We are firm believers in the importance of visual consistency. This is why all of the prominent interior design elements of our showroom are displayed loud and clear right from the entrance. Wood, warm tones and sleek glass come together to lure you inside and also set the professional, modern tone of the work that we do.
Once you enter into our exciting world of interior design and unique, creative solutions, you’ll be welcomed by the Home Guide office reception area. For a start, do check out the sloped frame of the entrance – we really wanted to think outside the box right off the bat.
Warm and bright, the reception also possesses a bit of sophistication and cool appeal. The solidity of marble is contrasted by the warmth of wood to create points of visual interest. A clean, unobtrusive concrete cement floor lets the rest of the elements shine. And speaking of visual interest, check out the spectacular light fixtures that bring personality into the equation.
A final dynamic feature is the slatted backdrop that extends to become the ceiling. It’s somewhat unusual, while also extended the use of wood to a large surface area.
The traditional corporate meeting room is so sterile and lacking in character that we wanted to offer our clients an escape from that cliché. The upgraded Home Guide meeting room puts emphasis on comfort, elegance and a homey feel. The wood element is again carried out throughout the execution. We also selected chic, streamlined sofas and a little unusual bookshelf construction. Needless to say, our favourite artwork is hanging on the wall to get you in a creative mood.
We’re incredibly proud of the way that the showroom kitchen turned out. Black tones and natural wood work so well together and needless to say, metal elements also have their place in a modern kitchen. The choices we’ve made aim to reduce clutter, optimise space, open up the kitchen while still maintaining its complete functionality.
From the office, you’ll be taken to the Home Guide showroom. We wanted a walkway that’s clean, minimalist and in a sense of blank. This way, you can focus on what’s to come in the showroom and all of the visual excitement you’re about to experience.