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On January 15, 2019 by Deepa Advani   No comments

Bedroom Interior Design cost

Generally people design in whole 2bhk or 3bhk flat but If you only want to redesign your dream bedroom? What will be the estimate of renovating your bedroom? 

Here we explain everything you need to know as well as the cost of bedroom interior design.

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The cost of interior design determined by too many varying point. And it's not possible to come at a formula that will decide the perfect interior design Estimate for your bedroom. 
though, there are a few thumb rules that we can use to get a good sufficient plan of the cost. 
First make list of the things that ideal go into renovating of the bedroom. 

We are consider going to remove everything that you have in your bedroom and install everything new from false ceiling, Electric work,  furniture everything, Colour, Light, Curtain.

NOTE: The room size we considered here between 120 sqft to 160 sqft. If your room size is larger than so you have to consider extra cost of false ceiling and paint work.
Accordingly, we mention a list of things you need to redesign your bedroom. 
§  Removing existing pop, light, furniture, curtains etc. 
§  New False Ceiling 
§  Bed (bed size is  decide on the size of your bedroom. here we are consider a queen size bed),
§  Wardrobe, Dressing Table
§  Wall Painting, Art Pieces ,Wall art, rugs, paintings, Artificial Plans and live plant if you like.
§  Lighting ( Ceiling lights, decorative lights, fan, night lamps etc) 
§  Curtains 



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Alright now we’ve to list down everything that want to renovating your bedroom. Let's break down the estimate of each component.

§  Generally there is no cost for Removing Existing Furniture, False Ceiling, light Etc. Though, for removing that entire thing you can consider a cost of approx Rs 6000 labour charges. It is advisable that sell selling your old furniture. 
§  Queen size bed - With hydraulic storage- 42000 rs.  If you want a Fabric or Leather bed back, please add 5500 rs extra for fabric and labour. 
§  Two Side Tables 6000 per total = 12000 rs
§  Wardrobe - 7' length x 6'9" height with Sliding Door. - 66150 rs. (1400 rs. / sqft) 
§  Loft = 7’ length x 3’ height = 29400 rs
§  Dressing unit - 2'-6” width with back storage and small shelf below - 32000 rs. 
§  False ceiling - Gypsum Finish – 70 RS. / SFT - 70X260 = 18200 RS. (170 sqft room area + 90 sqft  ( According design ) 
§  Curtains - 1 window - size 6'x7' = 12100 rs.  curtain with a fabric cost 600 to 800 rs / m. 
§  Wall Texture or wallpaper – (13’ X 9’6”) 124 sqft  X 95 rs for Asian paint royale - 11780 rs. 
§  Decoration Art cost - 2 art pieces - 8000 lump sum. 
§  Artificial plants - 1 plant - 2000 rs. & 1 small size plant - 500rs. Total for plants - 2500 rs.
§  Lighting - Philips ceiling lights (650rs. / pieces) total number of pieces required 4. Total cost for ceiling lights 2600 rs. 
§  Fan - Crompton Greaves 4' fan 2200 rs. 
§  Decorative wall light - 2500 rs. Philips make. 
§  Electrical labour - 7000 rs. 
§  Design and supervision consultancy charges - 25000 rs. 

Okay, the above cover almost all the cost that you will have to incur to renovate your bedroom. However, it's necessary to understand the material finishes that we've considered here. 

§  Carpentry - MR Grade plywood. 50 to 60 / sqft | Laminate Royal Touch or similar 1200 to 1500 rs. / sheet. 
§  Wall Painting - Asian paint Royale. 
§  Electrical - Phillips, Crompton greaves. 

So, let's include everything and see what will be the interior design cost of your bedroom. 
Total Interior Design Cost - 2, 73,430 Rs. 

Note: Above budget is for semi luxurious interior design. You can reduce the cost of your bedroom by using cheaper materials and finishes. 

Note: The above budget does not include the cost of electronics appliances such as TV and AC etc.

