12 Steps to Successfully Hire Dallas Interior Designers
- Do a Google search for interior designers in the North Dallas city you live in
- Look for best Dallas interior designers.
- Look at their photos to see if they do more than one style.
- Decide if you want a designer who has a certain style or find one who will create a special environment just for you.
- Find an interior designer who will design a good floor plan for your home with great traffic flow and a stress free environment.
- How long have they been an interior designer?
- Find someone who has passed the NCIDQ exam? The NCIDQ exam is the highest test for an interior designer.
- Read the designers reviews. What do their clients say about their work?
- You should interview more than one interior designer. See if they ask you questions to find out what you like and dislike.
- Have they done complete projects that include furniture, window treatments, accents, delivery, customer service, architectural detailing and remodeling?
- Ask them how they work and read their contracts.
- Where do they get their furniture? Will they be able to save you money?
This client wanted Contemporary Interior Design
Michael Foran, ASID, NCIDQ will work with you directly on the design of your home, not an assistant designer.
Michael has been a professional member of The American Society of Interior Designers since 1991.
Michael has won awards for model homes, interior design projects and architectural design.
He has worked on custom homes from the ground up and has completed many extensive remodeling projects.
Michael has over 40 years of experience in the interior design business. He has a vast knowledge of every part of the process and knows that it takes hard work and listening to exceed his clients dreams.
Foran Interior Design offers a vast array of high quality home furnishings at a great value.
For each of our clients we are always looking for the best finishing pieces for their homes. We search the best home furnishing markets to find the perfect pieces for each client.
This client wanted Transitional Interior Design.
When we start a design project, we sit down with our clients and ask them about their likes and dislikes, how the room will be used, what styles they like, what durability they want (all white rooms don’t work for everyone), what kind of comfort they need and many more questions so that we start to create the perfect environment for them.
This client wanted dramatic Architectural Design.
We never find ourselves creating the same look, because all our clients are different and they deserve more.