Don't worry about home decoration. Five tips to ch

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In recent years, designers can be said to be the most favored group in the home decoration industry. In the past, we thought that as long as the home was comfortable and practical. But now, in addition to comfort, the spatial layout, overall style, decoration materials and details of the house are within the scope of our strict requirements, and the more requirements, the more difficult it is to satisfy ourselves. Therefore, interior designers have emerged. They use their professional knowledge and rich experience to skillfully integrate all we think of, and develop strengths and circumvent weaknesses. However, with the popularity of the home decoration industry, the demand for interior designers is increasing, and the market is becoming more and more chaotic. Can anyone be a designer? What kind of designer is qualified? What is the most suitable for us? In the decoration, there will be some small problems between the designer and the owner. If the design concept is inconsistent, it can be coordinated, but if the owner's living problems are caused by the designer's intentional or unintentional negligence, it will be more troublesome. Now, let's teach you a few tricks to help you choose a designer carefully

move 1: judge people by their appearance and decide their aesthetics by their details

for the first decoration, it is inevitable that a bunch of designers will be confused in the face of the influx of decoration companies. In fact, if you want to choose a good designer, you should start from the details. Take a close look at the designer's clothes, speech and behavior in front of you. This is not to let you judge people by appearance, but because these details reflect a designer's aesthetics and taste. Just think, how can a scruffy person have rigorous design

move 2: you say he listens to find a good listener

no matter how thoughtful the designer himself is, he is always doing interior design for customers, so the final work should first meet customers' preferences and practical functions, and then give full play to his creativity. The biggest premise to do this is to know how to listen and be able to listen

when communicating with the designer, pay attention to whether he is quietly listening to you and giving advice in time, or whether he doesn't care about your ideas at all, but is eager to show his design view. If it is the former, it will at least prove that he will be a good listener and will not ignore your opinions and go his own way

move 3: strengthen communication. Neither party can be sloppy

in order to better realize her various ideas, Miss Zhang specially invited a professional designer to check, but she was extremely dissatisfied with the final effect. It turned out that there were problems in communication between the two sides. Miss Zhang told the designer that she wanted to make her room fashionable and personalized, so the designer did as she said. Although the two people also revised the design drawings several times after communication, most of them focused on visual effects. The designer doesn't neglect practicality, but every time she talks about this problem, Miss Zhang is always worried about affecting the beauty of the room. If she doesn't listen, she will completely deny it. The designer saw that Miss Zhang attached great importance to visual effects, so he didn't tell her in time how inconvenient the incomplete functional space would bring to her future life. In this way, the consequences caused by inadequate communication between the two people are a foregone conclusion, and there is no way to change it

so communication is the most important link between designers and owners. All designers' inspiration and design come from communicating with owners. If you want to have a desirable space, when choosing a designer, you must not forget to fully communicate with him

move 4: experience first, functionality first

many designers in the industry often say that unless they are designing super large spaces or special artistic spaces, most of them still focus on practicality. After all, the house is for living, so it's the same with finding a designer. Experience is always the most valuable thing. Like Miss Zhang's problem, if you are an experienced designer, you will never make such a mistake

when choosing a designer, the requirement of being creative can be put aside temporarily, depending on whether he has rich practical experience. You can ask the designer to show you some of his previous design works, or listen to him talk about his views on design, and see whether he can start from reality everywhere and put functionality and living first

move 5: look more and ask more to avoid being recruited by the designer

people who have decorated know that there are often some uncertain factors in the decoration, such as details that were not thought of before or places that were modified later. If the price is negotiated after the construction starts, it will be more expensive. According to insiders, now some designers like to work here. Therefore, we should choose designers carefully to avoid being trapped

people who are decorating at the beginning don't understand the details. They listen to the designer when it comes to making a pattern or adding a power supply when it comes to small parts. So they took advantage of this, omitting or underreporting some essential details, and after the construction started, they told the owner what to add. Most owners add and add as the designer says because they are afraid of trouble. Finally, it was found during the liquidation that adding a little bit a day is not a small amount over time. If it was calculated together with the contract, it would be much cheaper

when communicating with designers, if you find anything wrong or uncertain, you must see and ask more; You can also read some relevant books or websites before starting the construction, and provide your own opinions to the designers. If you don't understand or ask, plus the lack of communication, you will only be foolishly recruited in the end





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