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On January 15, 2019 by Deepa Advani   No comments

How to Design Office

How does designing an effective home office differ from designing a commercial office? And what considerations do you need to keep in mind even before you get started?Working from home is exciting because it offers an opportunity for real comfort and efficiency, but if the office is too casual, or isn't effectively separated from the home environment, peak productivity may be lost.
While comfort is essential in any office, an office that is too casual may seriously impede the ability to get things done. You have to find a way to separate yourself from the rest of the goings-on in the home and to convey a sense of "off limits" to all other normal and natural home sounds and interruptions.
A distinction has to be made regarding the physical boundaries of this working space. The most effective way to do that is with the design of the space itself.
Ask yourself these questions before you begin:
  • What will you be doing in the space?
  • What type of work needs to be done?
  • Will external clients be visiting the space?
  • Will colleagues visit for collaborative work?
  • What type of materials will be referenced and/or stored?
  • What type of equipment is required?
  • When will I be doing the bulk of my work?
  • Will I be making conference calls?
  • Will I be video conferencing?
The answers to these questions will begin to develop the program for your home office.
The next step is setting up your space. Where are you going to put your office? It doesn't need to be large or expansive, but it should be separate from other areas. You might be able to convert the guest room you only use a few times a year or another underutilized area into your office. Evaluate how the space you find can be dedicated for your use and can be "your space."
Keep all of your work in that space because it's important that you be able to find things, retrieve things and be efficient within this space. You will also want to keep the non-office space in your home free of work items. This promotes healthy balance and allows you to relax at home when you are not at work.
Establish set hours for your work at home. This contributes to your life balance, and should also help you be more productive and organize your day. The biggest problem home workers have is the loss of distinction between work life and home life.
Compartmentalizing your day into identifiable segments will help. Set up an established outline of time that you know you will spend in your office. That will help you develop a plan for productivity.
What are the most common mistakes people make when they're setting up a home office?
There are five:
1.     Thinking you can "tune out" the plasma screen on the wall. Don't hang it anywhere near where you'll be working.
2.     Inadequate storage components
3.     Lack of space for reference materials
4.     Slow and inefficient equipment
5.     Inadequate wire management (cords and wire spaghetti everywhere)
What are the most important five things to consider when you're setting up a home office?
1.     Equipment. Speed and efficiency are critical at home. But make careful decisions. Question whether that large color copier is a real necessity or if a trip to the neighborhood Kinkos will suffice. Don't pay for equipment you won't use on a daily basis.
Investigate a wireless hub for your office so you have the flexibility to work on your laptop from your desk, your chair or a table, and at both standing and sitting heights. This simple option can enhance your creative problem-solving and thinking ability.
You'll want a separate phone line to your office so no business associate or client gets a busy signal. Also, make sure your phone has the capability for messaging, conferencing and speaker functions.
Be sure you have a local and responsive computer support team that will make home service calls promptly. You need to know you can rely on the equipment you have to work.
Be sure you invest in the fastest equipment available, so you don't spend your time waiting for things to work.
And don't forget insurance on that equipment. Affordable policies will insure your home office equipment in the event of a loss or disaster. You'll want this peace of mind. Many insurance companies offer special coverage for home workers.
2.     Lighting. Good lighting is essential. Ideally you want as much natural daylight as possible. If your space has a window, it will enhance the lighting. Daylight is the most evenly balanced source of white light available, in that sunlight has an approximately equal proportion of each color of the spectrum. This light, however, never has a constant color and its beauty comes from the way it is reflected and from the way it is refracted by the earth (as in differing times of day). The color of natural light also differs based on geographic location. It is always beneficial to have as much natural light as possible in the working area.
If no daylight is available, a combination of general and task lighting will be required. A high-quality task light will be essential for late nights or cloudy days. If your home office is in a basement or a room without windows, check out daylight-replicating light sources that will provide energy-efficient, full-spectrum lighting. Many ergonomic task-lighting fixtures have dimmer switches so you can control the amount of light.
The most effective lighting brings out the fullest quality of the colors illuminated. If lighting levels are too low, there can be negative psychological effects, including depression. For human comfort, a yellow-cast illumination is best. It is the color of brightness, and midway through the color progression from cool to warm.
To avoid glare, don't place overhead lighting directly above computer screens, and don't put a computer screen directly in front of a light source. That will cause eyestrain.
Energy guidelines are leading to new reduced-light levels in offices that are easier on the eyes. The most critical factor with lighting is the ability to control its brightness and intensity.
3.     Privacy. No one can work effectively in a sea of noise or interruptions. When planning your office area, ensure that it affords a degree of privacy from surrounding activities. While headphones may serve to isolate certain sounds, no one wants to be forced to wear headphones all the time. Portable screens can be used to shield the work area from nearby activities. Alternatively, divider walls that double as bookcases will not only divide the area but provide superior storage solutions.
