Displaying Collections: Show Your Personality in Style

Displaying collections tell your story – what you love, where you’ve been, who you are – and, they can quickly become a chaotic mess. But you can display collections in style! Here are 6 easy steps on how to display your collections. The following tips will have your prized possessions taking center stage in no time.

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  1. GROUP OBJECTS BY THEME

Grouping objects by theme, a common element (E.g. color or style), or subject matter helps to connect them. If your collection is bigger than your space, pull out your favorites to display, box up the rest, and rotate them every few months.

  1. CREATE A GALLERY WALL

Use that wall space! You have empty canvases throughout your home. Don’t waste the real estate. For example, whether you collect crosses, plates or cutting boards, display your favorite collections by hanging them on a wall. You can also stagger each item according to size and subject matter.

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  1. SHELVES, CABINETS, BUILT-INS

With little nooks throughout the grid, built-ins and cabinets are a great way to display your collections! Displaying collections on a shelf, paint the back wall a contrast color to bring more attention to your collection. If your items are mostly solid colors try adding pattern behind them to add more visual interest.

Display old glass bottles, glass perfume bottles on a deep window sill or on a shelf in front of a window and see your collection sparkle! In addition, think about the horizon. Create visual triangles at varying heights so your eye travels from item to item.

  1. MAGNETIC ART

Whether it’s a vacation trinket, your veterinarian’s emergency information or your child’s artwork, magnets are everywhere! Don’t cringe every time you open the refrigerator door. Even magnets can transition into a fun artistic element. Take back your fridge, and give those magnets a home! Sheet metal can turn mismatched magnets into a piece of art. Keep it simple with a strip of sheet metal or spice it up and have it cut into a shape, for instance the United States, and showcase your travels.

  1. SEE THROUGH

Whether you’re showing off shells from the beach, vintage dice, or your collection of wine corks, glass jars and lanterns offer great storage and beauty. There are so many shapes and sizes to choose from. Get creative and turn your favorite collection into a focal point.

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  1. FRAME IT

Lastly, display small items like shells, buttons or jewelry inside a frame. Or, hang old metal keys inside an open back frame (You can just remove the glass and back from a frame you already have too!). For those precious mementos, or fragile items like clothing and printed material, protect and display in a shadow box!

These are just a few ideas to get your creative juices flowing, however the possibilities are endless. Tell us about your displayed collections or which tip you’ll try to create your visual masterpiece!

From Classic to Contemporary and Everything in Between!

CH Interior Designs-Brenda Weber

Located in Cobblestone Gift Shop and Home Décor Shop

513-897-0021

Let’s Get Personal: It’s All in the Accessories

If interior design is not your thing (or maybe you love it but you’re doubting your ability), you may struggle with accessorizing your room. What do you put on the coffee table, your sideboard or buffet? And the bookshelves, they’re for books, right? Wrong! Mix up books and your favorite things.

Adding accessories to a room is your chance to spice it up with your personality…. a chance to tell your story and fill your home with what you love! Check out our go-to accessories and tips for an easy transition.

Check out our list of go-to accessories that will enhance any room.

  1. Floral Arrangements – From casual to contemporary, fresh or silk flowers will bring vibrancy, and life into any room. Pick coordinating colors, or bring an accent color into your room through your arrangement for added interest. Look for unusual containers that can also enhance the theme of the room.

While fresh flowers offer many benefits, they may not always be a feasible option for some. Faux flowers have gotten a bad rap over the years. Forget the fake ferns from the 50’s! Silk arrangements can look just as beautiful as the real thing.

  1. Accent Rugs – Area rugs have a lot of responsibilities. They define spaces, add warmth and comfort underfoot, reign in the elements from a room and tie them all together, and add pops of color and style to any room in your home. Take colors from the rug and add coordinating throw pillows and a throw to your sofa. Area rugs can make or break a room. Choosing the right area rug is the key to success.

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  1. Wall Art – It’s in the eye of the beholder. Start with a large-scale piece over a sofa, bed, or fireplace. Choices could range from an over-sized clock, a starburst mirror, a metal decorative medallion, to the more traditional framed art or canvas. You can also group together smaller pieces of art to create a focal point.

