Shout Out: Stir’s Bathroom Interior Designer Naka Designs

Shout Out: Stir's Bathroom Interior Designer Naka Designs
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Naka Designs Momoko Morton Interior Designer Recommendation It’s time for Second Saturday Shout Out and the first deserving kudos goes to Stir Cooking School’s Bathroom Interior Designer, Momoko Morton a.k.a. Momo, with Naka Designs, LLC.

Check out my Shout Out details below, then I want to hear your Second Saturday Shout Outs.

Remodels, Renovations, and Interior Designers

We all know how hard, yet important it can be to keep your sanity during a renovation or remodel. To avoid pouring another margarita or downing the next bottle of wine, it’s best to find an interior designer that will drink with you rather than drive you to drink. Well, maybe a drinkin’ buddy is not necessarily what you need; but, you do need someone who can help you keep your sense of humor along the way – to keep you from pulling your hair out through the changes, budget stretches, and construction dust.

Ok, so I’ll admit a sense of humor may not be your most important characteristic of an interior designer. A few other important interior designer descriptions would be:

  • honest – someone that will truthfully tell you what to expect – with budget and project specifics;
  • good communicator – you need them to effectively communicate with you (the client) and the contractor;
  • planner – accurate and detailed planning is key to a successful remodel or renovation; and,
  • visionary – to implement a design that will carry your personality, brand, and story throughout your home or building, both inside and outside.

Naka Designs Momoko Morton Interior Designer Recommendation and Shout OutInterior Designer and Naka Designs Shout Out

I’ve had the pleasure of hanging out with Momo, seeing her work, and hearing testimonials from her satisfied clients. Her sense of humor and love of life are, by far, what attracts many people to her. But, it is her honesty, attention to detail, and consideration of the design message that keeps her clients happy with her work. Momo is good at what she does and a such a pleasure to work that after Katy, the owner of Stir, hired Momo to complete the design story of Stir, they became best friends.

Did you miss Momo’s interior design work in Potty Mouth Tours’ first bathroom tour? It is not to late to check it out: Modern Bathroom Design Virtual Tour at Stir Cooking School

Now, I’m not promising you a new best friend when you hire Momo as your interior designer or even that you will have a new “drinkin’ buddy”. What I am guaranteeing is that you will have a quality interior designer with an innovative approach who communicates effectively and will help you keep your sense of humor.

What do you look for in an interior designer? Who do you want to give kudos to today? Shout it Out in the comments section.

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Upcoming: Monday will feature the bathroom fixtures from Stir.

Friday, check back to find out Momo’s behind the scenes bathroom designs and How to Paint Silhouette Wall Art.

Neneh Biffinger is the Creator and Tour Guide of Potty Mouth Tours. Her mission is to discover unique, outrageous, and uh-oh bathrooms while giving them a voice to tell their stories. Potty Mouth Tours is a fun, interactive, and informative site about all things bathroom. Find out more at Potty Mouth Tours 411.

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