I’m not going to lie. I can’t concentrate on anything today, it’s ALL about the Interior Design Collective’s official website launch. Everything else, like actual work (and self-care) has to take a back seat.
Official Launch – 29.08.17 – That’s TODAY!
You may remember I introduced the Interior Design Collective on the blog a few weeks ago, if you’d like to read more about why and what it is, click here for a catch up. But in a nutshell, this:
“The IDC celebrates and connects like minded designers so we, as a collective can offer great design services across the UK. Accessible, client-led interior design has never been in greater demand, but finding the right person for you and your home is not an easy task…. breaking down the myths about interior design, even more so. We are trying to change that.”
As well as showcasing the work of our amazing designers, the Interior Design Collective offers a private online platform which provides a positive and effective form of communication for our freelance community. Because sometimes, being self-employed can be a tough ride.
“Becoming part of a like minded group of professionals- all of whom share a similar outlook i.e. With an ethos that good design should be accessible to everyone and that creating spaces that have personality and flair is high up on the agenda, has been fantastic. We are a supportive group and together we are stronger. I look forward to where we are going!” – Kate Lovejoy Design
We’ve had several enquiries from designers since setting up the Instagram account. There’s been a real buzz with people asking how they can be part of the Interior Design Collective. So here’s exactly what we’re looking for:
If you think you fit the bill and would like more information on how to get involved, please do drop us a message at email@example.com.
I will end today’s post with an Instagram pic by IDC member Jessica Preston from colour + shape. One posted this morning to celebrate the website launch. I think this image sums up the Interior Design Collective vibe perfectly.
I would absolutely love to hear what you all think about the website after several months of hard work. After all, it’s not about what we think, it’s all about you. Please let us know