WELCOME TO ANUKRITI DECO HUB

Welcome To Anukriti Interior

Interior design is the art or process of designing the interior, often including the exterior, of a room or building. An interior designer is someone who coordinates and manages such projects.

Interior design is a multifaceted profession that includes conceptual development, communicating with the stakeholders of a project and the management and execution of the design.

What We Do

Residential Design

Your value and true skill set is in running your business not swinging a hammer or organizing trades. Whether you are opening a new company or expanding an existing one, your time is far more valuable taking care of your business duties

Office Design

We are experts in office refurbishment and development of the inner potential of your office space. Our refurbishment services are focused on landlord and owner led schemes, revitalizing your property in a cost effective manner.

Our Process

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Getting to know the client. This requires a series of conversations to understand who the clients are, how they live and how they want to be perceived in the world.

Establishing a common language to communicate spirit, concept, and nuance. This involves an exchange of rich and detailed imagery along with commentary and conversation to determine the values that matter.

Space planning -to determine scale and traffic flow as well as what specific furnishings are needed.

Furniture designs, finds, and selections. This is what many people consider the fun part –and it is, but the uninitiated may also be surprised to learn that this process also involves a mind-boggling myriad of details that have to be considered, dreamed-up, designed, engineered, and managed before they can be realized.

  • Buying, ordering and commissioning the production of furnishings. The process from order to completion of a single piece of furniture often takes 6 months or more. Every piece ordered requires much thought and many decisions all of which have to be effectively communicated to the artisan, craftsman or supplier. For example, here’s a rundown of some of the details that go into ordering a single sofa:
  • Select the style and type of frame.
  • When customizing to a particular client’s body type or comfort profile, we will often make a series of modifications including seat height and depth, type of seat and cushions and the type of fill for each, overall back height, back cushion height, back pitch and arm height.
  • Select wood or metal finishes for legs or exposed portion of the frames and determine whether or not to use nail heads, passementary trims, welts, or no welts.
  • Then there’s the upholstery. Fabrics and leathers each have their own unique requirements. If using leather, what size are the hides? How much waste will be involved? Is the finish on the leather suitable for the application? What kind of seaming and stitching is appropriate for the use and style? For fabrics, is there a pattern? How will it be oriented and positioned at each section of the sofa? Again, what kind of seams and how will those seams be executed? If all of these considerations go into the ordering of a single sofa, multiply that process by the number of pieces in a home and you begin to understand the complexity involved.
  • Waiting. Waiting for all those pieces to arrive, be inspected, modified or repaired, refinished, or reupholstered (often required when buying vintage pieces). In addition to the normal production and shipping time required, there is likely to be a host of activity going on behind the scenes in an effort to assure each piece arrives as intended. Freight damage is common and has to be handled appropriately from minor repairs, to total replacement. Manufacturers sometimes misinterpret or just get orders wrong, and corrections have to be made. There are also many more ways a single order may go off the rails, and it’s the designer’s job to handle every eventuality so that our clients experience what appears to be a seamless and effortless process. This waiting is typically the most painful part. All the time spent in design and all the money on furnishings and nothing yet to show for it! Breathe. It will all be worth the wait. The payoff is coming.
  • Installation. This is the moment we’ve been working toward and waiting for. Everything has arrived and is staged at the warehouse. Getting everything moved-in, placed and in perfect order can take anywhere from 12 hours to 2 weeks depending on the scale and complexity of the design. We want our clients to come into a complete home, to experience a complete transformation. As with any skilled performance, we hope to make it seem effortless -to utterly surprise and delight.

About

Anukriti Deco Hub is a Jaipur based multidisciplinary interior design firm. Our team’s styling expertise and unconventional imagination is all you need to convert your space into extra-ordinary and eye-catching one. We mould unconventional interiors, be it working spaces, lifestyle stores or simple weekend homes.

Contact Us

Address:2912, 1st cross street Dina Nath Chandole Bazaar Jaipur Phone:+91 99824 59480, +91 8094949480 Email:info@adhindia.in Web:http://www.adhindia.in/
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