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Interior designers can turn your house into a home, or your underwhelming office into a professional space that impresses your visitors and potential clients. Bringing out the best in any room requires a trained eye, so hiring an interior designer is key to creating a space that is functional, comfortable, and attractive.

Need help finding an interior designer near you? Enter your zip code to be connected today to local design companies. If you're still not sure whether or not you really need one, read on to learn more about what interior designers do and how much it costs to hire one.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much do interior designers charge?

Most interior design projects range between $1,900 and $11,400. Interior designers who don't charge a flat rate cost either $50 to $200 per hour or $5 to $15 per square foot.

Most projects include an initial design consultation at a price of $150 to $500. The consultation, which takes 2 to 4 hours, will determine project scope and cost.

What does an interior designer do?

Interior designers work with you to come up with and plan the structural and aesthetic design of your home or property. Planning from the ground up, they'll consider a range of variables:

  • Building codes
  • Safety and flow
  • Available space
  • Efficiency of use
  • Current design trends

You can hire an interior designer for the initial planning only or ask them to transition into the actual building process with the architect.

What are the differences between interior designers and interior decorators?

Interior designers

  • plan a space from the ground up.
  • have a formal education.
  • focus on the layout and function of the space.
  • can act as project managers.
  • can also help with decorations.

Interior Decorators

  • focus on the decoration of an existing space.
  • don't necessarily have formal education.
  • focus on aesthetics only.
  • can't perform design functions.

What questions can help me find a good interior designers?

  • What's your experience with projects like mine?
  • What is your education?
  • Are you licensed in my state?
  • Are you certified for interior design, and where?
  • Do you charge by the project, hour, or square foot?
  • How much do you charge, and do you have any flexibility?
  • Can I see examples of previous work?
  • What design styles and trends inspire you?
  • Do you have references of previous clients like me?
  • What happens if I don't like the design?
  • Can you work with me on transitioning from design to build?