To assist in creating the quiet needed for real concentration and work, a degree of white noise can be helpful. Air filters and low fans will operate at a quiet speed to muffle other noises.
If a door to the office area is not practical or available, it may be helpful to add signage (e.g., "No interruptions" or "Quiet please") to remind others in the space that this is "work time."
4.     Layout/organization. The old rule, "a place for everything and everything in its place" was coined to relieve stress. If you have carefully thought through your storage requirements, you'll have the space you need.
The desk surface of your choice will serve to support your laptop or desktop computer and work-related items. Your desk will likely be the place where you spend the most time. Consider the myriad of options available for organization of papers on your desk. What is essential for productivity is an organized desk that keeps pending work in order and prevents the chaos of disorganized piles.
Solutions are as simple as pencil cups or trays to keep all writing instruments in one place, plus memo and business card holders so, literally, there is a place for everything. Shops such as The Container Store make it easy for you to get organized and stay that way. In this day and age, there are so many options for storage, the challenge is more in finding what works best with your flow of paper and work. Do you find yourself working from left to right? Does your paper trail have a distinct flow? Remember than when planning how you store your items.
Italian product designer and manufacturer EmmeBi has amazing examples of how it organizes an office, both commercial and residential. You can use those ideas for inspiration and, if your budget requires a more modest approach, mimic the same look with some of the items found at Target , Ikea and similar stores.
5.     Ergonomics. Your health, safety and welfare are critical. Therefore, the items you choose should be ergonomically designed to promote your health and well-being while using them.
Chair manufacturers have made significant improvements in adjustability and comfort for computer users. They have even researched the biomechanics of seating. Task chairs reflect this research and are making individuals' lives easier even when they work on a computer the entire day. Keilhauer has produced chairs that feature a pelvis balance point and free shoulder technology. They are truly kind to your back and spine during computer work. Another favorite of ours is Humanscale . It has also taken a great amount of time and effort to study the needs of the human body when it comes to working. If you are in a position where you write or create most of the time, the company's chairs are an investment you will be thankful for for many years.
Consider foot rests, ergonomic mouse instruments shaped to fit your hand and soft keyboard pads that allow rest and relaxation for the wrist, and foot rests. All enhance the work experience and make your time at work less stressful to your body. The goal is make work comfortable for your body and to support the areas of the human form that are brought into play with the work you do.
How can you set up an office to take advantage of the "green" mind-set?
Consider sustainability. Computers contain hazardous materials such as heavy metals, vinyl and toxic chemicals. They also rely on electricity for power. Keep the computer, your printer and other office equipment turned off when idle. Activate power-saving features on your computer. When trading in for new equipment, make sure your home office equipment will be recycled. Avoid throwing office equipment into the trash. A simple internet search will offer many options in your area.
Keep the planet in mind. Eco-friendly design ensures earth-friendly materials. Consider items such as recycled glass countertops and specify materials that use resources most efficiently, such as woods from sustainable forestry and products that are recyclable. Use local and regional resources when available, as this keeps the money local, supports local business and keeps shipping and freight costs (as well as resources used) at a minimum. Also, don't be afraid to look into ways to integrate energy conservation such as "daylighting," which takes advantage of natural light. That will not only help you feel better as you work, but it will also help the planet.
What are the best colors for an office?
The psychology of color is real. Certain colors elicit emotional and physical reactions and responses from individuals. Color impacts mood and energy levels. Therefore, be aware of the psychological impact of the color you choose for your home office.
Blues, greens and violets are considered cool colors. These colors evoke feelings of peace and relaxation. Blue can actually make a room feel cooler and can lull occupants to sleep. It's an ideal bedroom color, but not an ideal office color.
As the dominant color in nature, green is considered a neutral. We are very comfortable in green surroundings. Green evokes organic, fresh, restful emotions and can foster concentration. Today's new brand images feature a lime green tint that combines yellow hues. This color can add freshness and vitality to an office. The addition of green to an office area will enhance its balance.
Yellow grabs attention. That's why the most popular highlighters are yellow. It catches the eye like no other color. It makes people happy and evokes optimism. But a bright yellow might be distracting or overpowering in an office area and could even cause a degree of anxiety.
Red is energetic and stirring. It often produces strong feelings and can create excitement. If used in a home office, it should be used as an accent only.
White, ivory, gray and tan can carry subtle variations of color. So they can be neutral with overtones of the colors you feel most comfortable with, such as a warm gray or a cool gray. These colors do not distract and can be combined with accent colors for vitality and energy.
Accents and shades of purple have been proven to stimulate imagination. Purple or lavender tones cross the line between warm and cool tones and can evoke a favorable response when focus and concentration are required.
With all colors, it's important to test the colors on the wall in large enough areas to ensure compatibility.
There is no real hard and fast formula for color associations. The color blending is subject to the occupant's wishes.

