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Why Do I Need an Interior Designer?

"I have great ideas for decorating," a client said to me, who was a mega Hollywood star. "And with my friend's resale card, I save 40% at the design centers," he concluded with a victorious smile.

"The actual purchase in the process of a design project is nearly the last step," I replied. "Arriving at the decision of what to buy, and where to buy from count highly."

"You're right. I didn't think of that", he conceded.  

Living Room Fit For Royalty

Living Room Fit For Royalty

Seeing pretty pictures online or on a do-it-yourself TV shows are but a vague hint homeowners are encouraged to make a record of, and share with the designer.  Like a TV Ad for new medicine one would share with the doctor before administering.  But it's the designer's vision which determines the final outcome, and not because he's under a legally binding contract.  

Could you imagine Cardinals and Emperors dictating details of frescoes or musical notes to Michelangelo or Beethoven? 

While no modern designer is anywhere in the league of these master artisans, designers do possess the vision and ability to develop and implement concepts, and take them through a logical and methodical process to a successful completion. The designer's ability to solve problems, or challenges that arise during the course of a project, also make him a valuable, even vital to bring a project to its on-time and save on costly alterations. 

Malibu, California

Our current project features elegant this extravagant bed ensemble, complete with ebony lacquered finish accented with glittering gold inserts,  tufted headboard and crocodile leather in black lacquer frame.

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Oval daybed provides the perfect spot for relaxation while tuning to the soothing ocean waves, or TV viewing.  Swivel feature, designed by Beverly Hills Interiors responds to a touch by the tip of a finger. 

Wall-hung toilet with stainless steel control is fixed in the powder room where crushed seashell wall-coverings are framed in Italian porcelain tile.

Intricate paisley pattern was commissioned in Italy, composed with marble and metal mosaics that lead you to mirrored-skirted whirlpool tub. Indian silk window shade, and Venetian chandelier reflect in the walls, treated with highly polished Venetian plaster by an international artist.