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  1. Ceramic and Pottery Pieces – A beautiful bowl, vase, or charger can stand alone or be paired with other items to add a focal point. Add decorative spheres to a ceramic bowl to incorporate color and texture. Use a ceramic vase to hold those fresh or faux flowers (Make sure your vase is made for water!) Chargers are perfect for displaying an array of candles. Or, using plate hangers, chargers can quickly transition into wall art. Choices can range from modern to globally inspired rustic looks.

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5.   Blankets – Get cozy and add a touch of softness to your room with blankets and  throws. Drape over a sofa, chair, or ottoman to easily add color and texture. Layer with pillows for more depth or stack several blankets in a basket beside a sofa or under a table. Let’s face it, on a cold rainy day, who doesn’t want a blanket close at hand.

6.  Candlesticks -Display candlesticks on a sideboard, or entry table. Choose similar ones in varying heights, or use a grouping of different candlesticks for a more eclectic vibe. Oversized candlesticks are a stunning addition to a fireplace hearth. Add colorful candles for a pop of color.

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  1. Branches – If you love nature, bring the outdoors in with branches! These low maintenance accessories come in all shapes, sizes and colors. And, there are a variety of ways to display them. Arrange branches in containers, hang them directly on walls or display them on a pile of books on your coffee table. Add a small upward light on the floor to shine through the branches at night for a dramatic effect. It will be stunning!

  1. Family photos/Collections – Displaying family photos or your favorite collections show guests who you are, where you’ve been and what you love. Rather than randomly scattering them throughout your room, group clusters on a table or shelf for a more organized and clean look.

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You’ve got the bling, now think about these three tips to dress your room right.

  1. It’s all in the numbers. Use odd numbers when grouping items. When all else fails, think three! Grouping three items together will keep your space clean and balanced.
  2. Think about the horizon. Placing items at varying heights will create a horizon that takes your eye from one item to the next. Pull those books off the shelves, and use them to add interest and height. Stack one, two or three books to give your accessories a lift.
  3. It’s time to clean! Cleaning and maintenance are often overlooked when accessorizing a home. Think about what it will take to maintain the beauty of your accessories.

Get more ideas and inspiration here. You’ve got this—now, start accessorizing!

Got questions? Email me!

From Classic to Contemporary and Everything in Between,

CH Interior Designs-Brenda Weber

Located in Cobblestone Village Gift and Home Décor Shop
513-897-0021

 

Entryway Ideas You Will Love!

 

Your entryway is an area in the home that tends to be forgotten about when it comes to interior design and style. It’s not surprising why; this is often a practical area for taking off shoes and coats, and often gets a bit messy. However, your entryway is one of the first areas visitors will see and is a great place for getting creative while remaining functional. One size does not fit all – entryways should be designed with sizing and family needs in mind. Here’s some clever ways to begin dressing up your entryway while keeping it practical to get you inspired!

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall

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Let’s begin with an accessory that adds a pretty statement while also making your entryway look bigger. Mirrors come in all shape, sizes, colors, and varieties – so there is a lot to choose from! If you’re wanting to make a simple addition, try adding one large mirror over a console table or bench. In contrast, if you’re feeling your entry way could use more pizazz, adding a few smaller mirrors will create more dimension and grab attention. Whichever look you’re going for, you have a lot of options to choose from. For example, trending in mirrors are antique gold or brass frames, white frames with unique designs, and hanging mirrors. Above all, mirrors are great for last minute hair checks, and most noteworthy, they brighten the look of a room!

Wow – I Love That!

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When you’re starting any interior design project, you’re imagining people stopped and adoring your taste – right? People like seeing something a little different. Hence, wallpaper is crawling back into modern interior design, and we don’t think it’s a bad thing! Although it has returned, the use of wallpaper has changed. Currently wallpaper is being used more for accent walls, rather than entire rooms like it was in the past. Therefore, with an accent wall you’re free to have some fun with a bold print. Floral and geometric prints are trending this year and are a fantastic way to add an eye-catcher in your entryway.

In addition, a brightly colored table, chair, or bench is sure to add some personality to your entryway. If you’re hoping to add a statement without drawing too much attention, a navy blue or gray piece of furniture are easy to decorate with and will add a little pop of color. Whereas, if you’re looking for a statement piece, opt for red, turquoise, yellow – or really any color! Just make sure you’re planning your accessories accordingly, these colors are a little more challenging to design with.

