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NCIDQ stands for National Council for Interior Design Qualifications and is the only national standard for interior designers. When building, remodeling or updating a home, it is personal, emotional and can be one of the largest investments a family makes. People often feel they cannot afford an Interior Designer or they are intimidated working with an Interior Designer. In reality, a professional Interior Designer will help every step of the way, simplifying the process and easing the inevitable stress. ​1. Expertise in their field - All NCIDQ certified designers have been educated, trained and examined to protect public health, safety and welfare. When you hire an NCIDQ Certified Designer, you hire a professional with proven knowledge, experience and proficiency in the interior design principles of protecting the public health, safety and welfare.

2. Save time and Money - Clients can avoid costly mistakes when working with an Interior Designer. It is always better to do something right the first time rather than through trial and error. Also, the time it takes to select every item going into a home is monumental. Working with an Interior designer takes the burden of time off the client’s hands.

3. Trade Resourses - Interior Designers are a wealth of information to the trade resources. Designers have access to vendors that only work with the trade, providing exclusive offers and services. Custom pieces can easily be created through a designer.

4. Harmonious liaison between contractor/architect and homeowner - Interior designers are the conduit in all relationships. They help to avoid conflicts between households and the building process - providing an objective 3rd party opinion.

5. Visual Story Tellers - Interior Designers are able to see the project through from start to finish. They are able to extract the vision the client would like to have and make it come to life with the selections and unique pieces for the project. Interior designers apply creative and technical solutions within a structure that are functional, attractive and beneficial to the clients’ quality of life and culture. Research your NCIDQ certified Interior Designer and I’m sure you will find a life lasting business partner and friend!

Vicki Beaudoin Chesterfield’s Interior Design NCIDQ Certified ​602-363-9394 

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