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Home & Holiday Designs LLC, Interior Decorator/Designer  in Fairfax
Interior Decorator/Designer serving Fairfax, Virginia
“Home & Holiday Designs LLC prides itself for creating unique and beautiful spaces focusing on our client's needs and visions. We tailor our design process to make our costumers as confortable as possible while guiding them through the design project.
(571) 252-3580
Interior Decorator/Designer serving Fairfax, Virginia
“Established in 1985, Designed Interiors, Inc., is a residential/commercial design firm that provides unparalled personal service and attention. We offer the highest level of design expertise while being mindful of our clients' priorities, budget and vision. Designed Interiors specializes in space planning, custom finishes, millwork and kitchen and bath design.
(703) 831-6547
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Who can be an interior designer?
Licensing requirements for interior designers vary by state. To certify their professional status, professionals usually complete a few years of interior design related work and the NCIDQ exam and then qualify to become professional members of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID). Interior designers in Fairfax can receive accreditation for their environmental expertise in design solutions for sustainable construction by taking the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) examination.

A group of Fairfax interior designers working together may occasionally refer to themselves as interior design firms (or an interior design firm), or interior design companies (or an interior design company), or interior design businesses (or an interior design business).

Interior decorators do not need a degree or license to practice but, depending upon their state, can obtain a certificate in interior decorating.
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Can an Interior Designer help?
Fairfax Interior designers tend to have more advanced training than Fairfax interior decorators and have greater technical involvement. They organize a space to suit its function, making sure that designs are attractive and are in compliance with building and safety codes. They manage the construction and installation of a design, and design for appropriate acoustics and sound transmission. An interior designer is also responsible for selecting and specifying fixtures, furnishings, products, materials and colors. Interior decorators are primarily concerned with interior ideas involving home decor and decoration – interior paint, fabrics, furnishings and lighting. Interior decorators work on home renovations that can be easily changed and at a lower budget, such as changing kitchen cabinets, selecting wallpaper in Fairfax and selecting furniture. Interior decorating usually does not deal with structural building codes.
What can a skilled Interior Designer do?
The best interior designers in Fairfax incorporate an understanding of people's behavior to create functional spaces and built environments within the structures that architects have conceived. Interior designers aim to come up with solutions that are functional, enhance the quality of life of the occupants, and are aesthetically attractive. They work on most types of buildings including homes, hotels, offices, schools, hospitals, shopping malls, restaurants, theaters and public spaces. They understand architectural detailing including floor plans, house plans, home renovations, and construction codes. They specialize in residential design (home interiors, home design, kitchen design, bathroom design, universal design, design for the aged and multifamily housing) and commercial interior design (furniture design, healthcare design, hospitality design, retail design, workspace design, sustainability) and if they are a registered architect, they can focus on the interior architecture of a space.