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Home Interior Design
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Is there any good home interior designer to recommend here in Kuching # It may not be a reputable one but must be experienced and can impress me?? Am looking for contemporary design for my home...

Posted on: 2008/10/15 15:47
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Re: Home Interior Design
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Hi,

I was searching for interior design related topics here in the forum but can't really find except for this one.

Does anyone know good, reliable interior design company or freelancers in Kuching which provide good service with reasonable price? Any to recommend?

Thanks!

Posted on: 2008/12/9 12:47
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Re: Home Interior Design
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I got a friend (from Ipoh) who's currently working in an interior firm (in singapore), if you're interested I can inform him. :)

Posted on: 2008/12/9 14:27
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Re: Home Interior Design
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Quote:

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I got a friend (from Ipoh) who's currently working in an interior firm (in singapore), if you're interested I can inform him. :)


Hi,

Thanks for the suggestion. But, i am in Kuching here so would prefer someone whom i can meet face to face...easier

Anyway, anyone of you heard of Zenova Home? Their office and showroom is located at Lintang Park bazaar. It's near the Kuching Water Board. Anyone used their service before? How is the service and charges? Good? Reasonable?

Posted on: 2008/12/15 10:08
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Re: Home Interior Design
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Try D.I.Y? It's fun.. and cheaper too~ Can get inspirations from magazines. ^^

Posted on: 2008/12/15 10:22
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Re: Home Interior Design
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Oh well, if that's the case.

Yeah agreed with fuyu, DIY is much simpler compared to those proposal given by interior firm (expensive at the end of project but satisfy their ideas perhaps but trust me there will be a lot of changes to be done during the process). Sometimes I will browse through some interior magazines @ bookstore gaining some fresh ideas for future home but well, just peeping not really gonna buy.

Nope.. never heard of Zenova home but I bet it'll be expensive depends on material use on floor finish, ceiling lighting & extensions or furniture used.

Posted on: 2008/12/15 11:27
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