Simplify your search for the perfect interior designer with Lookbox Living’s complimentary ID Matching service based on your budget and style preference.
17 July 2020
Text by Vanitha Pavapathi
Embarking on a home renovation can be a daunting process, and the search for an ideal interior designer is equally stressful yet crucial for a successful home renovation. To help ease the challenge, Lookbox Living has launched a brand new platform called ID Matching, in which we handpick interior designers for you according to your budget and style preferences.
Whether you’re a new or existing homeowner looking for a reliable interior designer, this curated matching service is completely FREE! To participate, simply fill up the details of your home and you will be matched with up to three interior design firms in Singapore from our comprehensive list of Trusted ID Partners within five working days. It’s that simple. You can even check out all the firms’ portfolios and let us know if there are any you fancy so we can advise if they meet your budget.
Once you put in your request for the ID Matching service, you’ll automatically be eligible for exclusive perks. They include a complimentary copy of the latest Lookbox Living magazine, first dibs on special promotions, exclusive invites to upcoming events, and more. For a limited time only, you can also stand a chance to WIN your very own hansgrohe SilicaTec granite sink worth S$977 (before GST). Don’t miss out on this attractive prize.
So what are you waiting for? Let us help you find the best interior design firm for your home reno. Submit your request now!
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