Hiring A Designer

Your environment. Your ideas. Our job is to understand.

Interiors can look many different ways, but how they work is more important. Designing environments that satisfy your needs requires understanding your space’s current and future uses.

ASID interior design consultants are trained to deal with more than the furnishings and finishes that go into making a space look wonderful. They use analytical problem-solving skills that focus on your needs and aspirations. Designers listen, understand and ultimately create a space that exceeds your expectations.

Designers act as consultants to ensure you get what you want and need. They’ll help you examine your options, create a roadmap, manage the process or anything in between – purchasing, ordering, supervising contractors and overseeing budgets. Interior design consultants are trained to see the big picture and to help you balance your aspirations, functional needs and budget.

We can help you locate a local interior designer with our Find a Designer service.

Why Hire an ASID Designer?

ASID interior designers have the training and expertise to manage all the details of your project. They know the importance of listening to your ideas and understanding your needs. From consultation to planning to the finishing touches, they can help you every step of the way, explaining your choices and adding value to your budget.

The oldest and largest professional organization for interior designers, ASID has some 12,000 interior design practitioner members. About 4,000 practice residential design; 6,500 practice commercial design; and 9,500 practice a combination of residential and commercial design.

All ASID members agree to abide by the Society’s Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct. Many have passed a professional qualifying examination administered by the National Council for Interior Design Qualification. In addition to its many publications, ASID offers members continuing education opportunities. This means that ASID designers receive the most current information on appropriate materials, technology, building codes, government regulations, health and safety standards, design psychology, and product performance.

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