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What Houzz contributors are saying:
1. Be prepared when you meet your interior designerAccording to Woo, you need come prepared with ideas, inspiration and personal information on the occupants.“Don’t come without a floor plan,” says Woo. “Make sure you’ve got a functional brief; this means that you know exactly the scope of work you’d like your interior designer to do.”This include minutiae like number of bedrooms and occupants, what stage of life you’re at etc.“Come with a wish list of mood images and a visual diary of images of things you like and what exactly you like about them,” he adds. Offering an image and saying that you like everything about isn’t very helpful in pinpointing your aesthetics, so give specifics.