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This article will be unconventional. Don’t expect general advice which you can find in various different e-zines, blogs or other magazines. This time it will be about personal recommendations and answers to questions which we keep getting regarding interior furnishing.

I have been supervising implementation of interiors for more than 15 years. Over that time, I have tried out several approaches for furnishing interiors and so the answer to the most frequent question: “what is the best way to furnish an interior?” is: “made to measure!”

This is then usually followed by the next question: “what does that actually mean?” and the answer to that will be much longer. Designing a custom interior to precisely suit the wishes and requirements of the client means that the space is utilised in the best possible manner in such a way as to suit these requirements without you having to make almost any compromises, for example as regards dimensions. Wardrobes are fitted all the way to the ceiling, from wall to wall and there is not a single chink left for spiders and dust. The couch also has precise dimensions and there is no need to choose a smaller one for it to fit and to have a needless half-metre gap, or a larger one which is too big. The kitchen is precisely the way the customer needs it, as regards the height of worktop, the number of cupboards, the number of shelves and many more fixtures and fittings. That is the way it is throughout the whole apartment from the furniture for the bathroom, the often inappropriately designed hall, all the way through to the children’s bedroom and living room. The same applies to the bedrooms, where you often have to design an atypical bed or wardrobe for it all to fit into the specific space.

This article will be unconventional. Don’t expect general advice which you can find in various different e-zines, blogs or other magazines. This time it will be about personal recommendations and answers to questions which we keep getting regarding interior furnishing. I have been supervising implementation of interiors for more than 15 years. Over that time, I have tried out several approaches for furnishing interiors and so the answer to the most frequent question: “what is the best way to furnish an interior?” is: “made to measure!” This is then usually followed by the next question: “what does that actually mean?” and the answer to that will be much longer. Designing a custom interior to precisely suit the wishes and requirements of the client means that the space is utilised in the best possible manner in such a way as to suit these requirements without you having to make almost any compromises, for example as regards dimensions. Wardrobes are fitted all the way to the ceiling, from wall to wall and there is not a single chink left for spiders and dust. The couch also has precise dimensions and there is no need to choose a smaller one for it to fit and to have a needless half-metre gap, or a larger one which is too big. The kitchen is precisely the way the customer needs it, as regards the height of worktop, the number of cupboards, the number of shelves and many more fixtures and fittings. That is the way it is throughout the whole apartment from the furniture for the bathroom, the often inappropriately designed hall, all the way through to the children’s bedroom and living room. The same applies to the bedrooms, where you often have to design an atypical bed or wardrobe for it all to fit into the specific space.

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