Our focus has always been on people – their lifestyles, preferences, and use of space. We always strive to chase quality and we believe that incessant eagerness to keep improving is important for the growth of our company. Like our company name, Ideas Defined In Details, implies that we want our designs to possess immaculate quality.
Lessons from 2020:
The pandemic emphasised the importance of the Internet and digital marketing. The past year has taught us to focus on social media as part of our main marketing strategy.
Trends are formed when people’s tastes and preferences change over time. We foresee that current trends like biophilic design, circular/curve architectural elements, marble accents and multifunctional/open-concept spaces will continue to grow in popularity.
In addition to our current design and renovation services, we are looking to provide styling services as well as delivering turnkey projects. Since we are hoping to carry our own art and furniture line, we would also like to incorporate them into our projects, along with the integration of technology such as smart home systems.
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