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Interior Design Invoice Guide (with Free Template)

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Interior design invoice template

An interior design invoice is something every designer needs in order to request payment for the work they’ve done for a client. An invoice is helpful for both the client to understand exactly what they are being charged for, and for the interior designer to keep track of their payment history, especially to determine how much revenue is being generated each year.

Below you’ll find an interior design invoice guide that will help you create professional invoices for your business. We also have a free downloadable interior design invoice template that you can customize to fit your specific needs.

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Interior Design Invoice Guide

If you’re going to create your own invoices from scratch, there are some things you should keep in mind. One of the first things you must decide on is whether your interior design fees will be hourly, fixed, by square footage, or a certain percentage of the overall project.

Once that is decided, you can move on to creating your invoice. Microsoft Excel is the easiest platform to use as you can input formulas that will automatically calculate totals, taxes, etc.

Here’s what your interior design invoice should contain

  • A title (e.g., “Interior Design Invoice”)
  • Your business’s name
  • Your business’s address (including city, country, and zip/postal code)
  • Your business email
  • Your business phone number
  • Your client’s name
  • Your client’s address (including city, country, and zip/postal code)
  • Your client’s email
  • Your client’s phone number
  • The invoice number for future reference
  • The date the invoice is being sent
  • The payment due date
  • A detailed table with several columns and rows that include:
    • Descriptions of the services you are charging for
    • The time it took to complete each service (if you’re charging hourly)
    • Your rate
    • The total for each line item
    • The total for all services/labor
  • A detailed table with several columns and rows that include:
    • Descriptions of the furniture, materials and supplies you are charging for
    • The price of each item
    • The total for each line item
    • The total for all materials/furniture
  • The subtotal
  • The tax rate
  • The grand total (services + furniture, materials & supplies) the client owes you
  • A section for any additional notes and/or instructions you might need to include

Note: If you prefer two separate invoices for your services and materials, that works too.


Save time by downloading our free interior design invoice template here.

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