The interior designing industry in India is valued at USD 25 Billion and is projected to cross USD 35 Billion by 2019. However, 95% of this industry is completely unorganized and lacks transparency and professionalism. If a person wants to get his complete home designed it will probably cost him around 20-40% of the price he has paid to own the apartment or property. This is a huge amount and takes a lot of hard work and pain to earn this much of money. But most people fall into the trap of unprofessional design consultants who make them regret their decision of getting their homes designed without doing proper homework. In today’s market, even a simple contractor has turned out to be an interior designer. And they are doing quite well because the price which they can quote for a project is way beyond the imagination of a professional.

A labour contractor generally hires an interior designer intern and gets the design done from him/her at a very nominal cost. However, due lack of experience and practicality, the intern ends up designing something which is not practically feasible and way beyond the scope of the contractor. Finally, when the project is on the verge of completion you realize this is not what you wanted for your home. Again, the intern, the labour contractor and the client very rarely have a level of thinking that matches. To get your home designed you need somebody who can think, work and express in sync with you.

Just to help people from this kind of unwanted scenarios many companies are coming up with a whole new approach to design and execution. These companies use technology as a tool to give a better experience to the clients. A well-equipped website is the primary tool of these companies. At a single platform, you can find a wide range of furniture items, home decor and home furnishing products and much more. You can book a design consultation and can meet a professional interior designer at your convenience who suggests you the best ideas for your home designing. On these websites, you can browse through a wide range of home design ideas in categories like modular kitchen, wardrobes, bedroom design ideas, living room design ideas, dining room design ideas and much more. And not only this, they also provide you with a range of price for individual designs. So it becomes easier for you to get an idea of what kind you a design you can get for your home in your budget. Secondly, after the designs have been finalized verbally, these tech-based companies will give a real life feel of the suggested designs through 2d, 3d visualization and virtual reality. After the finalization of designs comes execution. As these companies are built by professionals, hence they collaborate with professionals only in segments like furniture manufacturing, painting, flooring, false ceiling home furnishing etc. During the course of the entire project, you will be in communication with a single person and will not have to run after several people to get the update of your work. But, when you get such a hassle free and seamless service you will have to shed some cash as well, because good things come at a good price.

However, people today don’t hesitate to pay a higher amount if they can get the work done without any glitch and as per their requirement and specification, because in today’s fast life you hardly get time to resolve unnecessary and unwanted things. Hence, nowadays people prefer these kinds of companies over conventional contractors because they don’t want to regret their decision later. On the other hand, these new age companies are really trying hard to organize the USD 25 billion industry using various strategies and methods which could benefit the client. They strive to give a better and a unique experience to the clients for home designing. They are providing turnkey solution under one roof so that client doesn’t have to run after too many people. With the advent of internet and technology, very soon these new age companies are going to do a complete makeover of the interior designing industry.

Article originally published at Source by Emily Moorey