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Residential Projects

Residential decoration projects are design projects that focus on improving the aesthetics, functionality, and overall ambiance of a home or residential space. These projects can range from small-scale makeovers to full-scale renovations and can include a wide range of design elements.

The process of a residential decoration project typically includes the following steps:

Initial consultation and site visit: The design consultant will meet with the client to discuss their needs, preferences, and budget. They will also assess the space to identify any design challenges or opportunities.

Design concept development: Based on the client's needs and preferences, the design consultant will develop a design concept that includes color schemes, and other design elements.

Presentation and feedback: The design consultant will present the design concept to the client and receive feedback to refine and adjust the design as needed.
Execution and Implementation: Once the client approves the concept, the design consultant will develop detailed drawings, specifications, and a project plan. They will coordinate with the site manager, suppliers, and other professionals involved in the project. They will also oversee the construction and installation process, and ensure that the project is completed on time and within budget.

Handover and Post-Project Support: The design consultant will hand over the completed project to the client and provide them with instructions on how to care for and maintain the space. They may also offer post-project support, such as assistance with future decorating or design projects.


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We supply, manufacture, cut, design, build, design, and install for all types of architectural decorative projects, including residential, religious, and commercial buildings.

We're happy to get you on the path to a safer and more efficient environment.

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