Our Process and FAQs2022-01-04T19:51:21+00:00


Your entire project will be expertly guided by a certified interior designer, making the experience a breeze. Once our initial design concept phase is complete, our drafters and renderers will help you visualize your new space. Our purchasing team will manage all of the ordering for the project. Your materials and furniture will be expertly received, inspected, and safely stored in the Inspired Spaces warehouse until the site is ready for them. Our logistics team will organize delivery and installation to the site when needed. Lastly, our professional styling team will arrange furniture, hang artwork, and place accessories to perfectly style your new space. We manage it all for the ultimate concierge experience.

Are there any additional resources on hiring an interior designer?2021-12-10T01:46:46+00:00

Yes! The American Society of Interior Design (or ASID) is a professional organization that is committed to supporting professional designers and their clients. There is wonderful information on questions to ask your interior designer prior to hiring them. https://www.asid.org/find-a-pro

I heard that the state of California does not require Interior Designers to be licensed. Is that true?2021-12-10T01:46:01+00:00

Correct. California is one of the few states that do not require a license to call yourself a designer. However Inspired Spaces requires that all designers have a professional certification. This means that our designers are held to a higher standard, and our clients can take comfort in knowing they have all been professionally trained.

What is the difference between an Interior Designer and Interior Decorator?2021-12-10T01:45:37+00:00

The terms interior designer and interior decorator sometimes are used synonymously, but each has its own job description and function. Designers study people’s needs to create functional, living, work, or public spaces to satisfy those demands. Decorators furnish interior spaces with furniture and accessories, creating an aesthetic environment. Most states require an interior designer to obtain a license to practice, but an interior decorator isn’t required to do so. As a result, interior designers may decorate, but decorators are not permitted to design. Here at Inspired Spaces, we have both designers and decorators on staff.

Do you receive discounts on furniture? Do you pass those savings along?2021-11-02T23:46:26+00:00

Yes, we receive trade discounts on fixtures, furnishings, and materials that we purchase. We pass along a 10% discount to our clients as a bonus for working with us.

Do you have a minimum to take on a project?2021-10-19T22:53:11+00:00

Yes, our design firm has a $1,000 minimum for each project. We know that sometimes clients are in need of just paint color or tile selection, so our goal is to be able to take on one or two-day jobs such as these with our $1,000 fee.

Do you charge per hour or per project?2021-10-19T22:52:44+00:00

We have found that it is the most straightforward to bill hourly. This way, the work is transparent and clients’ don’t pay for any work that we don’t do. However, before beginning any project, we give our clients an estimate for how many hours we believe it will take to complete. This estimate is based on past projects of similar size and scope and generally comes in extremely close to the final cost.

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