An Interior Design Blog? Get Real.

People tell me I need a blog. I'm also told it's time to overhaul my website. Over and over I hear how important it is to post on social media.  And don't forget to have a profile on Houzz.com. And the IDS (Interior Design Society) website. And on it goes.

I'm not cut out for this kind of "work".  It's definitely not decorating a home or designing a pretty new kitchen! That I can do.  Writing a blog and doing those other things doesn't feel "real" to me so perhaps that's why I struggle with getting them done.

I've decided to put down on paper (so to speak) what I'm thinking in regards to my work and get real with anyone who takes the time to read my blog. There may be some design tips, tricks, and latest news included in the blog every now and then, but don't expect it. That kind of information is floating around all over the internet for you to access and I feel that anything I have to add to it won't really be all that earth shattering.

But, for anyone interested in:

 

their home

color

decorating

what's it's like to be a woman with a small business (and I mean small!)

client relationships

seeing beauty around you

communication

pretty things

encouragement

the reality of interior designers and decorators

honesty

random thoughts from a girl named Lorraine

 

stick around.  I'm asking you to stay and read and respond ... when you are in the mood. That would encourage me greatly.

I need encouragement. How about you?  No matter what your job is or your life consists of, we can all use an encouraging word and a friendly face. Something real. 

 

I want this blog to be something real. I really do. 

 

Happy October.

 

 

 

 

Lorraine's Values

No job is too small

Creating liveable spaces that are not simply about being pretty

Bringing families together through good design

Using what clients already have when at all possible

Practical solutions that are as beautiful as possible

Window coverings that combine function with beauty

Helping you get the project done

Coordinating a color pallet throughout the home

 

 

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Convenience

Often, the hardest part of a project is getting started or getting finished.  Lorraine will work with you to accomplish both if needed. Appointments are set up in your home or office, making if very easy and convenient for you.

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Design Fees

Many designers choose to hide their fees.  Lorraine charges $100 an hour. The initial consultation is collected at the time of service in the form of check or cash and the appointment must be a minimum of 1 1/2 hours. If the appointment takes less than that there will be a $150 fee charged regardless.  Trip charges are incurred for anything over 15 miles from the Lorraine Interiors office.

A further explanation of fees will be discussed at the first appointment with a written explanation handed to you so that you will know what to expect.

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