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10. In this mocha and cream room, the woody elements are tied together with the rich chocolate of the bed, wardrobe and side table.Tip: A wardrobe is a large piece, so help it belong in the bedroom, rather than simply take up space. Team it with furniture from the same or similar range. This will help create a coordinated, harmonious look in the room.
2. Freeze the carpentry rates and material specificationsOnce the fitted wardrobe design is finalised: Specify the different materials: quality, brands, colour of laminates, type of veneer and so on. Also, specify the design and quality of the hardware, which includes nails, screws, hinges, handles and any other materials to be used.Now finalise the rates of the carpentry work. The carpenter can work in two ways: on labour contract, where all the materials are purchased by the homeowner, or one could give the whole contract to the carpenter, which includes purchase of materials as well as supply of labour to execute the carpentry work. Make sure to agree on the mode of payment with the carpenter. One can go for a weekly payment or stage-wise payment, depending on the progress of work.Note: It is important to confirm acceptance of the quote and material specifications in writing, to avoid any kind of discrepancy when the work is in progress or during closure of the project.
YellowIn this space, the colour yellow has the right amount of saturation to create a soft and soothing-looking interior. The subtle wall colour, textured here, makes a good background shade that goes well with the dark-brown furniture.See how these spaces light up with a dash of yellow