Interior Designer Jobs, Employment – June 2020

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$80,000 – $100,000 a year

  • Fulfill role as lead interior designer in the creation of presentations.
  • At La-Z-Boy Southeast, we provide all of our interior designers with thorough training,…


D.R. Domenichini Construction

Morgan Hill, CA 95037


Remote work available



$55,000 – $70,000 a year

  • You understand the importance of customer satisfaction and the significance of quality and service.
  • D. R. Domenichini Construction is committed to producing…


Ervin Architecture

Maine


Remote work available



$45,000 – $65,000 a year

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  • Specifically, this project management role will include developing key design intent as it relates to all aspects of interior design, including develiping…



$50,000 – $100,000 a year

  • Rather than commission earnings, this position will operate on a minimal cost plus basis when ordering through wholesale furniture and accessory accounts.

Denver, CO 80216 (Five Points area)

Remote work available

  • Be a part
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HGTV’s 80 Fave Fall Decorating Ideas

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Cue the Copper

Get the How-To:

How to Make a Hand-Lettered Farmhouse-Style Tray

Add a Farmhouse Feel

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Cozy Up Your Front Porch With Farmhouse Style for Fall

Set the Table With Seasonal Style

And, Break Out the Good China

Create a Grand Entrance

Freshen Up the Front Porch

(Safely) Fire Up the Fireplace

15 Fireplace Maintenance + Safety Tips:

Fireplace Maintenance and Safety

Pop In Some Plaid

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15 Spaces That Prove Buffalo Plaid Isn’t Just for Winter

And, Don’t Limit It to a Throw

The History of Buffalo Plaid:

Trending Now: Buffalo Check

Spice Up the Guest Room

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30 Tips for Turning Your Guest Bedroom Into a Retreat

Or, the Front Door

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50+ Paint Shades We Love and How You Can Use Them

Mix Rustic With Refined

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Rustic + Refined: Set a

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24 Creative Bedroom Wall Decor Ideas

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Victoria Pearson

You’re giving your bedroom a makeover—what’s the first thing you do? You probably try to figure out how exactly to hang that colossal flat-screen TV directly across from your bed. Stop doing that! It’s time to think outside the (idiot) box. Your space should be a sanctuary—a restful, cozy bedroom where you fall asleep after a long day and wake up fresh as a daisy in order to start a new one, and your bedroom walls deserve more than electronics. Even better, there are so many options of what to do with those walls, so you should apply the same care you used when you chose your bed, nightstands, bedding, lighting, and rug. (We know—some of those decisions took you 18 months. We’re here to help make things move a little quicker!)

Let’s start with your decorating style: If your bedroom walls could talk, what do you want

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Best Interior Designers in California (with Photos)

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To complete the look of a new custom home in California, you will want to employ the services of a top-notch interior designer. Without cohesive furnishings, lighting, art, wall and floor coverings, all the hard work put in by your architects and builders will simply not get the justice it deserves. Maybe you want sophisticated elegance in your Silicon Valley estate or a laid-back California look for a beachside home in San Diego, or perhaps a regal European feel in your San Francisco high-rise apartment. Regardless of the style you are going for, the ten West Coast designers on this list are the ones to call.

Interiors designers are perhaps the most mobile professionals in the custom home industry. So whether you have a residential project located along the Pacific Coast in Los Angeles, the Bay Area, or San Diego or somewhere in-between, these

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CA Real Estate – California Homes For Sale

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HOA fees are monthly or annual charges that cover the costs of maintaining and improving shared spaces. HOA fees are common within condos and some single-family home neighborhoods. Co-ops also have monthly fees (Common Charges and Maintenance Fees), which may also include real estate taxes and a portion of the building’s underlying mortgage.

