FAQ

Do you have an hourly or room rate?

According to Google, designers almost always charge their clients by the room or by the hour. As you might expect, room structures are more concrete, since you as the client will know exactly how much the overall project will cost in terms or design fees. Some designers charge up to $500/hour, and as you can imagine, hourly rates can add up very quickly. The overall price will largely depend on the scope of work being preformed and the timeline of the project. According to standard interior design cost estimator, the average price to hire an interior decorator is $3,816 per room with additional cost for furniture and cosmetic materials.

At Remix for our Full Design projects we charge our design fees based on the more concrete model of room size in the measurement of  square footage. This rate can run as little as $7/ sq. ft. for residential and $10/ sq. ft. for commercial, and can exceed from there depending on the project work scope. Our project design fee is determined after the In Person Site Survey where our principal designer collects the data required to access the project needs. 

Do you have an hourly or room rate?

When are my fees due?

To secure design services with our team we request a 60% service fee retainer to start the design process. We then collect the materials and decor budget payment after the design concept is presented and approved. Balance in design fees is collected 7 days before project completion and all project walkthroughs have been completed. Project timelines and completion dates are project specific and are specified in each individual project calendar upon the client on boarding process.

Any A-la-cart services payment due in full upon at time of booking.

Design Showroom appointments require a $200 booking fee at the time of scheduling. After your in studio appointment the payment is credited to a purchase made with our team. If you decide not to move forward with any purchases at the time the $200 is non refundable or transferable. 

All orders placed in the design showroom require payment in full before our design team will place orders for product on our clients behalf. You are able to take advantage of our payment plan option, which we collect 50% of the product cost and the balance no longer than 30 days after. 


*If inventory amounts changes after balance is paid in full Remix Living will allow the cost to be transferred to another item however there are NO refunds. 

 

*Shipping and White Glove delivery billed additionally if required. 

When are my fees due?

Do you offer designer discount fees?

To secure design services with our team we request a 60% service fee retainer to start the design process. We then collect the materials and decor budget payment after the design concept is presented and approved. Balance in design fees is collected 7 days before project completion and all project walkthroughs have been completed. Project timelines and completion dates are project specific and are specified in each individual project calendar upon the client on boarding process.

Any A-la-cart services payment due in full upon at time of booking.

Design Showroom appointments require a $200 booking fee at the time of scheduling. After your in studio appointment the payment is credited to a purchase made with our team. If you decide not to move forward with any purchases at the time the $200 is non refundable or transferable. 

All orders placed in the design showroom require payment in full before our design team will place orders for product on our clients behalf. You are able to take advantage of our payment plan option, which we collect 50% of the product cost and the balance no longer than 30 days after. 


*If inventory amounts changes after balance is paid in full Remix Living will allow the cost to be transferred to another item however there are NO refunds. 

 

*Shipping and White Glove delivery billed additionally if required. 

Do you offer designer discount fees?

How long will the project take?

To secure design services with our team we request a 60% service fee retainer to start the design process. We then collect the materials and decor budget payment after the design concept is presented and approved. Balance in design fees is collected 7 days before project completion and all project walkthroughs have been completed. Project timelines and completion dates are project specific and are specified in each individual project calendar upon the client on boarding process.

Any A-la-cart services payment due in full upon at time of booking.

Design Showroom appointments require a $200 booking fee at the time of scheduling. After your in studio appointment the payment is credited to a purchase made with our team. If you decide not to move forward with any purchases at the time the $200 is non refundable or transferable. 

All orders placed in the design showroom require payment in full before our design team will place orders for product on our clients behalf. You are able to take advantage of our payment plan option, which we collect 50% of the product cost and the balance no longer than 30 days after. 


*If inventory amounts changes after balance is paid in full Remix Living will allow the cost to be transferred to another item however there are NO refunds. 

 

*Shipping and White Glove delivery billed additionally if required. 

How long will the project take?

What is the difference in a 2D Mood Board 3D rendering and Floor plan?

2D - MOOD Board that shows how materials will look paired with one another. This shows the client the materials that will be used in the project. Review example below:

3D - 3-dimension rendered plan shows all design aesthetics used in the room in portion to scale and placement. This gives the client a visual of how the space will look at project completion. Review example below:

Floor Plan - Scale diagram of the arrangement of rooms in one story of a building or placement of furniture in a room. This shows the client an architectural drawing with specific measurements of the space. Measurement detail depends on the complexity of the project. Review example below:

What is the difference in a 2D Mood Board 3D rendering and Floor plan?