Imagine a beautiful home nestled on a quiet street lined with oak trees. The interior of the home is elegant and traditionally decorated in creams and whites. In a small hallway between the kitchen and living room is a door, no different from every other door in the home. What is behind it? A closet, the stairs to the basement? You open it and see jet-black enamel walls, a simple mirror and eclectic selection of artwork. The simple sink glows in the corner and the small space is radiating with light. A half-bathroom, or powder room, appears seemingly out of nowhere yet gives the guest a small taste of the homeowner’s personality. Sophisticated. Artistic. Bold.
Only a few years ago, interior designers were the sole source of information and resources for interior design. Today, the internet has changed that. Anyone can do a quick search and find endless information for DIY home decorating, yet interior designers remain in high demand. Hiring a decorator can help you stay on budget, give you access to trade only materials, and will result in a beautifully decorated room that you are happy with, the first time.