How To Choose Interior Designer Or Decor

What types of professional interior designers are available? Have you heard of the Interior redecorators? These professional interior decorators transform your home with things that you have accumulated over the years. Have you heard of the Interior redecorators? These professional interior decorators transform your home with things that you have accumulated over the years. The end result is a balanced, harmonious space that reflects the personality of the people who use it. Many interior designers have added this service repertoire. Alternate terms for professional interior designers specializing in interior redecorating internal redesigners, interior arrangers, interior stylists, one day decorators, visual parties or internal Refiners. 

A Certified interior designer is a competent design professional who is qualified to design, create, and make the kind of nonstructural, non-seismic programs and infrastructure and information to local building departments. Certified interior designers have demonstrated through education, experience and examination of their knowledge of the Uniform Building Code as it relates to space planning, security, life, flammability, and disabled access code issues. Most interior designers have a minimum of four years. Many have a master's degree in Interior Design degrees or other further education in architecture or interior design. Interior designers who have many years of experience can not have BA in Interior Design, but usually are well educated and have many years of qualified experience. All qualified interior designers will indicate that they have passed the NCIDQ (National Council for Interior Design Certification) examination and / or registered / certified / licensed in their state.

Home Feature: Simonton

Our newly finished project Simonton has recently been photographed on  beautiful summer day. Check out the photos of this spectacular home here and on our website.

A home this stately could be found nestled comfortably in the English countryside. The “Simonton” boasts a stone fa├žade, towering rooflines, and graceful arches. 
Sprawling across the property, the home features a separate wing for the main level master suite. The interior focal point is the dramatic dining room, which faces the front of the house and opens out onto the front porch. The study, large family room and back patio offer additional gathering places, along with the kitchen’s island and table seating. 
Three bedroom suites fill the upper level, each with a private bathroom. Two loft areas open to the floor below, giving the home a grand, spacious atmosphere.


Bunkroom: A Room for Guests and Kids

Bunk rooms add additional sleeping space for homeowners to accommodate guests or growing families. There are many designs unique to homes due depending on space available and number of additional members to accommodate. Lofted, hanging, built-in and bunk walls are among a few of the designs commonly seen in homes. Below are a few custom bunk rooms designed by Visbeen Architects

This traditionally designed bunk room saves space with stacked bunks built into the wall to maximize playing room and matching the craftsman style seen through out the home. 
These maple hanging bunks have a sleek design that adds a uniqueness to this boys bedroom. 
This bunk room is tucked away in the upper level to utilize the additional space for guests in this space conscious home.
Breezy Point
These dark wood, sleigh style beds, give this bunk room a formal feel adding a unique touch with custom painted names to personalize each bed. 
In a vacation home designed for two families space is limited. The 4 bed bunk room has enough space for the kids and their guests. The stairs between the bunks eliminates the need for a ladder which maximizes floor space. 
With limited space, built-in bunks allow this home to accommodate additional guests and provide under-bed storage.
The built-in bunks are in the hallway of the guest suite which add additional space for guests while staying on vacation. 
Kearney Hill

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