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General Design Agreement

This 13-page General Design Agreement is a legally binding contract written by a lawyer and valid in the state of CT. It is a comprehensive document that establishes the terms and conditions for the provision of design services.

  • It covers various aspects such as scope of work, fees, payment schedule, cancellations and refunds, privacy, copyrights, and limitations of liability.
  • The agreement outlines the rates and payment terms for the design services, including any additional fees such as travel expenses and procurement fees.
  • It specifies the client's responsibility to reimburse the designer for out-of-pocket expenses incurred during the project.
  • The agreement includes provisions for cancellations, returns, refunds, and exchanges, stating that fees and payments are non-refundable except under specific circumstances.
  • It addresses the privacy of client information and the confidentiality of vendor relationships, prohibiting the client from contacting vendors directly or disclosing confidential information.
  • The document clarifies that the designer retains the intellectual property rights to the designs and prohibits the client from reproducing or publishing the designs without permission.
  • It sets limitations on the liability of the designer, stating that the maximum liability is limited to the net profit of the design services.
  • The agreement includes provisions for termination, early termination, and project closure, specifying the rights and responsibilities of both parties.
  • It highlights the independent contractor relationship between the designer and the client, emphasizing that the designer is not an employee and is responsible for their own taxes and business obligations.
  • The document includes provisions for the assumption of risk, indemnification, force majeure events, and choice of law and jurisdiction.
  • It provides for the possibility of mediation and arbitration in case of disputes and specifies that any arbitration shall be conducted by an experienced arbitrator in the construction and interior design industry.
  • The agreement addresses various miscellaneous matters such as assignment, survival of certain provisions after termination, and the agreement being the entire agreement between the parties.
  • It concludes with the acceptance of the terms and conditions by both parties.

Overall, the General Design Agreement establishes the rights, responsibilities, and expectations of both the designer and the client in their professional relationship.

Upon purchase, it is highly encouraged to have a local attorney review this contract to ensure it abides by local laws within your state/region. Portions of this Contract are specific to the state of CT and will need adjusting.

Note: I use a General Agreement for all projects, regardless of format, duration, or designer involvement. This is not specific to any single service/package and is required by every client of mine.  In addition to the General Agreement, each service/package has its own Terms and Conditions which are specific to their level of service. Therefore, every Client receives two contracts from me: (1) the General Agreement plus, (2) the applicable package Terms and Conditions

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Full Service I: Design Fee Proposal

Experience the ultimate level of comprehensive interior design services with our Full Service I: Design Fee Proposal. This product is specifically designed for Full Service clients, providing a seamless and structured approach to working with your design firm, to be delivered as part of the onboarding process.

The Full Service package is strategically divided into three distinct phases:

  • Design Fee: Concept development, space planning, material selection, presentation, and revision.
  • Product Fee: Procurement of furnishings, materials, and accessories for your project as well as project management.
  • Install Fee: Professional installation, overseeing the process to bring your design to life, and project closure.

This 18-page editable document includes:

  • A detailed breakdown of the design process and the specific objectives of each phase.
  • Comprehensive package details, outlining the services and inclusions you can expect.
  • A transparent price sheet ensures clarity on the associated costs for materials and services.
  • A project timeline, allows you to plan and coordinate your project effectively.
  • A proposed work and scope section, outlining the specific tasks and deliverables of the design journey.
  • A structured payment schedule provides clear milestones for managing payments.
  • Package terms and conditions, ensuring mutual understanding and clarity on contractual aspects.

Investing in our Full Service Interior Design Package (Phase I) unlocks a world of possibilities to bring your design vision to life. With our expertise and comprehensive resources, your space will be transformed into a reflection of your unique style and personality.

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Full Service lI: Product Fee Proposal

This product, Full Service lI: Product Fee Proposal, is 10+ customizable Canva pages specifically tailored for Full Service clients and focuses on Phase II: Product Procurement of our seamless design process. Phase II is dedicated to the Product Fee, which is one of the three essential phases of our Full Service package

The Full Service package is strategically divided into three distinct phases:

  • Design Fee: Concept development, space planning, material selection, presentation, and revision.
  • Product Fee: Procurement of furnishings, materials, and accessories for your project as well as project management.
  • Install Fee: Professional installation, overseeing the process to bring your design to life, and project closure.

This includes crucial information related to the Product Fee phase providing:

  • A reminder of package information
  • Invoice for furnishings and accessories
  • Payment schedule
  • Terms and conditions as it pertains to product procurement

In summary, this document serves as a contract between the interior designer and the client, specifying the scope of services, fees, payment schedule, and other important details related to the procurement and installation of products. It ensures that both parties understand their rights and obligations throughout the project.

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Against Design Advice Agreement

This customizable, Against Design Advice Agreement, is a Canva template that is a legally binding letter to protect Designers from Clients who make poor decisions that could negatively impact the final design outcome. A CT-based attorney writes the letter and relieves designers of any liability or recourse from the client's decision. As there is no guarantee of a client's compliance or signature, this is formatted to be sent as a letter or in an email, wherein a response is not needed.

Upon purchase, it is highly encouraged to have a local attorney review this contract to ensure it abides by local laws within your state/region.

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1099 "Employee" Contract

This customizable 4-page Independent Contractor Contract / 1099 "Employee" Contract is a great option to use when you need to subcontract out help but aren't ready to fully hire someone yet. This contract is legally binding and written by a lawyer based in CT. It sets expectations and provides protection for anyone you hire or subscontract to join your team, including virtual assistants, design assistants, junior designers, and higher-level team members while protecting your reputation and company. Topics covered by this contract include:

  • Services and Compensation
  • Non-compete
  • Termination of "employment"
  • Independent Contractor Clause
  • Liability
  • Insurance Coverage
  • Intellectual Property and Copyrights
  • Legality

This 1099 "Employee" Contract is delivered in a .doc file that requires Google Drive or Microsoft Office to use.

Upon purchase, it is highly encouraged to have a local attorney review this contract to ensure it abides by local laws within your state/region. Portions of this Contract are specific to the state of CT and will need adjusting.

NOTE: THIS IS NOT THE FORM YOUR 1099'S FILL OUT FOR TAX PURPOSES.

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All aspects of these documents are customizable unless otherwise noted. All forms use a free program in either Canva, Google Docs, or Google Sheets. A free account is needed to customize. This is a digital product. ALL SALES ARE FINAL and includes a SINGLE-USE, STANDARD license only, which allows for a limited commercial use. This product may not be resold, transferred, or shared with any professional entity outside of your employees. Copyright restrictions apply and legal action may be taken.

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