- Property Management
- Official Valuation
- Interior Design
- Condominium management
Most of the old apartments in town are not functional. Their systems are old. The apartments do not fit modern standards. As a result, renovated and furnished apartment will be much easier to rent out. It will ensure a higher price when renting it. In the future most of the apartments in the city will be modern and renovated. One should invest now then enjoy the fruits of the investment in the future.
Renovate and furnish for maximised rental returns.
Our company is using a team of architects. They make renovation and furnishing according to the highest professional standards.
Interior Design vs. Interior Decorating
So you’ve decided to make a few changes at home. You realize that you’re going to need a bit of help. You begin looking for possible services. You find that some professionals describe their work as interior design while others are interior decorators. Suddenly you’re faced with new questions. “What’s the difference?” And more importantly, “Which one do I need?”
Interior design and interior decorating are often mistaken as the same thing. But the terms are not completely same. There are many similarities between the two jobs. In fact, that opinions vary on exactly where to draw the line. There are also more than a few differences between the professions. Some small, some big. As you decide which kind of help you need when you are planning changes in your home. It help to understand the differences between designers and decorators. Their schooling, the works, their services, and their customers.
Who you should hire depends on your needs. If structural changes are needed (such as removing a wall, moving plumbing or wiring around, or adding new windows or doors), then generally an interior designer is the better choice. Designers can help plan for significant structural changes and help make them happen by working directly with architects and builders. On the other hand, if there are no structural changes needed but you need aesthetic help—deciding on a style; choosing wallpaper, paint, and furnishings; picking window treatments, and choosing lighting and accessories—an interior decorator will probably do the trick. Experienced decorators know what works together and can transform a room to suit a client’s needs and desires.
In the end, however, choosing the right professional depends largely on the skills of the particular professional, not the job title. A great many designers with formal schooling spend most of their time doing work that can be best described as decorating since it involves no renovation or structural work. And there are just as many professional decorators who, through long experience, are perfectly capable of working with contractors and builders in the same way as a designer.
When hiring a professional, begin with clearly understanding your own needs and look for a pro who has a proven reputation for meeting those needs, no matter what the formal job title. It’s generally true that designers are for space planning and structural execution, while decorators are for the final aesthetic decisions. But don’t be afraid to cross lines to hire a decorator with a reputation as a good designer, or a designer with a flair for decorating, provided their skills are proven.