Consultation/Travel Fees are equal to $200 (travel up to 15 miles) for a 60 minute consult. Subsequent consultation time is billed per hr at $75.00. Fees are applied to services rendered. Interior design fees are billed per sq. ft.
Expert Kitchen and Baths Designer
"There are few design rules when it comes to surrounding yourself with the things that you love. "Things are only temporary", people say, but to me, some "things" are beautiful to look at, some represent prestige and some just make you feel a certain way. I always ask my clients to really consider incorporating into their decor the things that really make them feel something. All the while keeping in mind that there is a fine line between having a few beautiful things that make you feel good and too many beautiful things that makes others consider you a hoarder." ~Y. Gina De La Mora
FAVORITE DESIGN AESTHETIC
Regency, Contemporary Eclectic, Modern. As mentioned earlier, I am a lover of beautiful things. I love layers, textures and shape. I also have an eye to design the most minimalist spaces while not losing my identity.
AREAS OF SPECIALTY
Decor Setup, Space Planning, Color & Finish Consulting, Lighting Design and Planning, Furniture & Material Selection, Art Selection, Event Design, Kid-Friendly Design, Pet-Friendly Design, Project Management, Home Staging
Being a designer most of my life, starting as a child doing my own mini room make-overs and painting old brown furniture, I decided to hone in on my natural born talents and follow them up with professional training. I have received several certifications for completing Interior Design Programs from various community colleges as well as online certifications for Organization Specialist, Re-Design Consultant and Color Consulting throughout my years but I am most proud of the completion of formal training as an Interior Designer from The Harrington College Of Design.
We offer online interior design services and packages regardless of your location or your budget. This exciting design experience is a do-it-yourself decorating solution that provides you with a master plan for creating a professionally designed space that you can implement at your own pace. It’s an affordable alternative to the traditional way of hiring a designer for full range of services since everything is delivered right to you via email.
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Residential Luxury Decor and Design
Corporate & Residntial Designer | Art Consultant
~ Y. Gina De La Mora
Interior Design and Decorating Services provided by:
What Is e-Design?
E-Design is an ultra affordable alternative to traditional interior design services. We will correspond via e-mail, phone, online measures like Pinterest & facetime to create a custom room design for you, perfectly balanced to meet your needs, style, & budget.
THE DIFFERENCE IN AN INTERIOR DESIGNER AND AN INTERIOR DECORATOR:
Differences Between Interior Design & Decorating
Many people use the terms "interior design" and "interior decorating" interchangeably, but these professions differ in critical ways.
Interior design is the art and science of understanding people's behavior to create functional spaces within a building. Decoration is the furnishing or adorning of a space with fashionable or beautiful things. In short, interior designers may decorate, but decorators do not design.
Interior designers apply creative and technical solutions within a structure that are functional, attractive and beneficial to the occupants' quality of life and culture. Designs respond to and coordinate with the building shell and acknowledge the physical location and social context of the project. Designs must adhere to code and regulatory requirements and encourage the principles of environmental sustainability.
The interior design process follows a systematic and coordinated methodology -- including research, analysis and integration of knowledge into the creative process — to satisfy the client’s needs and resources.
U.S. states and Canadian provinces have passed laws requiring interior designers to be licensed or registered and to document their formal education and training. Many states and provinces also specifically require all practicing interior designers to earn the NCIDQ Certification to demonstrate their experience and qualifications. By contrast, interior decorators require no formal training or licensure.
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