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Low quality work at premium price. Start facing issues in kitchen with in 6 Months time. Low quality material and No responsibility of removing snags after hand over
Kshitiz hv no experience of interior designe.think all time his benefit.customer is no important for him.he is perfect to trap customer.our complete wooden floor got damaged due to his carelessness.and he also did not take responsibility of this.never show his previous wooden work.pls never choose kshitiz verma.
Simply the best ..on time work and amazing quality is what i got .will definitely look up to u for my upcoming projects
thank you so much guys for making my office awesome. interior is so quite every day when i reached my office and when i entered i feel smile on my face because of you ...thank you Arsh sir .......you are amazing
Please don?t ever get work done from Shalu and her team. They are pathetic and make false promises. Threat you to stop the work midway and overcharge. Show you fake sites that they haven?t done the work at. To top it all her partner or whoever it is some Aslam is abusive and threatens you like no ones business. We got Porta cabin made by them in August, the doors are broken, locks broken, windows have come off. This is when they charged us way more than initially decided. She will stop picking your calls after payment. And Aslam will Abuse you and send his people to your site to collect unreasonable payment. I hope no one suffers like us.
worst service ever !! no professionalism and Discipline
There speciallity is project done within budget. If looking for budget home makeovers it is the best place to work with. The amount of input provided by architect into work is immense.
Good job done. Overall good experience job done under expected time and Concept and the designs were amazing
Fake person takes money and leaves work and does not reply to calls fake office address there is no such office.
Here are some things you need to understand before you begin interior workA) Be extremely clear about your likes and your dislikes
Be explicit and explain what works and what doesn’t for you. If the interior designer suggests something that you don’t like, let them know that the particular idea or suggestion isn’t in alignment with your taste. Be out rightly honest if you don’t like their suggestion. Talk more about your ideal plan of renovation or designing. Illustrate things that represent your taste and your choices. Collect samples if it helps you better articulate.B) Give them a brief about your everyday routine
This gives the designer an idea about your life. Answers to simple questions about your everyday routine will help them layout your furniture and accessories. Be as expressive as you are comfortable with and this will help the designer better alter the results.C) Bring the designer in as early as possible in the building process
If you are building from scratch, it will be a smart move to involve the designer during the planning stages with the architect. This will eliminate the scope for discrepancies between the two experts after the construction part is over.D) Be clear about your budget and timeline
These are two things that could easily get messy if saved them for last minute discussions. Begin with a discussion about these two aspects and see if the interior designer can work around what is convenient and affordable for you.
It’s important to choose a designer who has experience in designing spaces similar to yours. Ask them if they have handled projects similar in style and scope and if they do, it’s an indication that they can take on your project. Ask them for ideas and suggestions for the space that requires designing. See if their taste matches with yours. Also, look through their portfolio to get to know their style.
Sometimes designers with unparalleled experience in the field are capable of taking over a commercial or a residential project. For instance, Universal Pride Interiors in Delhi have a high Sulekha score and have worked with DLF Limited on The Magnolias, a super luxurious residential project in Haryana. In addition to this, they have successfully completed big commercial projects like L&T’s site office in Jharkand and Airtel’s head office in Gurgaon. This versatility stands testimony to their expertise in the field.B) Can you provide a list of references?
Since you could be their potential client, talk to their previous employers. Ask them about how the designer functions to keep up with nearing deadlines and under pressure, their efficiency and their ability to seal a fair deal.C) What will be the estimated timeline and the budget?
Make sure you ask them this question before you start out. Most decorators in Delhi would be able to give you a detailed estimate of these two important aspects. Discuss the potential extras and talk about what happens if they fall behind the schedule.
Interior Design is increasingly being viewed as a reflection of your personality and social status. But it is not incomprehensible, is it? If we are financially stable and quite affluent, it should not be far-fetched to build a home with pristine interior design.
Without complicating matters, though, let us first understand, what interior design is all about. Interior design is largely about arranging the furniture sets and home appliances at your home in a way that they can be easily used and ensure they solve the fundamental purpose of the room, too. If you understand this notion clearly, designing your home interior should not really be an onerous task.
As a rule of thumb, you must define the focal point of every room and make everything else in that room, complement it. You might ask, “What is a focal point?” The answer to your question is, focal point is the first thing we look at when we step into a room.
For instance, the focal point of your living room might be an entertainment table, while in the bedroom, your mattress is the probable focal point. So, you should ensure that the living room or bedroom space is optimised and managed properly, to avoid any intrusion in using the focal point whenever you want to. If the focal point is easy to navigate to and can be used easily, the fundamental purpose of the room will also be solved.
In terms of significance, managing the available space and ensuring the space available to you is clutter-free is secondary to focal point. This is the reason why you must consider a room’s size and the purpose of a room too, before you start to design it or hire an interior designer for designing your home’s interior.
The size of a room will often dictate the commodities it can occupy. But arranging the things in a room should be done keeping in mind the room’s purpose. Let us take your living room as an example. If you plan to place a common TV there, on an entertainment table, then it should be ensured that anyone can sit on the sofa and watch the TV programs of their choice; they should face no hindrances like having to move the coffee table elsewhere while wanting to watch TV or change the direction of sofa in order to watch TV, to name a few examples.
If you have the luxury of space to keep many things in one room, like entertainment table, sofa set, coffee table, and a couple of plant saplings too, then take care of placing them appropriately. One piece of furniture should not interfere with another or disrupt the activity you want to do at a given time. If you want to have the morning coffee at the coffee table, then you should be able to navigate seamlessly to it. Likewise, when you want to read the newspaper and make use of the sofa set, you should be able to move freely from the coffee table to the lounge area.
If your home interior facilitates all the facets mentioned above, then the interior design can said to be ‘perfect’. The reason is, you will have defined the focal point clearly, ensured that none of the commodities are interfering with the focal point—other than complementing it—and the fundamental purpose of every room has been solved too.