July 20, 2021

7 Ways to Save a Project Before Things Start to Go Wrong

I, along with a couple other designers, spoke with Architectural Digest about techniques for straightening out problems that arise in our line of work. I shared about how often, open and frequent communication is what helps the most.

Effective client communication is something we pride ourselves on at Rachel Reider Interiors. The lead time between receiving a deposit check to order furniture and the final delivery date is longer than ever these days due to production delays.

We make the effort to check-in with clients regularly so they know exactly when orders have been placed, furniture starts arriving at the warehouse, and installation days are forecasted for white glove delivery by our professional team of movers.

Trusting someone else with your home’s design is a bit of a leap-of-faith and radio silence only leads to anxiety.  We find that it’s in our client’s best interest, and ours, to touch base regularly throughout the process so we can head off any concerns before they become obstacles.

To read more about how interior designers like ourselves manage client expectations and keep projects moving forward on the right path, read the full article here. 

For sneak peeks into our most recent projects this summer, follow us on Instagram @rrinteriors found at the bottom of our main page here. 

Until next time,

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