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Bring together a great interior designer and a wise client and watch what happens!

The results are inspired and innovative luxury, comfort, function and pleasure often with a touch of glamour.

It is not merely a visual art but most definitely the art of comfort, convenience and productivity. It is a means of optimizing the client’s way of living.

Luxurious�..when a client was describing the results they wanted to achieve for their new home, the word which kept being repeated was luxury. Their interpretation of the word was a very formal, beautiful and glamorous space. Yet equally mandatory in order to achieve true luxury were comfort and functionality and at the same time integrating the tenets of green design .

Green Design. this is no longer just a trend but a movement, an attitude, a lifestyle. IDC uses, whenever possible, sustainable materials such as wood from forests which are continuously replanted and applies paints and finishes with VOC levels which are in compliance with or exceed the latest guidelines for non-toxicity. These requirements are utilized for both renovations and new construction.

Please use the navigation at the left to explore the website and find out how IDC can provide you with exactly what you are seeking.





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Interior Design PowerPoint Templates

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Amaze your audience with Interior Design theme. Our Interior Design PowerPoint Templates and Interior Design PowerPoint Backgrounds are “pre-made” PowerPoint presentations that are fully editable. Much to the delight of presenters, each of our template slides comes with a set of PowerPoint Diagrams & Charts and Shapes too. Sizzle your presentation with this professionally designed Interior Design Template. This template is available for instant download on purchase.

Yes, I am a Presenter. How can I create an Impressive Professional Presentation?

Any presentation would look incomplete if it does not have the perfect background that suites its subject- no matter how much valuable content the presentation holds. Impress your next presentation with these eye-catching PowerPoint templates from DigitalOfficePro! With over 1,20,000 presentation design slides to choose from, DigitalOfficePro PowerPoint templates offers a thoughtful arrangement of elements and color, fonts, effects, style, and layout to your plain slides via our templates. Much to the delight of presenters, each of our template slides comes with a set of PowerPoint Diagrams & Charts and Shapes too. Whether you are planning for a professional presentation or a personal slideshow, and regardless of whether your audience are executives of different levels or just your family, you will find suitable PowerPoint templates for almost every occasion at DigitalOfficePro PowerPoint Templates Gallery. All our templates are instantly downloadable on purchase.

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Artwill Interior Design House

Our Philosophy

Artwill is a full-service interior design service provider that offers stylish, customized and thoughtful design solutions to our clients. We take pride in being one of the most client-focused designers in the market – knowing when to engage the client and when to offer our expert opinion. and catering to every need the client may have during the project and beyond.

Established in 2002, we aim to serve as a conduit to the client’s stated desires and unsaid needs and translate them into the most user-centric design in every project. Our working method is to involve the client as much as they would like to during the design process. We also work to minimize the burden placed on clients, by substantiating their ideas and taking care of all finer details.

We are passionate about our work – our source of inspiration is client needs and our goal is client satisfaction. Our philosophy is to develop the ultimate customized design for every client we have the privilege of serving. Each of our interior designers, project managers and customer service officers are eager to serve our clients as trusted advisors – sharing our ideas and ensuring that your needs are met within the strictest time and costs schedules.

Our Services

With our clients’ needs at heart, Artwill is highly flexible with the range of services we offer:

  • Residential interior design planning
  • Commercial interior design planning
  • Design build
  • Project management
  • Procurement construction
  • Interior architectural design and submission for approval

We specialize in residential and commercial interior design. and have significant experience in developing solutions for a wide range of properties and clients – including large property developers. law firms. advertising agencies. retail chains. and large and small residential property owners. We offer comprehensive solutions from design to construction. overall project management and post-construction maintenance .

If you need inspiration for your space, we would be delighted to help you define your needs by discussing through your company’s values or your family’s lifestyle. But if you already have concrete ideas on your requirements, we can jump start and begin detailing the design schematics. We will develop customized proposals for each client. The timing, deliverables and costs for each stage will be clearly stated, and all options listed out in detail. Our clients are the ultimate decision makers of what is required, and we would be glad to revise the proposal until you are fully satisfied.

