Frequently Asked Questions




1. Why hire an Interior Designer ?

    • It helps owners/renters to avoid making unwise decisions and chaos when it comes to purchasing materials, furniture, lights, etc.
    • You can be confident and proud to show off your property or home! Particularly if yours is a shop or restaurant where first impressions matter.
    • A professional interior designer sees and conceptualizes the BIG picture, whereas owners/renters more often than not, merely focus on individual issues / materials / colors, etc. A professional interior designer can help to advise on an appropriate scheme to suit your lifestyle and budget.
    • Property owners doing their own interior design will usually end up with a “miss-match” or somewhat “chaotic” interior; especially by neglecting consideration of color, lighting, furniture and soft furnishings and other crucial details that “completes” the whole interior.
    • A professional interior designer will help to ensure and co-ordinate all the above for you!
    • Owners may feel the pinch when incurring cost on the professional fee. However, just imagine for a moment how much more you will have lost (in terms of money and time) when you make the wrong commitments due to inexperience of choosing fixtures and inaccurate measurements.
    • For a fraction of the cost of your property, is it not wise to leverage the knowledge and experience of those who know best and to free yourself to do the things that you do best?
    • Design Matters! A good design truly improves the way you live as seen from the many examples around us (e.g., electricity, computers, escalators, airplanes, etc.
2. When should I use a design professional ?

  • When you are contemplating buying or building a new house…
  • When you plan a major addition to your home…
  • When you consider restoring an old manor…
  • When you want to renovate or remodel your living space…
  • Whenever you need to relate interior design considerations to an existing or as yet to be formulated architectural plan.
  • When your lifestyle is about to change, such as working from your home…
  • When your residence will be used for Occasional Social Functions…
  • When your Expanding Family needs to “Reorganize” space allocations…
  • Whenever you need full Project Coordination.
  • When you like a Variety of Styles but are not sure how to Group them together…
  • When your Current Furniture Arrangement requires an Infusion of Inspiration…
  • When you feel the collectibles you Own and Love require more attention…
  • When your rooms needs new Drapes, Floor coverings, Furniture & Accessories…
  • Whenever you feel that you need professional guidance.
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