Interior designer or remodeling contractor? Who should you choose? It’s a common question we get at Royal Construction and we don’t mind answering the question. We encourage homeowners to ask any and all questions that may impact their remodeling projects. First, let’s review the basics. An interior decorator and designer are not the same profession and often confused. Yes, there are some overlaps but an Interior Designer is someone who has gone to school to study design and has in-depth knowledge of how space. They understand how it functions, as well as how to maximize the usability of a space. An interior designer may also have decorating skills, but they differ from an interior decorator in that they can design structural changes as well as decorate, while an interior decorator doesn’t necessarily have technical design skills.
A remodeling contractor, like here at Royal Construction, is someone who provides materials, labor, equipment, and other necessary services on a renovation project. Royal Construction has a strong history of using its own employees but may reach out to a sub-contractor for specialty services.
So, when do you hire an interior designer or a remodeling contractor? Our answer may surprise you. Royal Construction works cooperatively with interior designers on a daily basis. Interior designers bring tremendous value and insight to every remodeling project we work on. It’s just another way Royal Construction sets itself apart from the competition. We believe in the value of interior design so much that we invested in a designer showroom at our corporate office. Our customers under contract can visit with our interior designers and pick and choose finishes, moldings, carpet, tile, paint, etc. Our designer showroom is unique to Omaha!
Why do we believe in using Interior Designers?
- They help to reconfigure space.
- They help pick out finishes.
- They help invest properties prepare for a sale. They attract target homebuyers. Interior designers are trained to design with a specific audience in mind and understand current trends well.
- Interior designers can save time and money.
So, Interior Designer or a Remodeling Contractor
Are you consider a remodeling project in the #Omaha area? If so, you’ve been be wondering whether you need an interior designer or a renovation contractor (or a mix of both) to complete your project on time and on budget. The answer is both. Contact Royal Construction Omaha to learn more about our unique approach to remodeling in the Omaha area.