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There are many people who believe that hiring an interior designer and a decorator is redundant. And the truth is that they are two disciplines that although they are very related and are linked to each other, do not overlap each other.

Our spaces have many dimensions, which come from the plane created and executed by the architect, who generally refers to the house or building as a whole until the final phase, which includes the furnishing and decoration of each room and the final touches. Somewhere in the intermediate stages, are the tasks carried out by the interior designer, which is a kind of bridge between the architect and the decorator.

We do not say with this that there are no interior designers that are not able to decorate as the best, or that we can not find a decorator with the same preparation and spatial notions that the best interior designer can have. If we go further back, we could even find an architect capable of providing an interdisciplinary service, ranging from the design and construction of the building without scales until the last detail is ready and happy delegates receive the key in their hands, without any need to hire anyone else.

What we want to emphasize is that an interior designer and a decorator take care of different aspects and if a professional is not there to give us a service that covers all the stages, and would not have to do it, it is necessary to fill that gap by hiring the one that corresponds to every aspect.

In this post, we will explain what an interior designer and decorator does, what are the differences between both jobs and why it is worth hiring both one and another, if we want our house to end up being a perfectly tuned project and very well achieved. ...continue reading "Why hire an interior designer or interior decorator?"