Find out how to have a more productive and cost-effective relationship with your designer, by Neila Deen, Houzz Contributor and Interior Designer.

"If you’re thinking about hiring an interior designer, something that you may not have considered is how to be a good client — and by that I mean one who contributes to a productive and cost-effective relationship. Here’s my best advice for creating a strong working relationship with your designer."

1. Be Thorough When You Interview Potential Designers
2. Share Your Ideas and Preferences
3. Hire Someone You Can Trust and Then Trust That Person
4. Have an Open Mind
5. Do Your Homework
6. Be Decisive
7. Respect Your Designer’s Time
8. Pay Your Bills On Time

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