interior designer is going to allow you to sit back and relax knowing the hard work is taken care of. Not only do you not have to think about the details of your interior makeover, it's also going to be finished to an exceptional standard. All that's left to do is enjoy your gorgeous new room(s). 

Save Time.

Choosing the right products or design solutions as a novice can take days, weeks or even months. A designer has a lot of contacts and resources in their back pocket that someone starting out simply would not have access to. The designer will quickly and efficiently be able to solve problems, hire contractors and select the perfect pieces for your new space. All whilst sticking to a strict budget. 

There's no long nights researching or endless hours googling for the perfect product at the right price. Hiring a designer is an investment in your time. This can be invaluable for a busy parent, working professional or simply for those that don't want to use their time doing something they'd rather not make space for. 


If you'd like a guiding hand with your interior project, please call Vicki Kress Interiors on 01759 306777 to arrange your Home Visit.

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