Three Ways To Overcome The COVID Factor When Designing Your Interiors
Over the past eighteen months, people were forced to spend more time in their homes due to COVID-19. It gave many homeowners an opportunity to spruce up their rooms with new space plans, furniture, and window treatments. However, the pandemic has severely impacted supply chains and caused a material shortage in 2021. It’s affecting home remodelers, renovators, builders, interior designers, and ultimately homeowners. Therefore, if you’re planning to redesign your home, here are a few tips to ensure the success of your project.
1. Get in touch with a professional immediately
When talking to many of our interior designer clients, our first thought is, Why did you wait until the last minute to call? In normal circumstances, it can be challenging when there are setbacks in projects. During these unprecedented times, it can be even more frustrating, so make sure to reach out to an interior designer early.
2. Be patient with the process
Patience is a virtue, and it is indeed now more than ever before as projects get thrown off schedule from a few weeks to many months. But, one should remain positive and accept the delay in receiving materials.
3. Plan ahead
Timing is the most critical issue now, so having a plan chalked out with a designer or builder in advance will allow the design process to begin as soon as all materials are received. That way, the project is not delayed any longer than necessary.
If you’re looking for an interior designer to help you render creative illustrations, pick out fabrics, and select rug designs to match your unique style, give us a call today! At PFNY Designs, our experienced interior designers work with clients to realize their lifestyle goals by creating beautiful, livable spaces that answer functional and financial considerations. From commencement to completion, we offer a comprehensive full-service interior design experience.
Our services include bathroom designs, kitchen designs, home interior designs, cabinet designs, custom woodworks, and semi-custom design solutions. We serve clients across Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, and the surrounding areas.