At Artwill, we handpick our builders from the industry’s best talents and together strive to deliver unparalleled workmanship and finishing. We would be glad to sort out all construction details with you in your or our office, but we would be equally excited in escorting you to the workshop to choose your favorite piece of marble. If carpentry happens to be a leisure pursuit of yours, our craftsmen would be thrilled to have you join them for an afternoon of sculptural exploration.

Our Team

Our team of interior designers and construction project manager are highly experienced in the field and have completed projects in Hong Kong, Australia, Canada, and the US. Key members of our team:

Regina has more than 15 years of experience in interior design, working on a diverse range of projects including large residences, offices, and public spaces. A keen traveller, she is always in search of best boutique hotels and home-furnishing stores around the world. She obtained her Bachelor degree in the Interior Design (honor) from Swinbume of Technology University in Australia and has received a number of interior design awards.

Our Clients

RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

Monmouth Villa, Mid-levels (Show Flat)Park Tower, Tin Hau

Parkview Crescent, Peak

Race Court Mansion, Happy Valley

Realty Garden, Mid-levels

Residence Bel-Air, Cyberport

Robinson Heights, Mid-levels

Ronsdale Garden, Tai Hang

Shan Shing Bldg, Happy Valley

Shiu King Court, Mid-levels

Skyview Cliff, Mid-levels

Star Crest, Wan Chai

Sunrise House (Joint apt. with roof top)

The Colclonade, Happy Valley

The Grand Panorama, Mid-levels West

The Imperial Court, Mid-levels

The Leighton Hill, Happy Valley

Tregunter Tower, Mid-levels

Victoria Park Mansion, Causeway Bay

Village Terrace, Happy Valley

Windsor Court, Mid-levels West

Winfield Building, Happy Valley

Hong Kong Island

43 Stubbs Road, Mid-levels

57 Blue Pool Road, Happy Valley

Academic Terrace, Mid-levels (Duplex)

Baguio Villa, Cyberport

Beverly Hills, Happy Valley

Borrett Mansions, Mid-levels

Bowen Place, Mid-levels

Carolina Garden, The Peak

Casa 880, Quarry Bay

Centre Stage, Central

Comfort Mansion, Happy Valley

Conduit Tower, Mid-levels (Duplex)

Dragon Peak, Tin Hau

Elegant Garden, Mid-levels

Fairview Court, Happy Valley

Fontana Garden, Tai Hang

Fortress Garden, Fortress Hill

Fulham Garden, Mid-levels

Glory Heights, Mid-levels West

Harbour View Terrace

Hatton Place, Mid- Levels

Hee Wong Terrace, Kennedy Town

Illumination Terrace, Tai Hang

Island lodge, North Point

La Place De Victoria, North Point

Marborough House, Happy Valley

Marinella, Wong Chuk Hang

Kowloon

Aria Kowloon Peak, Ngau Chi Wan

Braga Circuit, Ho Man Tin

Harcourt Garden (Duplex)

Imperial Cullinan, Olympic Station

King’s Park Hill Tower, Ho Man Tin

Kiu Shing Building, To Kwa Wan

Laguna City, Lam Tin

Manhattan Hill, TST

Nelson Court, Mong Kok

Parc Oasis, Kowloon Tong

Peace Tower, Ho Man Tin

Telford Garden, Kowloon Bay

The Cullinan, TST

The Pacifica, Cheung Sha Wan

The Waterfront, TST

New Territories

Bayview Garden, Tung Mun

Coastal Skyline, Tung Chung

Hill Paramount, Sha Tin

Ocean Pointe, Sham Tseng

Repulse Bay Apartment

The Great Hill, Sha Tin

Yuen Long Plaza, Yuen Long

Offices

Aegis Capital Limited

AID Partners Holdings Limited

Asatsu – DK Hong Kong Limited

Best Oasis Holdings Limited

China Mining Resources Group Limited

CNT Commercial Building

Corbis International LLC (Hong Kong)

Function Telecommunications Co. Limited

Kaleidoscope Kreations Limited

Lockton Companies (Hong Kong) Limited

Russell Investment Group Limited

StorageTek North Asia Limited

Waiora Hong Kong

Retail/F B

Hanayaka Hong Kong

Fai’s Seafood Restaurant

Prince Of Wales Hospital Cafeteria

Taste of Singapore, Kowloon Bay Megabox

Building lobby

Bowen Place, Mid-levels

Catic Plaza, Causeway Bay

Monmouth Villa, Mid-levels

Urbana 38, Mid-levels

Recreation

Ben’s Dancing Association

Monmouth Villa – Club House, Mid-levels

Repulse Bay Garden





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Time flies. I realize I have already been a professional member of the Hong Kong Interior Design Association for eight years. I am much honored to be elected its chairman this year.

