Alan M. Siegel has 40+ years of legal experience within the design and architectural industry and has represented the interests of interior designers, architects, product designers, and industry resources. For over twenty years, Alan served as national legal counsel to ASID, and is the author of the ASID interior design form contracts.
Interior Design Services (choose one approach) Purchasing Services Hourly Fee Fixed Project Fee • The Client agrees to pay M&M Designs an hourly fee for Interior Design Services. • The fee is $100/hour unless amended in writing/email. • M&M Designs will provide a good faith estimate of expected project hours.
There is no hourly design or client meeting billing as this is covered with the design fees. Periodical billing is added at $75 per hour for architectural/drafting services. A 10% fee is added to
Scope of Interior Design Services. This clause forms the meat of the agreement. It explains what is expected of the designer and how to go about fulfilling each of these expectations. Typically, this section is divided into three separate phases: (i) Conceptual Phase (ii) Design Development and (iii) Contract Administration.
DESIGN FEES: Designer shall be compensated on an hourly basis at the rate of $rate per hour. All hours or partial hours Designer is working on and/or for the Project will be considered design fees. Hourly charges will be invoiced to Client in 10-hour increments and are payable by Client upon receipt of invoice.
If the commissions are based on goods purchased on behalf of your client, then yes, you can charge both for hourly rates of the interior design services + commission on goods. Hope this helps.