This is a Tips on Tuesdays – nadnut pretends to act knowledgable and impart some tips. entry under my themed blog posts! For more info about the themed blog posts, do read the entry here. As some of you guys may know, I collected my keys to my spanking new BTO not too long ago. I joined my BTO group discussion on Facebook since we …
This is a Tips on Tuesdays – nadnut pretends to act knowledgable and impart some tips. entry under my themed blog posts! For more info about the themed blog posts, do read the entry here. Our yearly friend, the haze is back! Personally I’m feeling quite unwell from the haze and thus decided to share some tips on how to combat the dreaded haze!
You’ve probably read my last few entries about my preparation for my new place. During my journey in searching for a contractor/interior designer, I’ve encountered plenty of hiccups.
While I have yet to commence on my renovation journey (due to the pantangness of the 7th month), here are some tips which may help lessen your headache when selecting an interior designer or a contractor.
For us, we first set up meetings where we share 1) our needs 2) our wants and 3) our floorplan. From there, we used these methods to shortlist our preferred contractors and interior designers.
You’ve probably read my last few entries about my preparation for my upcoming Punggol BTO. So… last week I received this letter. After close to waiting for 4 years, completion is happening soon!
Our neighbours will be starting their key collection end this week! Woohoo! For us, we expect to collect our keys in end June – July. And with that, we have started to ramp up our search for an Interior Designer / Contractor.
As mentioned in my previous post, I shared tips on researching on an Interior Design style for one’s home. Here are my experiences on how to ‘smoothen’ the process when searching for an Interior Designer and/or contractor.