Can an Interior Designer Help Me with My Home Remodel?

Can an Interior Designer Help Me with My Home Remodel?

"From our perspective, the more complex a project is, the more the designer needs to be involved." - Jeff Sheats, Jeff Sheats Designs

An interior design project can be much more than simply rearranging furniture or adding a few new furnishings. However, determining the scale of your project can be difficult with so many options available. How do you know who to hire to help you make sense of it all?

On our latest installment of Chat with the Experts, we bring in interior design guru Jeff Sheats of Jeff Sheats Designs in Indianapolis to share what's involved in a full scale design project. Sheats discusses everything from full remodels to flooring and wall color changes and explains how a designer can help bring your ideas to life.

Sheats also talks about architectural changes, the importance of millwork and why creating a timeless home environment is far better than following current trends. Listen in!

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Additional Resources:

Angie's List guide to interior design

4 common interior design mistakes

Maximize your lighting: Avoid these 7 mistakes

About this Experts Contributor: Jeff Sheats, Allied ASID, RID and principal interior designer, has been designing from his studio, Jeff Sheats Designs, for more than nineteen years. The Indianapolis firm provides full service residential and light commercial interior design firm services to Indy residents and businesses. 

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