Math is an essential component of the interior design profession. Estimating and Costing for Interior Designers teaches readers a logical process for calculating materials and estimating the costs of installed products based on their math calculations. Utilizing step-by-step examples and worksheets, this text simplifies the math used in the interior design field. Sample problems and exercises take the calculations of quantities needed one step further to actually applying material and labor costs, in order to discover the installed costs of the specified products. Clear sections cover wall and ceiling treatments, window treatments, soft fabrications, upholstery, flooring, and cabinetry and countertops. They include photographs of the product before, during and after installation.The client wants the sheer to stack off of the window. (Figure 10.16). The draperies will be mounted so that the top of the sheer will be 5 inches above the window trim. Window ... How many widths will the workroom charge? What is the finishedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Estimating and Costing for Interior Designers|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 2014-02-20|