Welcome to our Gallery

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Gallery walls are a hit, and we love them too! While mirrors are more common and simpler entryway accessories, we think a gallery wall is worth considering. Gallery walls are a great place to be creative – but make sure you’re planning carefully! That’s right, beautiful gallery walls don’t come without some planning and preparation. If your frames and art aren’t evenly spaced and well planned out, it simply won’t look right. Luckily, there are many templates and space planning ideas you can be reading to get an idea of what you want.

From there, begin preparing by making paper or cardboard cutouts and picking up painters tape. Next, lay out your design on the wall before you begin hanging. As a result, you will have a well-crafted gallery for all to adore. From uniform and clean, to abstract and creative – there’s endless options when designing your gallery wall. If you’re in need of some inspiration, stop by our shop to begin picking out a few wall accessories you love, then design the remaining look around those picks!

Let’s be Practical

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We’re understanding that every house has different needs, which is why we’re recommending that you be practical with your entryway. If you have a front door that is rarely used, it is easier to fill it with pretty and delicate things. Whereas, if you’ve got kids and pets using your entryway all day long, you may not want to start putting expensive vases and breakable details around. However, just because your family actually uses your entryway, it doesn’t mean you need to be afraid of decorating. Some practical additions to your entryway includes benches, tables, hooks, umbrella holders, and storage tables.

If you’re thinking your entryway is always cluttered, a storage table with bins to hide the clutter is a great way to go. From there, simply dress it up with a mirror (or gallery!) and a pretty mail organizer. In addition, hooks are fantastic for entryways – and they can actually look really beautiful. Many people start placing hooks on the wall by themselves, but we like to dress things up here at CH Interiors. Therefore, we’re recommending getting hooks nailed to a pretty painted board instead. This will have a more expensive and tasteful look, plus they’re much easier to hang!

Feeling inspired yet? Visit us at our shop to start picking up some entryway accessories. If you’re wanting to re-vamp your entryway without all the hassle, schedule a consultation with our experienced in-house interior designer Brenda Weber.

What is your favorite entryway accessory? Let us know by commenting below or send us an email. Don’t forget to like our Facebook page to see images of furniture and accessories in the shop along with deals and events!

From Classic to Contemporary and Everything in Between,

CH Interior Designs-Brenda Weber

Located in Cobblestone Village Gift and Home Décor Shop
513-897-0021

 

Outdoor Living Accessories for a Stunning Transformation

The summer season is around the corner and we can’t wait! We love our summer interior projects and are already getting prepared for the hot days and warm nights. Summer is the season for having friends and family over to relax in the beautiful outdoors. Likewise, your outdoor living spaces may need a little boost before you get those parties started. Here are 5 simple accessories to add to your outdoor living area to ensure you have a fabulous summer filled with friends and good times!

  1. Add Simple Elegance with Lovely Lanterns.  Lanterns are affordable, simple, and lanternversatile! While we love plants on their own, by putting them in a lantern you can add a pop of color and a more expensive appeal to your outdoor living area. You can also opt for citronella candles by placing them inside your lanterns to keep those pesky bugs away! In contrast, if you’re looking to add outdoor flare without the flame, you can also purchase battery-powered candles to place in your lanterns for a romantic evening glow. From coastal, to cottage, and contemporary, there are lanterns available for every style.
  2. Make Your Guests Happy with End Tables.Beautiful Deck Have you ever been at a party and found yourself fumbling around with plates of food, drinks, and your phone? Not being able to set things down is a hassle, therefore, we highly recommend adding a few tables to your outdoor living areas. There are many creative ways to add more table space to your outdoors. For example; you can paint an old crate, use a pretty wire wastebasket flipped upside down, or opt for end tables created specifically for the outdoors. If you have outdoor furniture you should also consider getting an outdoor coffee table. A larger table in your outdoor area is ideal for board games or cards as well! As a result, your party guests will feel more at ease by not having to fumble around with their hands full.
  3. Get Creative with Metal Tubs, Buckets, and Pails.metal containers  Metal tubs are one of our favorite ways to accessorize outdoor living areas! It’s an effortless way to add a more tasteful and expensive look. By placing metal buckets filled with fresh flowers throughout your outdoor living area, you’ll add instant eye-catching appeal. Furthermore, these provide a lot of decor opportunities. Pails are adorable as an decorative accent on your tables, and tubs and buckets are great as centerpieces and lawn accessories! In addition, if you’re throwing a party this summer, those metal buckets are also perfect for filling with cold ice and beverages. These metal accessories will add simple yet extraordinary appeal to your outdoor living area, and is sure to impress your guests!
  4. Cozy up with Outdoor Rugs. While outdoor living needs to be practical, it can also conservatorybe cozy and comfortable. Outdoor rugs that are resistant to liquids and tears are a great way to dress up your outdoor living area. However, make sure you purchase a rug that is mold and mildew resistant. Most noteworthy, bamboo tends to be the most popular choice as it is UV resistant, and a long-lasting material. In addition, keep your rug looking fresh and pretty by regularly cleaning it. For example, simply try hanging the rug over a rail and hosing it down, while sweeping up underneath where the rug sits. Ongoing cleaning helps combat the dirt and weather to maintain that fresh and vibrant appeal you’re looking for. Outdoor rugs are a great place to have some fun with bold colors and prints, so don’t be shy when picking out yours!
  5.  Light up the Night.outdoor string lights hanging on a line in backyard   Adding attractive lighting to your outdoor areas will make a huge impact! Most individuals underestimate their options in outdoor lighting. There are many choices to choose from: string lights, solar lights, post lights, and floodlights to name a few. Solar lights are great for placing in your yard to light up your walking path. In contrast, if you’re wanting to add a lot of light to an area we recommend choosing a flood light for lighting up walls, bushes, trees, etc. Finally, our favorite summertime lighting pick is string lighting. Placing string lights along windowsills, draping overhead, or around banisters amounts to a gorgeous summertime vibe. Nothing says summer quite like a backyard party at night with pretty lights and a campfire!

