What are the steps involved in interior decoration for a house?
Firstly, there needs to be an assessment of the job site, considering factors like access times and days available for work. This is because each job site has its unique conditions and regulations. For example, working on a house is different from working in a condominium or a high-rise building, which affects the time needed for the project. The steps typically involve studying the design, proposing a budget, starting work, and completing the project. The duration of each step depends on the scale and specific details of the interior design, which can vary from project to project.
How long does it take to create a design for a customer? How many revisions are allowed?
The duration depends on the project’s complexity and the client’s requirements. On average, it takes approximately 6-12 weeks. Usually, the timeframe for revisions is limited to 2-3 rounds. However, if there are frequent revisions or if the client provides incomplete or unclear information, it can extend the design phase and increase the overall project duration.
From the beginning of the design phase to project completion, how long does it take to decorate a single house?
Typically, it takes about 4-8 months, with the variation depending on factors like the project’s scale and the level of detail in the design. Projects can be expedited, with some office spaces taking as little as 2-3 months from design initiation to completion. However, if clients have their own contractors involved or if there are coordination issues, it can cause delays. Additionally, the availability of the work site and the alignment of schedules also play a significant role in determining the project’s timeline.
Can clients choose to decorate only specific areas of their homes?
Yes, clients can choose to decorate specific areas of their homes, but it must meet the company’s minimum budget, which is typically 1,000,000 baht. Additionally, the feasibility of working in certain areas depends on the complexity and whether it impacts other parts of the house. It’s also important to consider if the client is already living in the space, as this can make the work more challenging and potentially extend the project timeline.”
Please note that these responses are based on the information provided and general practices in the interior decoration industry. Specific details may vary depending on the company and project.