I've been thinking a lot about what I want to write for this blog post. I finally decided that I was going to see if I could help clarify what it is that designers do. I've covered various aspects of this in several of my other posts but it was pretty spread out. This time, the information will be condensed into a single, interconnected series.
My hope is that there will be fewer miscommunications and that you will be able to share it with any friends and family that might also have questions. It should make sure we are on the same page. Most relationships, both personal and professional, suffer because of unmet expectations, but often these are also unvoiced as well. And, as most married couples have pointed out to one another, no one can read your mind.
Instead of diving right in, though, I'm going to give you a quick overview of my planned blog posts and let you go. Warning: I am going to go in depth on a number of subjects, so this will not be a quick series and I will probably think of other things along the way. Just remember, if you have any questions, you can leave a comment, send me a message through the Contact Me page, or call me.
So, without further ado the schedule!
- Kitchen & Bath (ROI good, better, best)
- Space Design
- Furnishings and Window Treatments
- Life Expectancy of Materials (good/better/best)
- Installation Day
- DIY vs. Contractor/Designer/Architect
See you next time with our blog post on
Stylization and Colorization!