Will design firms, residential designers, kitchen and bath, or retail/ furnishing establishments need to have a “registered interior design” professional on staff?
No, there is language excepting this situation. However, having a registered interior designer on staff would raise the level of quality to the services they offer and permit them to advertise that their services include those of a “registered interior designer.” Otherwise, their designers may only refer to themselves as interior decorators, space planners or similar nomenclatures.
- Other design firms tell me that they will put "two or more" designers on my project with their more expensive packages. What is The Logo Factorys policy of assigning designers?
- Will design firms, residential designers, kitchen and bath, or retail/ furnishing establishments need to have a "registered interior design" professional on staff?
- Why is NOW the time that interior designers, kitchen and bath designers and window vision designers should join Design Society of America?