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11. Climbers or wall vines on the exteriors of the building add a lot of character and softness to the building, while providing shade and privacy. However, one disadvantage is that the aerial roots of some of these plants, by which they cling to the wall, might discolour the external paint or damage the mortar of old buildings. You can choose climbing vines that do not produce these roots, if that is a concern.
3. Communicate that major revisions take timeClearly explain to the client that major changes in the design involves a lot of your time, which can cause delay in the project and result in an inflation of costs.At the same time, you must be sensitive towards the requirements and vision of your client. How? Ask the client to share some images of some homes or individual spaces that match with their particular design request, from the photos section of Houzz India. This will help you to move a step further in understanding the client’s vision. Look at some interesting Houzz products