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Usually, designing a bedroom would not be much of a hassle, but a baby’s room is something else entirely. With a nursery or baby’s room, there are furniture, decoration and design elements which you just can’t afford to ignore. Will you have enough storage? Will the baby have everything they need? Will the decor be easy to change once they start to get older? Taking all this into account takes a great deal of consideration and planning; luckily, this happens to be the specialty of a qualified interior designer.
Finding your ideal interior designer is much easier through Plentific.com. Interior designers on Plentific display their past project portfolios on their professional profiles, alongside their qualifications and customer reviews. Better yet, once you post and outline your job on Plentific, some of the best interior designers in your local area will be in touch to offer custom quotes. There is no pressure, so you can take all the time you want to compare your options. Best of all, each and every job booked via Plentific will be covered by the Plentific Guarantee.
What do you need to know about nursery/ baby room design?
A nursery or baby’s room needs to meet certain requirements. These include a suitable place for the child to sleep, a changing table, plenty of storage space and enough room for the parent to move around and take care of their child without tripping over anything. An interior designer with solid experience in designing nurseries and baby rooms will know these requirements off by heart, and will be able to make sure that your new room provides all of them, no matter how much space or budget they have to work with.
Hiring an interior designer also carries several other benefits. Experienced local interior designers typically have strong relationships with local contractors. This gives them access to great Pros if you need to bring anyone else in for your project, and can also allow them to source materials and furniture, some of which may not be available to the general public. An interior designer will also have a much wider knowledge of the different options which are available to you. Having said that, it is crucial that you are clear about your budget. Make sure that it is set in stone and that your interior designer cannot make purchases without your say so.
When looking for an interior designer, past projects are just as important as recommendations, if not more so. An interior designer will usually have a portfolio of their past projects available for customers to look through: have they worked on projects similar to yours in terms of size and budget? Do you like their style? Have their customers left positive reviews about their work and attitude on the job?
The cost of hiring an interior designer can vary considerably based on the size and budget of a project. An interior designer’s services can range from a full on consultant and project manager role to simply providing help with designs. However, most will be willing to offer a free initial consultation so that you can discuss the ins and outs of your project, what you require and what they may be able to provide.