The Art of Choosing the Perfect Interior Designer

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iMatchDesigners, Lloyd Princeton gives his expert advice on how to select the best interior designer. Considered the "matchmakers" of the design world, iMatchDesigners specializes in matching homeowners and business owners with the most talented and eligible architects, interior designers, and landscape architects.

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iMatchDesigners Owner Lloyd Princeton

Don’t have the eye of a designer and the taste of a decorator? Or perhaps just looking for a little extra guidance? No matter what level of skill one processes in design, according to Lloyd Princeton of iMatchDesigners, anyone can have the home and business they have always dreamed of from the inside out in one easy process.

Lloyd Princeton, owner of iMatchDesigners, has spent over a decade in the design business and is now providing his unique and exclusive services to all. iMatchDesigners, through an intricate and complex system, matches clients with the most talented and project appropriate interior designers and architects.
Each candidate is carefully selected based on a shared vision, style and budget.

Here, Princeton shares his personal advice on how to efficiently achieve the best results for your design project in the timeline and budget desired. For further guidance with any projects, contact iMatchDesigners.

  • Look and Style: Select someone whose design style fits the look the client is going for. If the client doesn’t know what they’re style is yet, encourage them to flip through the designers past work and portfolios and see what jumps out to them!
  • Personality: Find someone the client feels they can be open and honest about their likes and dislikes. Most importantly find someone who understands the role the client wishes to play. If they want to be really involved, the designer can consult them on all details. If they want to hand over the reins, the designers will take full charge and create the clients project with minimal consulting.
  • Scope of Project: Make sure the designer outlines the complete scope of the project. This helps avoid unforeseen costs and other surprises. If budget is an issue, be willing to compromise. Know when to splurge on the main pieces, the sofa and chandelier, and when to choose less expensive pieces for accessories like end tables and lamps. Also breaking up the project into phases helps keep the budget on track.

For a client eager to begin their next design, decorating or architectural project, considering the above points of advice can help create the most favorable outcome for both the client and the designer. iMatchDesigners prides themselves on their ability to help match their clients with the best possible design talent.

About iMatchDesigners: Led by Lloyd Princeton, a business consultant devoted to the interior design and architecture industry. For more than 10 years, he has been dedicated to the needs of design professionals and their suppliers, providing solutions to industry-wide problems and inspiration to thousands of professionals. He is a frequent speaker in North America and has lectured internationally for major corporations, governments, developers, manufacturers, and trade associations. His first book on Marketing Interior Design was published in 2010, by Allworth Press in New York. For more information about iMatchDesigners and Lloyd Princeton, visit


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