Kid's Bedroom

Suleiman Merchant

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The kids’ bedroom is designed keeping in mind the polarity between its occupants – a teenage girl and an eight-year-old boy. “The backdrop of the study table and library unit is achieved with a multicoloured, tile-effect wallpaper. We added a bold blue study chair to offset the busy wall. To the right, a closet with a chalkboard surface serves as a creative canvas for the kids,” says Priyanka.

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3. Reveal your personalityEmbarking on a home project can be daunting, so clients want someone who will make the whole process easier. Use your website or Houzz profile to connect emotionally, letting them know how your business will work to realise their aspirations and make the process enjoyable.This quote from Avocado Sweets Design Studio’s profile sums up the way the business keeps its clients’ emotional needs in mind: “The home we have now is everything we dreamed of. Everyday we wake up and feel happy to be living here,” our happy clients Charlie and Florene. This glowing testimonial is then followed by a friendly introduction: “Hello. We’re award-winning London designers and communicators on a mission to transform life with effortlessly enjoyable spaces and stories.”Owl Design’s profile highlights both its work style and its client relationships, saying, “Humour is an important factor in our interiors, along with a bit of the unexpected. We deliver creative, yet accessible designs, by working collaboratively with each client so that every inch of a space is permeated with their personality.”Do you have happy clients? Ask them for a review.