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Posted by  Barry on December 17, 2001 at 13:45:32:

Color boards refers to presentation boards that interior designers make to use during their presentation of the project to their clients. The color board mainly includes fabrics and furniture, but can also include other material samples, such as wood color, carpet color, tile color or paint color samples. The boards may also include floor plans, elevations, and built-in details.

Have any architects used them for their designs? How involved is anyone in interior designing? Has any architects & designers found them to be both helpful for themselves & their clients? Etc.

 
 
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