Was I supposed to do that?
Photo by Nolan Isacc
Nothing will bring your project to a screeching halt like the dreaded question, "Was I supposed to do that?" We hate to say it, and we hate to hear it. Yet, we've all been there.
The tile setter didn't know that you picked the grout color, but he was supposed to order it. That'll delay your project by a week.
Your husband was supposed to look at the showerhead you chose for the master bathroom and give you the thumbs up. He didn't "get the memo," you moved on to the next thing on your list, and now it's out-of-stock.
The electrician shows up to install the new sconces. You didn't know he was coming, so you haven't picked up the light fixtures. He can't come back for two weeks.
Interior design projects are complicated. It's impossible to manage a remodel through texts, emails, and conversations.
You and your team need a step-by-step plan, a centralized task list, and an easy way to share information.
She didn't know it, but Jackie Lopey's days as an advertising executive were numbered when she bought and renovated a 1950's bungalow. She soon went back to school and started her own design studio. Jackie is an award-winning, certified interior designer and the founder of Wide Canvas.
Connect with Jackie by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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