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35 Biggest Decorating Mistakes and Solutions

35: A Cluttered Kitchen

Solution: Minimize the Mess

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Make New Pots Look Old for a Cottage-Style Countertop Herb Garden

34: Going to the Dark Side

Solution: Light It Up

33: Kids’ Toys, Untamed

Solution: Conquer the Clutter

32: Choosing Style Over Sittability

Solution: Opt for Comfy Chairs

31: Stuffing Your Garage to the Gills

Solution: Reclaim the Space

30: Designing Around the TV

Solution: Incorporate the TV Into Your Design

29: Toilet Rugs

Solution: Small Rectangular Rug

28: Not Having Houseplants

Solution: Add Your Favorite Plants

27: Having the Wrong Lampshade

Solution: Choose Your Shade Carefully

26: Not Testing Paint Colors

Solution: Try Multiple Hues

25: Covering A/C Ducts

Solution: Plan Around Your Air Source

24: Too Many Photos

You’re either a photo person or you’re not. Photo people feel very sentimental and have a hard time giving up the pictures on their walls and tables.

Solution:

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The Most Popular Interior Design and Decorating Styles

We’re going to level with you, being a design enthusiast is hard stuff. Not only do you need keep up with the latest trends and have an encyclopedic knowledge of all the colors of the year, but you should also know the differences between all the biggest design styles.

Sounds easy, right? Well, not quite. Truth is, knowing every single nuance between two different styles is easier said than done. After all, who really knows the difference between Scandinavian and minimalism? Traditional and transitional? If we’re being totally honest, even we get confused every now and then. So, to help, we’re breaking down some of the biggest styles out there.

It’s worth mentioning that everyone’s definition might differ a little bit. After all, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. But we hope the explainers below will help you appreciate the nuances of interior design.

(Image credit: Sylvie Li)

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18 Great Room Ideas – Open Floor Plan Decorating Tips

great room ideas

Studio Life/Style

The great room is easily the hardest working room in the house, as its entire purpose to serve multiple key functions all in one shared space. The goal is to make everyday living just a little easier, and to make a communal space a little more enticing. As a result, they can present some extra design challenges. With more moving parts and pieces to the puzzle, great rooms are that much harder to decorate. Layout, color schemes, and scale… So if you’re looking for some inspiration, keep reading for eighteen great rooms design ideas and decorating tips.

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Pack It All In

In this beach house, designer Alexander Design made the family room feel upscale and sophisticated yet down to earth, livable, and coastal. This great room truly has it all, from a dining area to a formal hang out spot and

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20 Family Room Decorating Ideas

family room ideas

Helen Norman

Considering that you spend a significant amount of time in your family room, it has to be comfy and stylish. From a plush sofa to well-curated shelves, find out how to make your space one of the most inviting places in your home with these family room ideas. Below, you’ll find design inspiration whether your room is big or small, modern or traditional. Oh, and if you’re wondering what you can do with your old television or how to spruce up your fireplace, there are plenty of suggestions here.

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Pattern Play

Combining vibrant patterns is an easy way to bring a dose of playfulness into your family room.

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Well-Decorated Mantel

Make your mantel a major focal point with a brass wall clock, lush plants, and decorative objects.

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Textured Walls

Wall coverings, like grasscloth, can instantly

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53 Best Living Room Ideas

Blue Velvet Sofa in Living Room

Mike Garten

Whether it’s a complete overhaul or a quick refresh, spice up the family’s favorite room with these pro tips.

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Colorful Light Fixture

Update an unattractive, outdated light fixture with a few coats of paint, round bulbs and pom-pom fringe for a whimsical touch. Strong colors overhead pull together the room’s eclectic vibe.

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Streamlined Shelves

Refresh your storage by taking the jackets off old books (load up at yard sales) to expose the stitching or covering your collection with coordinating papers.

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Tilted Mirror

For a laid-back look on your mantel, rest a sturdy style against the wall – no hammering required.

SHOP MIRRORS

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Lush Leaves

Fill any underused nook or corner with a big, ol’ houseplant and it can instantly become the personality-packed focal point of the room. Tuck the pot in a

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