In the first part of our "Tips for first time interior design clients" series we discussed BUDGETS, (click here if you missed it) In part two we talking all about BEING BRAVE. So you’ve hired a designer for the first time, YAY! The good news is you’ve taken the first step towards making your space a place you love! I cannot stress enough that when working with a designer the more open-minded you are and the more you trust them, the more you will gain from the design process.
Never worked with an interior designer before? Not sure what to expect or how to make the most of your consultation hours? Over the next 3 weeks we will share a few secrets and tips to make the most of your Lo-Ki Interiors experience right off the bat. Working with any interior designer for the first time should be a fun and exciting process, but we know that any new experience can bring its own stress points and confusion. To clear the air, we thought we would let you in on
It is always exciting moving into a new home, and the best part of our job is that we get to experience that feeling again and again, with our clients. When a gorgeous, newly married couple asked us to help them transform their master bedroom, we couldn't wait to get our paint brushes out and head to work. Our brief was: "I want our room to look like it belongs on Pinterest." Just to give you an idea this is what we were competing with (slowly lowers head into pillow and scre