How To Attract & Work With Wealthy or Affluent Interior Design Clientele

Whether you’re a brand new interior designer, or fully seasoned designer, Ann Platz and her daughter Margo Cloer take us deep into their service level with some of the world’s most affluent clients. Learn how they built their design business on the world’s wealthiest wallets. WATCH THIS VIDEO TO LEARN HOW TO ATTRACT YOUR NEXT BIG PROJECT.

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Show Notes & Take Aways | Attract & Work With Wealthy Interior Design Clients

  1. Think about what the client needs and have the ability to service that need. 
  2. Homeowners: A well-staged home will get you more money. 
  3. If you are designing a home to sell, be cautious with outlandish furnishings. 
  4. Designers are only as strong as your team. 
  5. Look for people that have a can-do attitude. 
  6. Organization is key for growing a design business. 
  7. Find creative ways to stay in touch with previous clients. 
  8. Grow your referral business. 
  9. Use your professional tool belt to become the hub for your client. 
  10. Become the one stop shop! For every question a client asks, you should have an answer. 
  11. Google is a designer’s best friend. 
  12. Know what’s out there and be inspired by it. 
  13. Speak in terms that clients can easily understand. 
  14. Pay attention to what the clients want. 
  15. Benefit your homeowner, get rid of your ego! 
  16. Roll with the punches, there’s more than one way to design. 
  17. Bring more accessories to an installation than you’ll need. 
  18. Own your mistakes. 
  19. Allow kids to be a part of the renovation & design process. 
  20. Avoid overspending. Research neighborhood caps. 
  21. Have fun! 
  22. Respect yourself. 
  23. Balance your personal time. 
  24. There’s not one right way to do things. 
  25. Hire RockStars and treat them like such. Gift them with a RockStar pins – click here to view. Teach your kids to build early! 
    1. Property Brothers Books mentioned – click here to view and purchase the following books: 
      1. Big Brother Big Plans Book – New York Times Best Seller by Property Brothers, Drew & Jonathan Scott 
      2. It Takes Two – by Property Brothers, Drew & Jonathan Scott 
      3. Buying & Selling by Property Brothers, Drew & Jonathan Scott 

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