Interior decorators are incredibly versatile in their ability to pick the perfect colors and textures for any room, in any house. There are many reasons for working with an interior decorator. Maybe you enjoy decorating your home and you might be very good at this. There will come a time when you're selling your home or wanting to remodel a bathroom, when a little professional help will simplify your life.
Whether a decorator is working with a builder to pick fixtures and colors for a new home, or helping a homeowner remodel or prepare their home for sale, photographs tell their story far better than any words. For decorators, it is really true that a picture is worth a thousand words. When one of my customers bought a condo and wanted to remodel both bathrooms, replace carpeting on 2 floors with hardwood and a list of other smaller items, I knew it was time to get a decorator involved. My Handyman has a wide range of skills but we're definitely not decorators. Larger projects frequently require inviting peer home professionals to come together as a team and this condo renovation is a prime example. Bathrooms require an incredible number of decisions so I invited Jennifer Myers, Jennifer Myers Interiors, to work with me.
As a way to introduce Jennifer to my customer before they met, I provided a portfolio of Jennifer's work of which these photos are a small sample. We were working with an empty condo in a beach town, so I wanted my customer to see a range of projects done in different situations. My customer loved her work and I appreciate Jennifer's help on key design choices.
Notice the neutral colors used for new construction homes with colors that anyone can live with. The same is true for bathrooms that can easily be changed with a coat of paint or bright, bold towels.
|New construction staged for a builder, including paint colors, lighting, etc
|Existing home staged in preparation for selling the home
|Bathrooms which are the focus of current project
|Beach theme and how it can be used in a home