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Transitional formal and enclosed light wood floor living room photo in Nashville with black walls — Houzz

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msrmom wrote:
Paint color?
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Mona Davis
looks like Railings (Farrow & Ball)
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What color is used for the walls and bookcase?

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Interior design by Connie Vernich DesignsHow Much Does an Interior Designer Charge?Designers may have just one method of charging for their services (such as an hourly rate), but more often they’ll have multiple ways they bill. “No two projects are the same and no two designers charge the same,” Jill Geisdorf of Chic on the Cheap in Sarasota, Florida, says. Therefore, when you’re considering a few different professionals to work with, be sure you understand the details so you can make an apples-to-apples comparison of their fees. Some terms you may hear when you meet with prospective designers:Hourly rate. This is just what it sounds like: You pay the designer for the time he or she spends working on your project. Hourly rates of $125 to $150 or $200 are common, but they can range from $50 (for a junior designer) to $500 (for a principal of the firm or one of its most experienced designers). In addition to paying for the design work, you may also be billed for travel time, client meetings, shopping, phone communication, site visits and more. Check with your design firm to find out if different types of work are billed at different rates.Flat fee. Some designers prefer to establish a set fee for a project, which can range from about $1,000 to well into the six figures. One designer in Austin, Texas, we spoke with charges $3,500 to $12,000 to design a living room, while another in New York state charges a flat fee of $3,000 for this space. Rates can also run much higher. Designers may set flat fees by estimating the number of hours they’ll spend on a project, and they may also consider factors such as the complexity and location of the project and whether they’ve worked with your contractor before. Some flat fees are structured to include a specific number of hours of work at a discounted hourly rate, with any work beyond that charged at a regular hourly rate. And sometimes designers set a flat fee based on the total project budget.How to Find Your Renovation Team

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