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9. Firm: Fadd StudioThis living room calls to all cavaliers! Augmented by patterned upholstery, ornamental rugs, wooden panelling and equestrian-themed accents, this lounge is an easy conversation starter.
5. Dos and don’tsIn case the client asks for major revisions in the design, do not revise the drawings immediately. It is advisable to give the client adequate time and space to think about your design before you start working on the changes.As the design progresses, continue to communicate to the client about the number of revisions left.You could always do some extra non-billed work as a goodwill gesture to reinforce a healthy client relationship.Read more:Pro to Pro: Where to Find Your Next Client6 Key Questions to Ask Before Hiring Your ArchitectTell us: As a professional, how have you dealt with clients who keep asking for changes in design? Share in Comments below.