Explicates ideas on Interior Design
24/11/2022 0 Comments
Your Home Renovation, Step by Step.
Step 1: The Design and the Planning
The first thing to do would be to bring out a notebook and a pen or Excel sheet and make notes on everything from ideas to costing from suppliers to even advice from friends or people who have gone through this journey of renovation.
After forming a rough idea, you would want to hire either an interior designer to start the execution process. There are hundreds of Interior designer in Singapore. Take your time to look around and seek for advice with your planned requirements. The rule of thumb is don’t just look at the quote but also the materials, products and services provided.
More and more Singaporeans are embracing and venturing into open concept kitchen, as they’re the gateway into a chic lifestyle, while there are others who are joining two bedrooms to create a walk-in wardrobe cum dressing room, also giving them more space, there are people who hack a bedroom wall to have a spacious living room as well. If you have a wall that requires hacking, do it first. Get the noise, the dust and the rubble out of the way so that you can assess the newly opened up space with a fresh eye and make any adjustments to your plans, if need be, after having a fresh look at the open-ness of your home.
Step 5: The Major Structural Building in Your Home
We’re talking the big things, which might involve erecting walls or big scale built-in fixtures like bar counters and built-in robes, or kitchen islands. Depending on your contractor, the latter are often built off-site in carpentry workshops, and fitted on-site at the home.
Step 10: Finishing It Up
Besides the dirt and rubbish, the other things you need to setup includes the Wi-Fi and the placement of your home furniture. You will need to plan the right delivery date for your furniture and Wi-Fi so that you can move into your newly renovated home smoothly.
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