A Day with Kimberley Seldon

November 12, 2008

I had the privilege of attending Kimberley Seldon’s Business of Design (Trade Only) seminar on November 9th.    I have had the pleasure of listening to her speak on a few previous occasions and can say that she was always so down to earth, unpretentious, honest, and very knowledgable about her profession.  Decorating is a profession I am proud to be associated with.   

 

Kimberley Seldon writes about the Designer Client Relationship to educate the client and state the fundamental business principles to be expected of the professional that you hire.

Designers are not paid for their time; they are paid for their expertise. For the purposes of determining value, this expertise is quantified in increments of time – in other words, we charge by the hour.  

Decorating a home is a demanding, time consuming, emotional and complicated process.  Surrounding yourself with a professional team is the best way to ensure you’ll wind up with the project you envision. reprinted from Kimberley’s website  -“Designiquette”

If you are considering hiring a designer/decorator see what a professional like Kimberley Seldon has to say.

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