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"7 Deadly Interior Design Mistakes (And How To Avoid Them Occuring On Your Auckland Home!)"

It Is Easy To Employ An Interior Designer... But What Are Some Of The Mistakes That Occur When You Do Just Pick The First One Your Come Across....

What I Am Responsible For...
As an interior designer I am responsible for the interior design, decoration, and functionality of a client’s space, whether the space is commercial, industrial, or residential - anywhere throughout the greater Auckland region.

As An Auckland Interior Designer I Work Alongside...
As a professional Interior designer, I work closely with architects and clients to determine the structure of a space, the needs of the occupants, and the style that best suits both. The position is a combination of engineer and artist, and it takes a unique type of mind to handle both of those concepts well... I find already having the discipline of being a qualified and registered architect definitely gives me a distinct advantage!

More To It Than Just Having A Good Eye For Colours...
Interior designers have to be good with more than colour, fabric, and furniture; interior designers must know materials, have budgeting skills, communicate well, and oversee the ordering, installation, and maintenance of all objects that define a space.

They also have to know about electrical capacity, safety, and construction. This broader range of required knowledge distinguishes them from interior decorators.

Interior designers have to be able to work with contractors and clients alike, planning and implementing all aesthetic and functional decisions, from tap handles to km's of carpeting —and all this usually must be done within a fixed budget.

Your Style And Vision Is EXTREMELY Important To Me...
Interior designers are hired for their expertise in a variety of styles and approaches, not merely their own personal vision. Therefore, I have to be able to balance my own tastes and you my clients’ tastes - and be willing to put YOUR tastes first. This requirement could be potentially frustrating for you if I wasn't already trained to be aware of this when I was studying to be an architect... - this is potentially a deadly mistake an unprofessional interior designer makes...

I Also Have To Be Practical...
Interior designers are often asked to begin their planning before construction of a space is finished; this means that they must be good at scheduling and comfortable reading building plans. This element of the job comes as a surprise to many new interior designers, who expect to have less of an administrative and technical role and more of a role in influencing the overall feel and appearance of a space.

Over the last 7 years I have designed and personally built (with my husband an electrician / builder by trade) our 500+m2 dream house here in Meadowbank, Auckland. This has given me 3 very valuable skills - the ability accurately visualise different spaces before actual construction, and then be able to draw a set of working plans, but then work with tradespeople to turn the vision in to reality...

Need Balance Between Practical And Aesthetics...
Those who thrive in the industry say this ability to balance the practical with the aesthetic is crucial to being a successful interior designer.

Interior design is hard work, but is extremely satisfying for both the client and me Kristina the Interior Designer...

Does This Sound Like What You Expected From A Professional Interior Designer?
If so, lets get together and discuss your interior design needs in the greater Auckland region for your home.
Click here to contact me by email, or pick up the phone and call me, Kristina Cope - Interior Designer on 021-641-530 right now. Hear from you soon.
Where To From Here?
Hopefully, this report has given you some insight into a small part of decorating your home. It may also have prompted a whole new set of questions.

To get all of the answers you need, simply give me, Kristina Cope, a call on (09) 578-0704 or (021)-641-530 to schedule your free, no-hassle, straight talk consultation. I will arrange a time convenient for you, and it shouldn’t take long at all.

In about 30 minutes, you’ll receive more time and money saving interior design, decorating information than most people learn in a lifetime!

By now, you’ve probably figured out that I am not like most Interior Designers or Architects. (I am qualified in both fields). I concentrate on providing quality information to those who need it.

“But why would you just give away all of this valuable information?”

I know that you may be asking that question in your mind. I know it’s not what most Interior Designers do, and it may seem a little odd. It’s just that I have learned that good things happen when you concentrate on really helping people.

Yes, I make my living consulting to clients as their interior designer, and yes, it would be my pleasure to work for you to transform your house into a home you love to bring friends, business associates, and guests’ home to.


A half-hour is all it takes to get the information you need to make smart decisions for your future. We'll discuss what you want to accomplish, and look at the different options that you have.

Well, I’ve said just about all I can say. The next step is up to you. As I said before, there is absolutely no cost or obligation attached to your free consultation.

Pick up the phone and call me now, while you are thinking about it. I know that you may be a little skeptical, but one phone call isn’t much to risk, especially when you could save yourself lots of aggravation and thousands of dollars!

You can reach me at (09) 578-0704 or (021)-641-530, or send me an email with some suggested times and dates you are available to get together with me.

I look forward to hearing from you,

Kristina Cope DipInt, BArch
Interior Designer
P.S. Procrastination keeps more people from ever reaching their dreams than anything else. Don’t miss out on information that can make all the difference!