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sak designs
1 Review
private residence
Ideabooks3,901
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interview process is one-sided. The client interviews the designer, who then answers the client’s questions, leaving the client to decide whether or not to hire
Take action: Anticipate your client’s questions, concerns and insecurities; develop an interview strategy; gather client-specific interview documents (site
you’ll not only be doing yourself a disservice, but you won’t be meeting the client’s objectives either.Personalities. The interview is a time when, typically
to a discussion of finding the best solution and fit for both you and the client. This is a substantial investment of resources for both parties. You’ll
“Zig zag book holder” — lisaloeppky
C.O.S Design
7 Reviews
Naroon Road
Ideabooks4,229
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plus a client’s own home to help me understand their style, what they like and dislike,” she says.“Essentially it is part of my job to extract a client’s brief
plus a client’s own home to help me understand their style, what they like and dislike,’ she says.‘Essentially it is part of my job to extract a client’s brief
brief and style; some clients provide little and others a lot. Providing a lot makes my job easier and gives me a clearer direction. A written list and
“cladding” — hayleyana
Valerie Wilcox: Photographer
Covet Garden Home
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t, three years ago. She operates out of Madison, Alabama, but takes on clients all over the U.S. For $145 per room, she offers inspiration boards, design
design consulting and DIY tutorials, all exclusively online. She has her clients send her photos of their room, then she makes suggestions on furnishings
decor. When she finds a piece of furniture she thinks will work, she has her client use painter’s tape to measure out the piece in the room and send her a photo
t, three years ago. She operates out of Madison, Alabama, but takes on clients all over the U.S. For $145 per room, she offers inspiration boards, design
t, three years ago. She operates out of Madison, Alabama, but takes on clients all over the U.S. For $145 per room, she offers inspiration boards, design
“short sectional + mirror/table” — byanksta
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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Kenig Residence Stairs
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set the client at ease.Chemistry. Perhaps most important, the interview is a chance for both of you to gauge personal chemistry. Very few clients will hire
s is your chance to personally introduce yourself and your brand. Most clients who commit to a face-to-face interview have perused your website, have read
of doing. Try not to reiterate what you’ve already said on your website. Clients are looking for a deeper connection and reasons to hire you. The interview
rmation gathering. This is a chance for you to listen to your potential client describe the design problem in his own words and for him to ask you questions
“Mur de collage” — veronique9
Modern Exterior
Ideabooks1,600
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at project completion.” Focus on the client. The overriding theme of the meeting should revolve around the client’s particular project brief and problem
If your fees are higher than your competitors, be prepared to answer your client’s question about them. You might pivot it into a conversation about value
thought to print out a site plan or research the resource protection area the client’s property is bounded by, or thought about a view easement deed restriction
positioned to solve that problem. People buy solutions, not egos. A potential client cares a great deal about how well suited you are to address his particular
“Exterior” — nfishbein
Emily Griffin Design
7 Reviews
Home Office and Creative Retreat
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Across from the island is a vintage Coca-Cola refrigerator, a gift from the client’s husband, where she stashes beverages including champagne for girls’ nights
Across from the island is a vintage Coca-Cola refrigerator, a gift from the client’s husband, where she stashes beverages including champagne for girls’ nights
“Feminine and soft” — norby
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
74 Reviews
Elegant Townhome in Pasadena
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“My clients were a little worried this would be too busy, but I told them, ‘That’s the point!’” Neithart says.
For the powder room, the clients fell in love with this wallpaper at a showroom but were a little nervous
door can keep it from distracting from the rest of your home’s design. “My clients were a little worried this would be too busy, but I told them, ‘That’s the
For the powder room, the clients fell in love with this wallpaper at a showroom but were a little nervous about using it. It’s a traditional pattern full
door can keep it from distracting from the rest of your home’s design. “My clients were a little worried this would be too busy, but I told them, ‘That’s the
For the powder room, the clients fell
“Beautiful wallpaper” — Vickie Cook
Cameo Kitchens, Inc.
14 Reviews
Milne Kitchen 4
Ideabooks6,525
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Michael Macklin of Cameo Kitchens says his client spent much time selecting the ladder and finally decided on the Akzent line
line by MWE. Macklin says it has the clean lines and simple tread style his client was looking for that weren’t found in a wood ladder. Many metal ladders
components of the kitchen. Michael Macklin of Cameo Kitchens says his client spent much time selecting the ladder and finally decided on the Akzent line
l components of the kitchen. Michael Macklin of Cameo Kitchens says his client spent much time selecting the ladder and finally decided on the Akzent line
line by MWE. Macklin says it has the clean lines and simple tread style his client was looking for that weren’t found in a wood ladder. Many metal ladders
“Ladder for kitchen” — saemae2003
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