We’re curious! How do you like to dress up you’re outdoor living areas for the summer? Send us an email with a picture of your outdoor project, or leave us a comment below!

From Classic to Contemporary and Everything in Between,

CH Interior Designs-Brenda Weber
Located in Cobblestone Village Gift and Home Décor Shop
513-897-0021

Go Coastal! Bringing the Beach to Your Interiors

It’s that time of year we’re heading to the coast for a vacation with some surf and sand. But don’t you know that you can also bring the coast to you? We’ve got the scoop on all things beach house for your interiors. By adding in beachy colors, accessories, and wall art, you’ll feel like you’re already on the beach!

Splash in Some Beachy Color:

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First thing’s first, in order to go coastal with your interiors this summer, you need to get the color scheme down. This season, popular beachy colors include white, gray, light blue, cream, and navy! The coastal theme is all about looking bright, open, sunny, and relaxing. Therefore, try not to focus too much on any one of these colors. In order to pull of the beach house look successfully, you’ll need to mix and match and have some fun with it! Otherwise, your project won’t turn out the way you’ve been seeing in pictures. As a result, by paying attention to this color scheme while doing your shopping, your new beach house look is sure to be a success!

Anchors, Starfish, Whales – Oh My!

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The coastal look demands that you be more neutral with your colors. However, it also allows you to go big with your wall décor. You should be hunting for adorable anchor pieces, along with whale, ocean, and fish wall prints. Try searching for beachy prints in crisp white frames to add a higher quality look. In addition, shadow boxes with shells and sand dollars are a great way to go! The coastal look has become quite popular in recent years, so you should have no problem finding some unique wall décor.

Throw In Some Fun:

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The best thing about throw pillows and blankets is in the name. You simply purchase them and “throw” them in! While we all know you can’t just throw in pillows and expect it to look nice, you get what we mean! As a result, you’ll need to intentionally place your throw accessories to make it look effortless, yet pleasing to the eye. Likewise, by throwing a blanket over the sofa or bed, and adding in a couple of coastal print throw pillows, you’ll quickly pull together the coastal look. Throw accessories are that simple!

Don’t Forget the Seashells and Sand:

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Remember what we said about bringing the beach to you? Adding beachy accessories is a great way to bring pieces of the ocean to you while adding to your coastal theme. For a centerpiece, try looking for glass containers that you can add sand, shells, and a candle to. In addition, a couple beach accessories that tend to be forgotten are roping and baskets. For example, candlesticks with roping and small wicker baskets will instantly add a beach vibe. Finally, another easy idea is to find some cute bowls and fill them with shells, sand dollars, and starfish!

Ready to go coastal? Visit us at our Home Décor Shop to find our beachy rugs, throws, accessories, and more! We want to hear from you – what is your favorite way to bring the beach to your interiors? Tell us in the comments below or send us at Designer@CHInteriorDesigns.com!

