Interior design in Singapore is a complicated industry to understand. This industry has been around for quite some time and it is constantly ever changing. Today we shall have an overview on the industry itself and some of the pitfalls.
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You have to look at your home’s interior for years on end and if it isn’t what you wanted, it’s no fun. Therefore we’re sure most of you would agree, that spilling curry on your white wedding outfit during a live march-in seems like nothing, when compared to an interior design project gone awry.
So why do interior design projects go lopsided, and is it possible to prevent such incidents? Well, in this write-up, we look at 3 ways to avoid these major landmines.
You don’t have to be a world-class interior designer or property agent to know that every home is unique in their design. It doesn’t matter how old or how new, no two homes are exactly alike, just like how no two individuals (including identical twins) are the same.
So if this is the case, how can there be pre-planned home design packages? For packages to exist, the interior designer needs to predict exactly what ideas and decisions will be involved. Since no two homeowners think exactly alike, how can interior designers think for them?
This is why we know interior design packages just can’t work. All these packages will end up doing is creating arguments and conflict between the homeowner and interior designers.
After several rounds of house hunting, you’ve finally found your ideal home. Now it’s all about getting the interior done exactly how you want it. Naturally, you engage an interior designer, exchange ideas and after going into the renovation phase, you realise that ideas are not done how you wanted and promises are not kept. So you fire the interior designer and work directly with the contractor, only to realise that you’ve opened a whole new can of worms to deal with.
If you’ve heard the above story before, then you know that it happens to new homeowners all the time. The problem in the story doesn’t lie with the interior designer nor the homeowner, it’s just that the two parties don’t match or can’t work together.
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