In this week’s installment of the 50 States Project, Fishers, Indiana–based Sunshine Brooks of Shine Design shares why not all consultations are created equal, the reason she keeps two-hour consultations on her list of services, and why putting value on her work made clients value her, too.
In this week’s installment of the 50 States Project, Chicago-based designer Brynn Olson shares what she learned from Nate Berkus, why she takes the time to draft a detailed project scope before signing a client, and the importance of teaching her team organization.
What does your website say about your firm? A lot more than you might think. For advice on captivating the client from the first click, we asked pros who specialize in perfecting the digital footprints of interior designers.
In this week’s installment of the 50 States Project, Boise, Idaho–based designer Judith Balis shares why she’s making major moves to expand her retail business, how she learned to bill unapologetically and why her firm has a commander of chaos.
In this week’s installment of the 50 States Project, Oahu, Hawaii–based designer Sachi Lord shares how the Hawaiian spirit has influenced her business approach and how she splits her time between design and a medical career.
In this week’s installment of the 50 States Project, Atlanta-based designer Justin Q. Williams of TradeMark Design Co.—and current contestant on HGTV’s Design Star: Next Gen—shares how he kept the faith while waiting for the right career, product and TV opportunities to fall into place.
When designer Kevin Isbell posted an Instagram Reel to announce that accent walls “need to go” earlier this year, not everyone agreed—designer Jessica McCarthy among them. In the latest Designers Debate column, the two California designers face off on whose vision makes for a more stylish statement.