Engaging an interior designer covers many aspects. We will provide free consultation services to understand your needs and provide you with a quotation. We provide furniture advisory services and also have our own team of in-house carpentry team for your customised carpentry works! This helps us to minimise any potential delays to handover your house back to you on time.
When Should I Look for an Interior Designer?
You should look for an interior designer when you want to revamp your house but are lazy to do so on your own or if you are a new home owner looking for a unique design for your home.
For new home owners, we recommend that you start to engage your interior designer as early as 4 months before getting your keys to your new home. This is so that your interior designers will have enough time to discuss the designs with you and help you source for materials.
How Long does the Whole Process Take?
The design process usually takes about 2-4 weeks while the renovation process will take about 8-10 weeks for BTO flats and 12-14 weeks for resales flat as more work has to be done. However, do bear in mind that there could be slight delay due to unforeseen circumstances.
What are Some Things to Note before Hiring an Interior Designer?
It does not take much to find an interior designer that matches your style and needs. Here are some things to take note when you are hiring an interior designer.
1. Check that the company you are looking at is accredited. There are several different accreditations such as HDB Registered Renovation Contractor (RRC) and CASETRUST-RCMA Joint Accreditation for Renovation Business.
2. Find out how much experience the interior designer has and check out his past projects to see if it suits your style. If possible, also do check for any past client’s review. Client’s reviews are a good testament to an interior designer’s service and skills.
3. Find out what does the interior designer specialise in and their style of work. You will not want someone who cannot understand your style taking charge of your house.
4. Check if the company covers any form of warranty for poor workmanship or unsatisfactory work.