If I have the time, money and the taste, why do I need an interior designer?

Protects investments: whether you're planning for new premises, or renovating your old ones, the investment in both the cases is considerable. Wrong decisions could leave you with expensive mistakes long after the project is completed. a skilled professional with the requisite qualifications, resources and expertise, will ensure that the job done is appropriate as per your requirement, within budget and on time. So it's very much required that such critical acts be handled by a professional.

Saves undue expenses: We shed light on new ideas, better ways of doing things and ways to save money. We point out critical issues which could have possibly not even passed your thoughts, avoiding which could have left you repenting. A neat calculation of required time and material resources is done and hence the assignments will be done well before the expected time with all the expected functionalities again saving time and your money.

Exceptionally good designs : We give you the complete benefit of our experience and expertise by providing a wide variety of choices throughout the design process, that assure you that your new space reflects your unique personality, and not a standard looking design that anyone could imitate. We create an element of unpredictability in every design. We go beyond your expectations to provide ultimate customer delight. We add subtle details that spark interest and make you and your associates want to be there. The USP of our designs are that they raise spirits and exude life.

Collaboration of different expertise: when the cooperative efforts between the client, designer and other professionals meet, it gives rise to a unique and unedifying concept; simply by sharing of ideas and consensus of minds. You understand your needs, your desires and your surroundings better than anyone else does. We best understand how to give life to those desired visions. Thus when both of us meet, it leads to a unique creation. Each project is focused and unique - a balance of aesthetics, functionality, ergonomics and economics to suit your culture and personal taste.


Is it true that a designers influence leads to an increase in the project cost?

An armature working over designing your interiors could require the usage of more resources in terms of time and money as he lacks the professional knowledge of economical usage of the available resources. With years of specialized education and training, coupled with practical experience in their fields, interior designers are capable of bringing the construction costs down considerably. Most importantly, they can guarantee you value for money. We go a step beyond and even surpass your expectations and leave you in a state of delight. We design solutions that ensure minimum wastage, assisting clients to get discounts from suppliers, and verifying contractors' bills contribute largely to achieving a reduction in wastage.


When should a designer be asked into a project?

As soon as possible – the ideal time should be during the planning stage, i.e. before the actual construction of the building commences. Consider creating the doors and windows openings as per the desired layout of the bed, the wardrobe and the chairs, rather than trying to ill-fit the bed in an existing small bedroom with fixed movement areas!! This additionally saves upon money involved in making structural changes at a later date.


When should a designer be asked into a project?

As soon as possible – the ideal time should be during the planning stage, i.e. before the actual construction of the building commences. Consider creating the doors and windows openings as per the desired layout of the bed, the wardrobe and the chairs, rather than trying to ill-fit the bed in an existing small bedroom with fixed movement areas!! This additionally saves upon money involved in making structural changes at a later date.


How early can we start work-at-site from the day of commissioning the designer?

It is in the interest of the client, to let the designer freeze most of the paper work, identifying the materials to be used, as much as the respective contractors, before starting the actual site work. It is better than trying to hurry up initially and then increasing upon the costs due to the subsequent delays in work and the ever-changing layouts.


How long will it take for the project to complete?

Material procurement is something that we leave to our clients. However, if desired, we can assist the client in procuring quality material at the best possible price. Either way, we operate strictly on a fee-to-service basis and pass on all professional discounts and commissions to our clients, therefore protecting the clients' interests at all times.


How can the designer help me in procurement of the materials?

Material procurement is something that we leave to our clients. However, if desired, we can assist the client in procuring quality material at the best possible price. Either way, we operate strictly on a fee-to-service basis and pass on all professional discounts and commissions to our clients, therefore protecting the clients' interests at all times.


Can cost be determined before the beginning of a project?

Certainly there are two ways of achieving this. We've developed our own hands-on system to take the estimate of the interior design budgeting. Using a systematic approach, all the items of work are clearly specified, quantified and budgeted. Prior to the starting of the project, we provide the client a final cost estimate. In a scenario, where there is a limited budget, we can always work backwards and create the best possible design solution within the given cost. We are always sensitive to our clients' budgets.


How does the designer go about the initial consultations?

At a retention fee, which is adjusted in the actual fee amount, we take up the site measurement, come up with options for the basic plan and hold initial meetings with the client so as to enable ourselves to know each other better. This also helps us to arrive at the final estimated cost, which is based on the client's brief and requirement. Our fee is generally an amount decided by us in lump sum rather than as percentage, so as to avoid any kind of influence on the total project cost.