WHY YOU SHOULD HIRE AN INTERIOR DESIGNER
For the same reason you hire any professional who is an expert in their field.
A licensed, accredited interior designer is educated and experienced about safety, accessibility issues, building codes, ergonomics, acoustics as well as personal design preferences as they relate to the spaces people inhabit. We add value to your property by using architectural enhancements, new materials and technology. We can do all this while making your life easier, more fun, and more functional.
We create beautiful spaces for you to live or work in by adding quality and customization to your project by offering:
A variety of custom options - Custom Colors - Custom and special details - A multitude of finishes - Unique fabrics
At Debra J Interiors:
I save my clients money: I am a licensed, NCIDQ certified, professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers with more than 25 years experience. Not only do I work faster, I work smarter.
I save my clients time: My efficiency and expertise assure that I save you the time that you would have to invest in shopping, overseeing the design project and locating the furnishings and accessories to best complete your project. Our projects are completed on schedule.
I save my clients aggravation: I spare you the headaches of hiring and scheduling contractors, deliveries, locating furniture, fabrics etc. I use only dedicated tradesman, who are experts in their field and time proven resources that I have worked with successfully. I absorb the demands of the project while you enjoy the process by supervising every aspect from conception to walk-through.
I give my clients peace of mind: I provide you with the kind of full service design consultation that will exceed your expectations. By hiring me you are investing in a nationally known interior designer who has been published internationally.
I design for a select group of clients: My focus and attention is on making each project as unique as the individual. I offer timeless design with personalized attention to details that add value to your property.
Do you have the time to shop around for the perfect furniture, carpeting, paint, accessories, tile, appliances and all the other items needed to make your home beautiful? At Debra J we will:
Listen carefully to access what is right for their client- creating a space that reflects your own personal style
Present to you furnishings that are unique and top quality – making you think “I never would have thought of that”
Prepare drawings, documents and pricing –custom designs that will not only reflect your style but will make your space more organized and efficient.
Design and specify custom kitchens and bathrooms that are not only beautiful but will be functional for all phases of your life.
Have you ever made a purchase for your home that was the wrong size, wrong color or just was not right but you couldn’t put your finger on the problem? At Debra J we will:
Make sure all furniture and accessories are the right size and scale – scale is one of the most important elements in creating an area that feels spacious but not empty.
Avoid unnecessary purchases – by doing it right the first time you will avoid purchasing additional unnecessary items trying to make it look right.
Avoid costly and discouraging mistakes
Specify quality furniture and accessories that creates a one of a kind feeling for your home
Do you feel overwhelmed by the size or scope of your project? Are there too many decisions to make? At Debra J we will:
Manage your entire project from concept, to ordering and of course schedule and oversee all the installations.
Oversee trades people to insure that not only the work is quality but that all the specifications are being followed correctly
Turn your design problems into creative opportunities.
Anticipate your long term design goals – not just your present situation
Provide an objective point of view –providing you with a “fresh set of eyes”
According to ASID (American Society of Interior Designers) interior designers should receive their education from a CIDA (Council for Interior Design Accreditation) qualified schools. There is also an NCIDQ (National Council for Interior Design Qualifications) to test interior designers. After passing this difficult exam they can use the professional addition of ASID to their name.