In our experience, the fastest way for a project to be derailed is because the client was given some terrible advice from a well meaning family member or friend. Keep your advisors to a minimum. Too many voices will end up being confusing and frustrating. Remember, this is your project and you are the one who will be living with it for years to come.
Here are three reasons why this is great advice:
You hired an expert design team for a reason. If you are going to let other voices cloud your judgement, why did you hire anyone in the first place? The key decision makers should boil down to the team of designers and the people paying for the renovation.
Your friend or relative means well, but they are probably giving you bad advice. We have seen many people make terrible design decisions based on the opinion of a friend or relative that has no idea what they are talking about!
The less people making executive design decisions, the more seamless and the quicker the process will be. Avoid unnecessary delays and extra design fees by deciding on your advisors from day one and not wavering.
“Fashion fades, only style remains the same.” – Coco Chanel
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