Customised floor plan
The floor plan will show you exactly where we propose each piece on the design board should be placed within your room.
Style Board (3D)
The design board allows you to visualise the final look of the actual furniture and accessories intended to be used and understand how all the pieces suggested in the scheme will work together.
The shopping list provides links to online retailers in your location for all items in your project.
An “elevation” is a drawing that shows the front or side of something. When drawing interior built-in elevations, this would represent one of the walls where there is built-in furniture. Elevations are essential for kitchen design or built-in furniture. Without elevation drawings, you cannot see the details of your new furniture, the size of each drawer or the location of each shelf or cupboard.
The electricity plan will include position and numbers of light sources as well as socket and switches within your room.
Revisions are defined as any changes made to your design, for example to replace a piece of furniture, change the colour of the walls, or add a few decorations. Changing the entire agreed style of the room (e.g. from Scandinavian style to a Classic one) or changing the room type (e.g. bedroom to studio space) would count as a new project. You are not obliged to use all the revisions included in your package to achieve your final design. In the unlikely event that you need more revisions you can purchase them for an hourly cost.