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The average price of an Interior Designer in East London is £290

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Studio Modha

Interiors are a reflection of yourself. At Studio Modha, we take the time to understand who you are and what you need. The importance of practicality, flow and detail are a must when designing spaces for private clients and developers alike. Studio Modha enhances this through the careful use of colour, texture, lighting and beautiful interior detailing, taking projects from concept through to completion. We are very flexible and adaptable in the way we working, providing the best service specifically tailored to your project.

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What’s your interior design process?

6 Step Process

- Define the brief
- Spatial planning
- Design development through moodboards/schemes/elevations
- Product specification
- Procurement
- Project co-ordination and installation

Which interior design styles can you cater for?

- Contemporary
- Traditional/Period properties
- Traditional - contemporary
- Urban
- Scandinavian

What do you love most about your job?

Meeting clients and realising their vision for their homes. Making them feel excited going into each space through functionality and detail. Most of my clients tend to become good friends and I am still in touch with alot of them! Creating a relationship built on trust is very important to me and for them too, knowing they are in good hands.

What inspired you to start your own business?

I started my own business as I felt I could offer a full hands on service to clients from concept to completion through my knowledge of the industry and having access to a range of suppliers, thus designing each project specific to client needs, with the best quality and service.

I also wanted to open up design and give people access to my knowledge through the different packages I offer. A good design really does change the way you live and I wanted it to be made accessible.

Why should our clients choose you?

I am very transparent and flexible in the way that I work. No project is too big or too small and I can take care of as much or as little as you would like me to. I have no obligation to use certain products/suppliers and therefore have a wider range to offer, ensuring your design is realised to its full potential. Having build up my team of craftsmen/trades/suppliers over the years, there are so many options to choose from which means any style can be achieved. Having fulfilled project co-ordination roles in the past, focused on detailed technical design, specifically kitchens and bathrooms, and my passion for interiors, detail and new materials will ensure your project is like no other.

Can you provide your services online or remotely? If so, please add details.

Most of my services are currently online, inclusive of zoom meetings. I am happy to carry out a site visit, IF the client feels comfortable to do this. Usually the initial visit would be on site however due to current circumstance, I am given a 'tour' of a clients property via zoom. I then design remotely and we set up meetings via zoom.

What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?

I urge all clients to meet online via zoom for our meetings, reducing any risk. Samples are all anti-bacd and sent via mail, if necessary, and moodboards are created online instead so clients have soft copies of all presentations to refer to. For projects that are on site or in the installation phase, I will send clients images and a weekly report to keep them updated. Any questions/queries are answered via calls/emails/zoom. Suppliers are also great at sending additional samples to clients or images/videos from their showrooms, for our clients to see products.

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Your expert Interior Designer will be able to advise you on the full range of services available and will be able to help you select the best services for your home. They will also be able to answer any questions you may have. Use Bark to get free quotes and find a professional Interior Designer today.

Firstly, it is important to have an idea of what you like and don’t like. This is a really useful starting point for what styles will work for you which will be used by the Interior Designer to formulate some suitable concepts.

There are a number of ways which will help you decide your favourite styles such as:

  • Magazines – It is a good idea to browse through interior design magazines such as Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Galerie Magazine and Veranda.

  • Social media – Have a look at their social media platforms such as Instagram and Pinterest which will give you a good idea of their style and moreover will showcase their portfolios.

  • Local media – Take a look at their websites and see if you can find any local press coverage on any projects they have undertaken.

  • Visits – Try and visit art galleries, antique shops or fashion boutiques to get a sense of what styles you like.

Personality fit - You want to make sure there is a good personality fit with your Interior Designer. Projects can go on for months or even years.

Client involvement - Some designers prefer consulting with a client every step of the process whereas others prefer full creative control so you want to know ahead of time what to expect. As a client, you should know how you like to work and how much involvement you expect from the start.

Inspiration - If you ask questions about their favourite projects you can get a peek into how he or she navigates the creative process.

Communication - Ask detailed questions about the firm’s strengths and weaknesses which will help you determine whether or not it is the right match for your project and timeline.

Project management style - Be sure to ask your designer how they will communicate their vision in a way that you can easily digest. Some Interior Designers manage the entire process from the design phase, through the procurement phase and the final installation. Every designer handles project management differently so it is important to have a firm and clear grasp of how your designer’s process works.

Design risks – Sometimes the initial design presentation may not be what you are looking for. The key is to be open-minded, prepare yourself for some design risks and be honest with how you are feeling. The designs should speak to you as you will have to live with them.

Past clients - It is a good idea to ask about previous projects to understand how crises are dealt with and how the designer has factored in preventative measures.

Budget - It is important to talk about budgets beforehand rather than in the middle of a project which can make a world of difference in terms of avoiding unnecessary conflict. It is worth getting a few quotations from different Interior Designers before deciding on a specific style.

You should look for a degree, foundation degree or HND in relevant subjects such as architecture, fine art, furniture design, interior and spatial design, interior architecture, textile design and 3D design.

Before you choose an Interior Designer, you could ask to see examples of their work, read testimonials and view before and after pictures of rooms and homes they have designed.

You could also look at their profile page on Bark and check out reviews from past customers too as well as examples of work that they have completed. This might also help you get some ideas for the types of design you need.

Interior designers cover a number of different aspects. They prepare detailed plans for the space showing the colour scheme, materials, lighting and soft furnishings they recommend. They also provide clients with detailed drawings, mood boards and scale models if required. Some designers will create interactive digital presentations to show you their designs. They will also show you samples of the materials that they recommend for your home.

Yes, you can. An online interior designer will ask you questions about your budget and preferences, and then they will design a 'virtual' room, filling it with real furniture you can purchase - pretty neat stuff!

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