Apartment amenities include features of a building that you wouldn’t expect to find everywhere. The more amenities a building has, the more likely it will gain a competitive edge in attracting prospective tenants.
Common examples include a fitness center, business center, balconies, laundry room, swimming pool, childcare center, playground, and community room.
We like to remain open minded, especially in the beginning phase of design, to explore new styles, or just simply play with colors that a client isn’t accustomed to it. So our presentations tend to be casual conversations where we and the can design ideas together. Together we edit and reorganize the way the space is representing their current stage in life.
“It’s important that the space we create is stylish, but it’s your home where you & your family should feel most comfortable in – so should be the process of designing it.”
Interior design is such a special experience – for most clients, they are starting a new chapter, like relocating for a new life or an investment opportunity. It’s a personal journey, and We are honoured to be involved in such a magical experience. At the same time it is a big responsibility, earning trust from the beginning from someone who we have just met and let us peek into their personal life. To respect that, it’s important that we are as clear and transparent as possible – about how far the budget will go, how long a custom piece would take, etc. Not all news may be good, but we are always honest and upfront.
“We don’t like to hide things; when a problem arises we should have healthy conversations, so that we can resolve it proactively.”