From Classic to Contemporary, and Everything In Between,

CH Interior Designs
Designer@CHInteriorDesigns.com
Waynesville, Ohio
513-897-0021

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Spring Interior Trends We are Obsessed With

Spring officially arrived on March 20th, and we are LOVING the trends for this season. Just reading about these chic items has us squirming anxiously in our seats to share them with you. Only picking up a few new pieces for the spring season, you are sure to feel those winter blues melting away. Now get out a pen and paper – you will want to write this down!

  1. Copper

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Copper is in this spring, and it is demanding a presence in your home!  Copper lamps and home décor accessories you have likely seen popping up in décor magazines everywhere, and we love it too! For example, adding a copper piece demands attention in any space and lucky for us, it is very versatile. Keep in mind that with copper, you will want to make sure you are regularly doing an exceptional cleaning on those pieces to keep their golden shine you will need to treat your copper with a protective finish. If you are on the hunt for that unique eye catcher in your home, we certainly recommend adding a contemporary copper accent piece or two!

2. Climbing Plants

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Not just any plants are climbing plants! This season it is time to let your vines grow, ditch the trimmers, and see where they go! Place them up high on shelves and let the vines hang loose this spring. This trend is one you can get excited about; there are so many options of plants, pots, and placements to experiment with! Don’t have time to waste tending to indoor plants?  Try a Pothos plant; they are very easy going with big beautiful green leaves. If you are a plant lover, try buying a few plant accessories, such as beautiful pastel pots, and add in some adorable succulents! Succulents are also very limited maintenance and come in a wide variety of styles, colors, and looks.

3. Chic Marble Wallpaper

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Just when you thought the days of wallpaper were over it makes a comeback and ultimately redeems itself!  This marble wallpaper trend is one to pay some attention to. From clean and straightforward to loud and artsy, marble can change the look of your room. We would agree, a whole room in marble might be a bit much, but an accent wall?  Now we are talking. With endless colors to choose from, adding a wall of marble may be the perfect way to brighten up your interior and pull together an accent color theme in your room.  Visit us for help picking out the perfect marble wallpaper to add some chic to your interior. With this spring trend, you’re sure to add a sense of effortless and chic style that’s very classy, but if you’re thinking the marble look is not for you, wait until you see what’s next!

4. Wood Tile – Better Than You Think! 

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What a time to be alive. We can have marble in the form of wallpaper and wood in the form of tiles! If you are a rustic fan, you will like this trend. There are several benefits to wood tile rather than hardwood; it resists moisture, it does not need to be regularly polished, it has a warmer look than traditional tile, and is usable with many different décor styles – farmhouse lovers we are talking to you! There are several myths that wood tile does not last long, warps, and looks fake, don’t let that deter you; with a little research, you will learn what a perfect combination this is for our living spaces.

5. Dive Deep Into Blue This Season:

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Deep Blues are making a comeback, and it is evident to see why. Accordingly, they are the perfect companion to the minimalism style, which has been trending for some time. If you are feeling a little blah about any of your interior spaces, add a drop of dark blue somewhere, and it will give you that fresh statement you are looking for. Where can I add such a dark color you say? Well, we have a few ideas! You can add a piece of accent furniture, such as an ottoman or loveseat, and don’t be afraid of velvet! Also, you can paint a blue accent wall, or even paint your front door a deep blue to show you are in with the trends this season!

These spring trends of 2017 don’t disappoint; we cannot wait to try them ourselves! It is incredible what a copper accent or a warm colored wood tile can do to freshen up your space for the warmer days ahead, and who does not love a gorgeous deep blue? Ah, we are in heaven!

In conclusion, if you are ready to choose that copper piece or pop of dark blue in your home you will want to talk to our design team!  Our in-store interior designers are excited to help you find what you need to get trendy this spring!

If you are on the go or need some design assistance to put your mind at ease, schedule a consultation with CH Interior Designs.  Stop by and visit us in Cobblestone Village Gift and Home Décor Shop in Waynesville, Ohio.  Whether you are in need of space planning, furniture layout, or something in-between, CH Interior Designs will guide you through a stress-free process.

What spring trends are you most excited about this season? Email us at Designer@CHInteriorDesigns moreover, let us know!

