Interior Design for the Middle Class

Your career is demanding, you have dozens of errands to run, and it seems like the digital age is expecting more and more out of you everyday. If you are like most people, it  seems there is always something else to fit into your already busy schedule.  It is no wonder having a relaxing home – a sanctuary away from it all – is universally appealing.

A great home doesn’t have to be worth millions or have the finest surfaces and finishes.  What it should be is a place that reflects your lifestyle, personality and sense of style.  If your home isn’t all you want it to be, why not hire a designer to help you achieve a great space?  Nope.  This isn’t the interior designer your rich auntie used for her New York apartment in 1975.   Today’s designers are a great fit for the middle class professional.

Why do clients need an interior designer for their space?  Consider working with an interior designer when….

  • You know what you like when you see it, but you aren’t sure how to put it together.
  • You want help connecting to quality resources and trades professionals
  • You have existing pieces to incorporate into a new look, but don’t see the common thread.
  • You don’t know what your room is missing or needs to look exceptional.
  • You absolutely do not want to buy something you don’t like, don’t need, or won’t use.
  • You aren’t sure where to start in your home or room for a great look.
  • You don’t want or can’t afford to make mistakes that need fixed or redone.
  • You have a budget and it is important you stick to it.
  • You aren’t sure if your tile, carpet, paint, (insert item) will look great in your room once finished.

You deserve a great home and it doesn’t need to cost a small fortune.  Let an interior designer create a personalized space for you that relaxes and rejuvenates your soul?

This guest post was written by Angela Todd of Angela Todd Designs.

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