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Be it a home or commercial space, DecorHolic can be your trusted, full service interior design firm in Chennai. We offer a wide gamut of services including planning, designing and maintaining your interiors.
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Our endeavor is to develop interiors that are elegant, functional and infused with passion and creativity.

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We select furniture and fitments that are a fine mélange of aesthetic beauty and functional efficiency.
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We strive to keep your residential or commercial interior spick and span with regular refurbishment.

Why DecorHolic?

Dedicated interior designer
Handpicked service professionals
45 days delivery
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Uses only the best materials
Solutions for any budget range
Quality modular furniture
10 years warranty
(Best in the industry)

A penchant for quality and timeliness.

At DecorHolic, we are obsessed with delivering the finest interior solutions for your home and offices.
Our hands-on approach is aimed at getting inolved in your project right at the planning stage and being an integral part till the project handover.

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How shrinking property sizes can increase the functionality of home interior

As the space available in cities shrink so do the property sizes but there is no reason to fret as within that 500-700 ft of space, you can make the most use of it with functional design. In small spaces, it therefore becomes important to optimise space and maximise the sense of openness with high ceilings and small balconies. To furnish these spaces it has become important to reimagine furniture and create new ones that can multitask. Drawers under the staircases. Storage space hidden in the wall and that can be pushed to the ceiling. Another trend is decor in vertical layers. This ensures that every inch of space is utilised. Storage spaces can be created by adding an extra layer under the ceiling or under an elevated floor. Closets can be squeezed between spaces in kitchens and bathrooms. A space is functional if supports the way you live and this is the key to your happiness with a small space.   Kitsch Kitchens So you love entertaining? It is possible for the in-house master chefs to live happily with a small kitchen. All it requires is planning. Consider your flow when using the kitchen and also the things that you use frequently. These can made available at arm’s reach and the rest can be low or high cabinets. Storage in your kitchen can go up to the ceiling. Make a methodical list of what needs to be stored, how many drawers and how many shelves. Other storage solutions include inserts that allow double storage, vertical spice racks and pull out shelves.   Serene Bathrooms A large bathroom is more conducive to creating a spa like effect for your bathroom. However a similar effect can be achieved in a small area as well. Just like the kitchen this also depends on how you use the space. Choose a monochromatic theme which adds dimension to the bathroom. Paint it with muted colours, do not go for too much contrast in colours when you choose the tiles and add flowers to add to the aesthetic appeal.  Do you like shelves or drawers better? What kind of bottles and containers do you use? What kind of things do you need to store? Cabinets are now available that can stored into a wall thus offering more hidden storage space.   Practicality marries aesthetics A small home doesn't necessarily mean one that is only practical and lacking in beauty. The size of your furniture also matters. The furniture that you use ina large house will not look right in your small space and will make it look crowded. There are apartment sized furniture available readily in the market that can be utilised. In a large house, there is room to accommodate a beautiful superfluous piece of furniture. In a small space though it is important to consider the use and purpose of each piece. It is important to choose something that is both useful and stylistic. Choosing colour for your home is also important. A neutral lighter colour will open up the space more and you can choose accent pieces in bright pops of colours so that you don't create a claustrophobic effect. A good design is always important but it is more crucial in a small apartment. Every space must be maximised for both functionality and style so that it is comfortable to the home owners.   Make room for fun A small house does not translate into not having space for fun outdoorsy games. You can include a really tiny foosball table or design a table that doubles as a snooker table. Remember that you can make your home as dynamic and fun as you want it to be.    


6 things you should know about becoming an interior decorator

With increasing modular homes, interior designing has become a booming career choice as smart designing within the limited spaces has become a need more than a want. Becoming an interior decorator however involves a lot of hard work teamed with natural instinct. Here are six things that you need to know before deciding if it’s cut out for you:   1). Natural flair Do you obsessively look at decor magazines and related information? You also receive frequent compliments on your decorating tastes and are requested for your inputs on decorating? If you think you can relate to that then you have a flair for decorating. It doesn't necessarily mean that you have to be decorator but it is a good sign. You can follow up your passion with a diploma in interior designing which would certainly add to your credibility.   2). Don’t go by looks Interior designing isn't only about the colour schemes, furniture styling or textiles. It involves a wide range of aspects. Interior designers need to be aware about the history of designing, structural integrity, building codes, ethics, psychology and new aspects like computer aided drawing. They also need to interact with a wide variety of people from different backgrounds like architects, government agencies etc. So it is important that they have a well-rounded education. Learning the basics not only polishes your latent talent but it will also open your mind to past trends and styles and will give you grounding in the subject.   3). Job opportunities Most decorators are residential decorators. But many find opportunities in the hotel or restaurant industry. Opportunities in these industries usually require specific qualifications. Interior designers also find openings in home store, curtain/ fabric stores and home supply centres. So the more exposure and experience you have working in the industry, the more successful you are likely to be.   4). Client management People are finicky. While there are a few clients who know exactly what they want, chances are you will meet many who think they know what they want but aren't quite sure about it. They might agree to everything you suggest but end up not liking the outcome. A successful interior designer needs to be a peoples’ person. You will have to constantly balance the scales between correct design decisions and a bizarre client request. In the end, you need to make the client feel happy about their home.   4). Build a portfolio The key to success is getting noticed. One way to do this would be to build a strong portfolio. A picture says a thousand words and great portfolio will give you a boost. No matter how good you are you will understand the nitty-gritty details only when you get down and do it. Initially you might have to offer your design services for free to get opportunities and add to your portfolio. It is also a great way to build a rapport with suppliers and other support workers. Once you have a portfolio going, you can land some great opportunities with skilful marketing, effort and experience.   5). Final say An interior designer can offer the client a wide variety of choices and steer them towards a favourable outcome but ultimately it is up to the client to make a choice that suits their style. Although you have degrees in design and have good sense of style, what may work for you might not work for a client.   So consider these propositions before you take the plunge into the world of interior designing!