There two basic principal for interior designer
1)  Client Requirement
2)  Which kind of Place
We design home accordingly client budget, his or her like dislike, need, living style.

how many member in family every person age according to that we design home and them like dislike, profession,  
we design home which conformable use, esthetic look. 
In order to achieve their goals and achieve results, you need a good office space planning.You need the right decision by selecting the furniture for your office designs that adapt to make your work style and work area. Three steps to get the furniture that best suit your needs as follows-First To the duties of your office and space planning are taken into account, is required to make the different kinds of tasks you need to perform might in his office to analyze and thus actively participate. Some of the most common are the followingTelephone connections.With a desktop or laptop and documents via the Internet.Preparation of documents, memos and letters.Receiving and sending of contributions from people, messaging, messaging and delivery.Packaging materials or by mail.Do data entry, reception, or fax, and file.Customers and clients to visit your office or you have to leave to visit.
Second Consider the equipment and furniture required for the tasks-Now that you know, to fulfill the tasks, therefore, furniture and equipment must be brought to the office. Some of these things are as follows-The desk or work table.Table lamps and comfortable chairs.All devices such as printers, scanners, etc.
Third The assessment of the effects of receiving the right furniture for your office and assembly in place, it is time to review your work area special physical or environmental requirements. Example:Additional requirements for ventilation, electricity and cable.Provide adequate lighting for office work.Need scores and adding insulation.Knowing what tasks must be performed in the office, it's easier to make the right furniture and other office requirements and plan accordingly. Makes decisions on the budget and also makes it easier when you configure your desktop, you can always continue to experiment, making it much more fun and exciting.
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On January 15, 2019 by Deepa Advani   No comments

Nowadays home design has to be perfect blend of taste, style, cost effectiveness and change design trend.
Shutters and drawer is yet another preposition of our designer kitchen which we require to chosen with greatest possible care. It influence not only functionally of the kitchen but also its fabulous interior shutters, drawer and ambience of kitchen design.
Ø  1) Determine what you need
Family size
The size of your family is most important principle to decide the size of kitchen.
While small 2 people family choose for a straight-lined kitchen with limited storage.
And while family is up to four members choose L-shaped kitchen or parallel-linked kitchen.

If you are living in large family or joint families you should consider a U-shaped kitchen, as it allow proper space for free movement and storage.

Budget
Designing your dream kitchen without overshooting your budget requires an expert’s assistance. With our reasonable price, helpful advice and great value solutions, you can get a kitchen befitting your home, without compromise.