From Classic to Contemporary, and Everything In Between,

CH Interior Designs
Designer@CHInteriorDesigns.com
Waynesville, Ohio
513-897-0021

 

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Interior Designers: Steer Clear for 6 Reasons

Interior Designers: Steer Clear for 6 Reasons:

Are you puzzled about what skills interior designers possess that you don’t? Wondering what services professional designers provide that make it worth your money? These are great questions, and we can tell you one thing for sure if our top 6 list sounds like you, you might consider steering clear of interior designers!


1. You Enjoy Putting a Lot of Effort Into Things and Getting a Disappointing Result

1When you have a big design project on your hands, you may think, ‘I’ll save money by doing it myself.’ However, the truth is that most people lose money on projects because they didn’t turn out quite the way they were expecting. There’s more to interior design than the fun part of picking out colors, textures, and designs. For example, there are measurements to take, hues to match, lighting placements to consider, custom sizes to find, some construction work, and much more. Sounds like a lot of work right? As a result, If you’re not preparing to take all this on yourself, you may need to hire a professional.

 

 


2. You Enjoy Stress

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Interior design may seem like it’s always fun, but the process can make you want to pull your hair out! First of all, you can expect to spend weeks or months shopping for unique one-of-a-kind furniture and accessories. Plus, keep in mind that the lighting in your home will change the paint and fabric colors drastically. Therefore, by the end of it all, you’ll be so tired that you may talk yourself into “liking” what you picked out, even if it didn’t turn out the way you were hoping. Interior design should be an exciting, fun, and stress-free process. Chances are you have other priorities such as kids, grand-kids, careers, friends, and family that need tending. If you prefer a fun experience and want to minimize stress, we recommend you consider handing your interior project over to an expert to put your mind at ease.

 


3. You Don’t Care if Your Designs are Functional

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We hear you, Joanna Gaines is a genius, and she doesn’t have an interior design degree. Plus, what she does looks pretty simple right? Yes, there are very gifted people on this earth. However, even Joanna Gaines has been dedicating her life to continuously learning. Furthermore, Joanna designed several homes before she took off as the incredible designer she is today. In addition to a good eye, a designer needs professional skills. You might ask, ‘What skills does a professional possess that I don’t’? First of all, a professional will have a formal degree which includes skills such as space planning, interior structures and materials, lighting design, color theory, interior codes and safety, and interior finishes. Therefore, the professional interior design requires an eye for design, formal skills, and a demanding work schedule to make spaces not only beautiful but functional and sustainable.


4. You Like Having Low-Quality Products that ‘Don’t Quite Fit In’ for Your Home

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Designers partner and network with skilled craftsmen, artisans, and fellow designers to be successful. Also, designers draw from many resources to locate products that are just right for you, which are not available to the general public. These relationships take a lot of time and dedication. Thus they are a valuable benefit to you. By growing these relationships, professional interior designers can bring you one-of-a-kind pieces you won’t be able to find anywhere else. As a result, by working with a professional, you will gain unique accessories, one-of-a-kind furniture, and custom window treatments brought straight to you!


5. You Do Not Like Professionals Who Work With Your Budget

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Interior designers understand that working within your budget is imperative. Establishing a budget is one of the first things good designers do to efficiently manage a design project. Plus, there are products available that will meet every budget. Working with you to understand your style, needs, and budget is their top priority. From there, they will work to be flexible with you so that you can have professional interior design guidance. Also, you will not have to sacrifice the things that are important to you! Therefore, you can take a deep breath, and let the stress of your interior design projects melt away; they’ve got you covered!

 

 


6. You Do Not Think a Designer Will Understand Your Taste and Style

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You might have asked yourself, ‘what if the designer doesn’t understand or like my style?’ That’s a valid question. There are certainly interior designers who only choose design projects similar to their tastes and styles. However, a good designer is knowledgeable about the many different design styles and knows how to organize and produce the style the client prefers. Rest assured, a good designer has an extensive portfolio and many years of experience working with a variety of styles and tastes.

Therefore, we want to know! What is your biggest reason to steer clear of hiring an interior designer? Tell us in the comments below or send us an email for a chance to win a free in-home consultation. On May 25th, a name will be drawn, and one lucky person will be the winner!

Are you ready to get started on that interior design project or want to learn more about us? Simply fill out our contact form or give us a call!

From Classic to Contemporary, and Everything In Between,

CH Interior Designs
Designer@CHInteriorDesigns.com
Waynesville, Ohio
513-897-0021