The Shift House
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2. Prevent costly mistakesYou, the homeowner, can use the experience of the interior designer to take wise design decisions on site. This will help you avoid making costly design mistakes, as rectifications result in extra expenses.They provide detailed working drawings for the carpentry, electrical layout, plumbing layout, tiling and so on. This will reduce mistakes on site and ensure smooth execution of the work.They supervise the site at periodic intervals to solve problems and gets the mistakes rectified at the initial stage. They keep a constant check on the workmanship to ensure good quality control.They will give you the exact measurements for different parts of the home so that you can order the correct size of furniture. This will help you get things right from the start.
The foyer leads into the living room, where hushed tones, angular forms and wooden accents craft a contemporary aesthetic. An L-shaped blush-pink sofa arrangement, complemented by a pair of tufted sage-green chairs, constitutes the seating layout. On one side, a shadow-box style television unit takes pride of place, echoed by a central coffee table in the same wood grain. Paint: Asian Paints