What do people look for when they set their minds up to the task of designing or renovating their homes? Unquestionably, they think of the great beauty of the end product but in no lesser terms they also think of the process itself. Will the renovation or new home design turn out to be a fussy episode? Will I be forced to overcapitalise by my designer? How much of my time will I have to give to this? How long will my family have to live in a state of mess and constant friction (we are talking temporary homelessness here)?
Communication is the key
Naturally, homeowners hope for the kind of designers who are not only good at what they do but also good at communicating with the clients right from the very beginning. Martin understands that a home must be a reflection of the taste and sensibility of the clients. Thus, he aims to listen with rapt attention and talk only when required.
In many ways, it is through his work that he chooses to talk. Martin feels that the more one listens, the more he/she is able to probe into the innate sensibilities of the clients, thus giving them a final product quite close to what they have always longed for.
Bushfire safety at the top of mind
Residents of Koola Avenue, Bimbil Place and many other areas in Killara would know just how important it is to build or renovate keeping Bushfires in mind. Martin keeps getting constantly updated with the bushfire safety and local council regulations. This way, whatever he builds is seen favourably by the council and clients also feel a shield around them.
New home design
When people look towards new home design, they have to be prepared to integrate many ideas and perspectives into their vision. Good designers know how to blend the “practical with the preferred” and come up with a beautiful home that mixes the very best of aesthetics and function. The same philosophy holds good for home renovation, too.
Home renovation in Killara
Unlike what some of us may think it to be, home renovation in Killara or any other suburb should ideally be very large in its scope. You don’t want to make a beautiful addition to your home and feel less about it because it does not blend too well with the remaining areas. This, however, is expected to be the case if you pay scant attention to a majority of areas and emphasise on renovating only a small section of the home.
It is natural for homeowners to feel an all-encompassing renovation project as a financial burden but it is here that a quality designer like Martin can be of great aid. He can expand the canvas of your project and yet keep it a cost-effective affair. Of course, it does not need mentioning that it is your home you are looking to renovate and figments of dream cannot come too cheap either, can they?
We would love to take up your new home design or renovation project and give you something you feel really fulfilled about. Feel free to contact us today.