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Average commercial interior design, cost per sqft

what is the average cost per sqare foot for commercial interior design fee?

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I'm not sure they do it by sq feet?

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I dont no exactly about the sq feet rates... but this site will provide free quotes, just submit a smiple form u will different price quotes from various interior decorators

It depends on what the space is used for but is usually quoted in a price per square foot typically ranging from around $15 upto and beyond $50 per sq ft.

If you are thinking in terms of hourly rates you would be looking at approx $120 per hour for a decent designer

Phil

Interior designers Cheshire

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