My Partner and I operate a small residential interior design firm in Southern Maine. We have been secured by an Architect in New Hampshire as an "outsource party" to assist with the matters of Interior Design (i.e.,
I’m taking over as the editor of our Interior Design Department’s newsletter, and just I love what you do with the Plinth & Chintz newsletter. We want to move to an online format to save money (hopefully!). Is
I"m working on an interior design project, and I'm trying to find out what the printing techniques for various fabrics are. I just need to know what the modern printing techniques are for paisley, toile de Jouy, and
I am currently working for an interior design firm and doing interior consulting on the side. My latest "side" client has requested to see my portfolio. The problem is I haven't updated my portfolio since I graduated four
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Thanks so much for writing. Yours is definitely a unique situation in that you landed a relatively unusual internship early on " that's great, though!
My first instinct would
I am in the beginning stages of my design career and am interested in relocating to another city. Besides New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles. What other major cities are good for interior design as far as
We are thrilled to announce the release of the book “The Brand of You” by P&C contributors Aga Artka & Jenny Rebholz! This “ultimate guide for an interior designer’s career journey” will help you build confidence and map your future in the interior design industry.
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