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Our designs transcend aesthetics. With a holistic perspective, we shape spaces and then dive into the nuances of finishes, fabric, and hues, each reflecting your unique persona.

The process of interior design, while having some overlap with architectural design, has its own unique stages tailored to the nuances of crafting indoor spaces. Here's a breakdown of the interior design process:


Client Briefing

Initial Meeting: The interior designer meets with the client to understand their style preferences, functional needs, desired ambiance, budget, and timelines.

Preparation of the Brief: Documenting client's requirements and aspirations into a guiding brief.


Site Analysis

Site Visit: The designer evaluates the existing space, taking note of its characteristics, lighting, flow, and any existing furniture or décor.

Measurement & Inventory: Detailed measurements are taken, and an inventory of items to be retained is noted.


Concept Design

Mood Boards: Creation of visual boards with color palettes, fabrics, textures, furniture ideas, and inspirations to convey the intended look and feel.

Preliminary Layouts: Rough sketches or layouts to showcase furniture placement, circulation, and major design elements.

Client Review: Presentation of the concept to the client for feedback


​Refinement: Revising the concept based on client feedback.


Design Development

Detailed Drawings: Refined drawings of space layouts, custom furniture, cabinetry, lighting, and other elements.

Selection of Materials & Finishes: Choosing paint colors, wall coverings, flooring, countertops, fabrics, etc.

Furniture & Fixture Selection: Identifying specific pieces of furniture, lighting fixtures, and other items.

3D Visualization: Creating 3D renders of the space to provide a realistic preview.


Documentation & Specifications

Technical Drawings: Detailed drawings and documents that will guide the contractors, carpenters, and other trades.

Specifications: Detailed written documents specifying chosen materials, finishes, furniture, etc., often accompanied by samples.


Bidding & Procurement

Contractor & Vendor Selection: Sourcing and selecting contractors, artisans, and vendors.


Quotation Review: Reviewing and comparing quotes for work and products.

Purchase Orders: Placing orders for furniture, fixtures, and materials.


Project Implementation

Site Visits: Regular visits to ensure the design is being accurately translated and quality is maintained.

Coordination with Stakeholders: Collaborating with contractors, suppliers, and other involved parties.

Problem Solving: Addressing any challenges or unexpected issues that arise during implementation.


Styling & Installation

Furniture Placement: Setting up and arranging furniture as per design.

Accessorizing: Adding decorative items such as artwork, cushions, vases, etc.

Final Touches: Ensuring everything aligns with the design vision.


Project Handover and Closeout

Final Walkthrough: Reviewing the completed space with the client.


Snag List Creation: Identifying and listing minor issues or corrections, if any.

Resolution of Snags: Addressing and rectifying listed issues.


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