Inside The Orange Box: “What I Didn’t Learn In Design School”

17
OCTOBER
2014

Today, we bring you the second installment in our new mini-series within the Inside The Orange Box series where our designers share with aspiring designers or recent interior design graduates about things they were not ever taught in design school!

Today, designer Jacque Moor talks about an aspect of interior design she didn’t necessarily learn about in school!

"What I didn't learn in design school"  - a new series where SummerHouse interior designers talk about what they were never taught in their interior design classes // www.alwayssummerblog.com

“In design school we simply designed and presented. I did not learn that their were more steps in the processes than just selecting a fabric, furniture frame, or surface material. Residential design takes a team! As designers, we work with countless numbers of local craftsman and other businesses. We are constantly calling and faxing quotes to our drapery, custom sewing, and upholstery workrooms, furniture vendors, art galleries, electricians, and the list goes on! I have learned on my own by practicing design that we call on many people to help make a design come together beautifully!”

In case you missed Lisa’s piece of advice, check it out here!

If you have any specific questions for any of our designers, please don’t hesitate to leave a comment and we will be sure to address your question in a future Inside The Orange Box post! We truly love hearing from y’all!

Thanks for stopping by, and have a great weekend!

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