Time
Fabulous interior understands the value of your time, build or design your kitchen without waiting for months, with our best solutions and services. We promise to always deliver within a reasonable time frame.
Ø  2) KITCHEN LAYOUT
The Fabulous interior kitchen team uses the 3-C Principle to plan any kitchen. Put 3-C Rule stand for cooking, Sink and refrigerator. These are think about to be three vertices of a triangle, where the sum of ( these 3 vertices) distances between three vertices should ideally be20 feet.if the distance is increase more than 20 feet, then the kitchen is unnecessarily spread out and if it is less than 20 feet, then kitchen is too compact for comfort.
Intelligent Kitchens:
The Intelligent Kitchens concept divides the kitchen into five functional areas:
1)      Food storage
2)      Food preparation
3)      Pots and Pans
4)      Cleaning and Waste
5)      Cutlery
A kitchen that is planned to this concept only offer you advantages: short routes, ergonomic sequences and smartly designed internal fittings.
Straight lined Kitchen
Single Wall or Straight Kitchen Layout  
This design has all its work sections along one wall, while it is not the good layout options in in sprite of it is necessary to choose for smaller house.
L-shaped Kitchen
 L-Shaped Kitchen Layout
Inspire by ergonomics, in this type of layout, work sections are on adjacent platforms. One can move around kitchen easily without disturbing the person who’s cooking.
U-Shaped Kitchen Layout
This design offers lavish storage space, both on the base and the wall (overhead cabinet) and we can also create serving window through an internal wall, leading to adjacent dining area
Corridor or Galley Kitchen Layout 
          Parallel-lined Kitchen
This layout has a workspace large enough for one cook.  In this kitchen floor plan, the work stations face each other on parallel walls. If more than one person involved in the cooking, it could cramp movement.
L-Shaped Island Kitchen
Related image
This kitchen is ideal for families that need more cooking, Preparation and storage space, this area also we can use in dining area. This way, cooking, cleaning and eating can obtain at the same time, without any disturbance.

Ø  3) 3rd step is CHOOSE YOUR CABINETS
Total kitchen storage is a combination of base, wall and column units. With fabulous interior’s Kitchens, you can choose your cabinets, which range from basic shelving units to organized drawer systems, seek advice from our expert team to make an effective choice, as we explain the benefits of each cabinet keeping your requirements in mind. WE always recommend striking a balance between shelving and drawer systems.
CHOOSE TYPE OF BASKET
                         
          Bottle  Basket             Bottle palate pull-out            Cup & saucer basket          Thali-basket_1      
           
             Glass basket 1                      Partition-Basket              Plain Basket                 Pullout-basket_3        
                                               
   2) Choose corner unit
        
 Carrousel-tray                Carrousel-tray-premium-      Carrousel-tray-premium-     Corner-organizer
                                                    without-pipe                                  with-pipe


            
                    Dee-tray-1                 Dee-tray-premium              Magic-corner                 Swing-corner-premium
                                                                                                                    
  3) Choose Hanging Accessories
                              
         Double-corner-2                     M-P-rack-double         M-P-rack-single                              

       4) Choose Pull-out  

              
            Single-corner-1                                   3-shelf-pullout 1                    Bottle-plate-Pullout 2                      

Choose Tall Unit
                           
        Pantry-unit                                Tall unit cover                    Vertical-double-pullout
                                                                                          
Ø  4) 4TH STEP IS SELECT THE MATERIAL AND FINISH FOR YOUR CABINET
The number of family members, users, the type of utensils and the volume of storage should determine the material you want to select for your kitchen cabinets, which affect durability of your kitchen. Feel free to get in touch with our designer team to know more about our cabinet materials and finish options.

Select Shutters and Drawers Front material
Mdf, Plywood, Glass

Select Finish Material
Laminate,Acrylic,German Foil,Glass.

Select Handles

Ø  5) 5TH STEP IS VIEW YOUR KITCHEN IN 3D
When all the parts of a new kitchen has selected, a 3D Representation of the kitchen can be seen on screen to get a good idea of how kitchen will look like.