Suppose, you want to buy a charger and the salesman offers a branded one for hundred rupees and an unbranded one for fifty rupees. If you initially thought of settling for the cheaper one for minimum use, but flashes of terrifying stories about hearing loss, device explosion etc drove you to buy a branded charger, then this
article is for you.
Buying a house by spending lakhs of rupees and getting it in a livable condition requires investment in terms of storage for items as well as making it good looking needs additional budget. Are we really careful about our additional budget? Which leads us to the question – Is interior designing luxury or necessary?
It is an investment. An investment in quality products that enhances the aesthetics of house by adding a premium value. It is imperative to be meticulous when considering quality.
Times have changed from those, wherein we sit with a carpenter to monitor him work the whole day keep guessing about the final outcome of the product and accept whatever is finished. Without compromising on budget & Quality, is there a way out?
This is where an interior designer steps in to help. In the current rapidly transforming technological era, interior designer listens to the customer and understands the requirements before providing a 3D design of final output on how the house would appear after the completion. This offers the customers a clear picture to visualize their expectations.
Right from preparing an attractive design, that can suit both the minimalist and the extravagant, the designs take into consideration those materials and products, which have a long lasting impact and support to the design. Investing in right quality products ensures the longevity of design and its adaptability to various atmospheric
factors. The role of designer does not end with just the designs, but also educating the customer on the right products to select from the plethora of options available. This includes the risk and budget appetite of the customer and catering to the needs of the same by citing both the benefits and concerns with each of them. This ensures that the customer takes a sound and informed decision.
A branded water-proof plywood (which has guarantee) comes at a slightly higher rate as compared to an unbranded plywood (without guarantee) which is less expensive than the former, but with higher risks. The planning has to be futuristic, in terms of having a long lasting product embedded in a modern design, meeting the quality and comfort needs of the customer.
An experienced interior designer who can also execute it, can provide the right products with impeccable finish and assure after sales service guarantee.