This new type of service has completely changed the industry. Large interior design companies are able to spend more time with clients who have more needs yet still provide assistance to more independent clients. Small companies and interior designers who run their business solo are able to expand their business without straining themselves.
- Have previous experience with the designer and only need some follow assistance on finishing touches
- Already have experience with DIY home design but need help with specific questions like upcoming home trends or which paint color to go with
- Are on a tight budget and can't afford traditional in-home designer help
- Only need help with decorating a single room
E-design is quickly changing the way interior designers can help their clients. While some traditional designers may not feel like it's the best choice, there is no doubt that prospective clients are intrigued and some remote design businesses are thriving.
If you feel like you may be a good match for virtual interior design, be sure to talk with a few different designers before deciding on which is perfect for you.