Yes, they look gorgeous and instantly spruce up your decor. And once you get one, you can’t help but want another, and another... But if you’re finding yourself constantly visiting nurseries to get a new ‘replacement’ (the last one just withered, a shame) - maybe it’s you, not it?#qanvast #makeithome #dayreplants#interiordesign #dayrehomes #dayrereno #dayrehome #renovation #reno #sg #homedesign
Having trouble deciding between hiring a contractor and an interior designer? Save yourself the headache, and work with a contractor-ID instead. Call them the 'middle ground' between the two: Like contractors, these firms often focus on executing ideas and delivering quality workmanship; but if needed, contractor-IDs are also capable of offering project management and design services (e.g. 3D drawings and spatial planning) like design-centric IDs.
Given that built-ins – or fitted furniture – are going to be fixed in place (for a long time), it’s understandable why some homeowners are hesitant about adding more carpentry to their living spaces. However, it's hard to deny their advantages.
It's pretty much common sense at this point; every HDB comes with a kitchen, a bathroom (or two), bedrooms and a service yard. Simple. The only difference, however, is how these spaces are planned out. Be it a resale or a BTO, every HDB layout is different… and sometimes what you have may not exactly be what you need – or like.
The service yard is rarely a top priority for homeowners when it’s time for an interior makeover. While you probably won’t be showing off your home’s service yard anytime soon, you can certainly make it a more useful space. Here's how to transform your service yard into a useful, clutter-free space like these homes.#qanvast #interiordesign #dayrehomes #dayrereno #dayrehome #renovation #reno #sg #homedesign #sghdb
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