1 Small (But Easy To Fix) Problem That Makes 90% of Interior Designs Late.

Maciej Słowiński
1 min readNov 2, 2022


Most interior designers face the problem of not being able to meet deadlines.

I, too, have it on my conscience.

While there are many reasons for this, I have found that overcoming this #1 problem sets all professional interior designers apart from the rest.

The prison of indecision

Working on a project means constantly making decisions.

From the general functional design to the detail of the drawer handle, hundreds, if not thousands, of small and large decisions must be made in interior design. Each decision takes energy and gradually diminishes the ability to make another.

To the point of a decision crisis that causes a creative block.

Watch out for the point where you get stuck in decision-making. You can waste a lot of time thinking about options that are either not crucial or easier to deal with later.

Taking a break is the best way to get out of an impasse.

Professionals quickly notice such a deadlock and organize their work to take a break. Taking a break from work allows you to regenerate your creative energy and gain a new perspective.

Contrary to expectations, the break speeds up the work.

Act like a professional. Notice the blockage. Take a break.

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Maciej Słowiński

15+ yr Interior Designer • SketchUp passionate • I am working to significantly reduce the lead time of an interior design • Insights about the process