So the next time you’re planning for a house, you know the areas to look out for that would probably bust a hole in your pocket. A small area doesn't necessarily mean it's going to cost less. Always check with your designer on ways you can save money without compromising look and quality. Most times, it's always easier to be forthcoming with your comfortable budget. Drop us a message if you need to speak to someone who you can trust.
You have probably heard horror stories about the renovation industry and disgruntled homeowners having to fork out even more money to repair the shoddy workmanship. News like these is prevalent and unfortunate homeowners are usually left with little avenue for redress but to vent their frustration on the internet. Such rampant negative business practices give all of us legit businesses a bad name.
M3 was invited to the National Library of Singapore to speak on interior design topics pertaining to bedroom and bathroom considerations. The vide below is the highlight of that talk.
Following up from our last entry about bathroom design concerns, this article might be of particular interest to those who find that the size of our HDB toilets don’t leave us much room for creative design. What you lack for horizontal space, you have lots of vertical spaces to play with. Here are 5 design ideas that would have you make the best of the limited bathroom space.