INTERIOR DECORATING AGREEMENT
This Interior Decorating Agreement may be considered to contract with your Clients if you run an interior decorating business. It strives to set out the rights and obligations, set the boundaries on the services that you will be performing, and guard against unforeseen problems.
Why do I need an Interior Decorating Agreement? An Interior Decorating Agreement strives to set out the terms of your relationship with your Client, including the terms of payment.
What type of business should use an Interior Decorating Agreement?
If your business provides an interior decorating service to clients, eg. Advice on fabric and furnishings, provision of furniture and other furnishings etcetera, then you may consider using this agreement to contract with your Clients.
What does the Interior Decorating Agreement say?
The Agreement consists of:
- Goods and services
- Payment terms
- Returns and Exchanges
What does the Interior Decorating Agreement look like?
The agreement can be printed onto one A4 page, and may be attached to the interior decorator’s proposal / quotation.
What do you need to do to use the Interior Decorating Agreement?
- Read the document to ensure that it suits your requirements. Make changes as required.
- Incorporate the document into your current proposal / quotation process.
Also known as:
- Interior Decorating Terms and Conditions
- Interior Decorating Contract
- Interior Design Contract
- Interior Design Agreement
- Décor Agreement
- Décor Contract
- Décor Terms and Conditions
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