HKIDA was founded over 20 years ago, and under the prudent leadership of its various chairmen, the association is now well established. Further developing the association upon this solid foundation will surely be a challenging task. I vouch that with the support of the Executive Committee, sponsors and other parties, HKIDA will endeavor to enhance the well-being of its members and strive for a better future for the interior design profession.

Looking into the future, HKIDA will strengthen its promotional efforts. In addition to publishing our much-lauded members’ directory, HKIDA will also increase its engagement with the general public by conducting members’ works exhibitions and other sharing activities so that people will have better understanding about the professionalism of local interior design practitioners and also garner more business opportunities for our members. We will continue to strengthen our international connections by being involved in the Executive Council of the International Federation of Interior Architects/Designers (IFI) and organizing the Asia Pacific Interior Design Awards (APIDA). Following from the success of the second edition of East Gathering in Hong Kong last year, the event will continue on to Tokyo and Seoul in the coming year, and HKIDA members will certainly take part in both events. In addition, uniting local practitioners will be an important focus for the association, and we will strive to broaden our ties with local interior design students and nurture future talents.

Internally, HKIDA will reform its Executive Committee and improve its effectiveness. The Board of Directors has proposed extending the chairman’s term of office from one to two years, and each chairman can serve a maximum of two terms. In addition, the Executive Committee will introduce the post of Past-Chairman to help facilitate a smooth transition and allow the Past-Chairman to offer assistance and advice to the council.

Lastly, I wish to encourage everyone who is interested in interior design to join us in our various activities and support the local interior design profession, and thereby affirm Hong Kong’s position as the design capitol of Asia.

Antony Chan
Chairman, HKIDA

A Solemn Declaration from HKIDA

A Solemn Declaration from HKIDA

The Hong Kong Interior Design Association has received many inquiries of late regarding the Hong Kong Indoor Designer Association (website:www.ida168.hk) and whether this association is the same as the Hong Kong Interior Design Association. Many of our members have even received email invitations to join this association. Due to the fact that this association has a similar name as the Hong Kong Interior Design Association in both Chinese and English, and its abbreviation in English is the same as our association, many people have the mistaken impression that the two associations are the same.

The Hong Kong Interior Design Association hereby solemnly declares that it has no relationship whatsoever with the Hong Kong Indoor Designer Association, and the two associations are not the same.

Copyright 2011 Hong Kong Interior Design Association. All right reserved.





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CORPWELL, established since 2002, keeps playing a role as commercial office interior design
– Office Space Planning Design;
– Office Filing Storage Planning Design;
– Functionality Planning Design;
– Residential Design;
– Retail Outlet Design;
– Air Conditioner Installation, Maintenance
– Furniture Design;
– Custom Made System Furniture Custom Made Carpentry Furniture Production

We act as your one-stop services provider

Pre-Lease Stage
– Analysis of your premises space;
– Analysis of your specific requirements, likes and dislikes, site limitations, and budget expectations;
– Relevant building ordinances and government laws research

Interior Design Stage
– Formulate for client discussion and approval preliminary plans and design concepts that are
appropriate and describe the character, function, and aesthetic of the project

Construction Stage
– Project management regular report to clients;
– Liaison with involved parties like building management office, building’s nominated fire service;
fitters, telephone broadband suppliers, access control system suppliers, CCTV suppliers even down to removal arrangement

Warranty Service
– Quality after sales warranty services guaranteed with fast reaction for maintenance

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Time flies. I realize I have already been a professional member of the Hong Kong Interior Design Association for eight years. I am much honored to be elected its chairman this year.

HKIDA was founded over 20 years ago, and under the prudent leadership of its various chairmen, the association is now well established. Further developing the association upon this solid foundation will surely be a challenging task. I vouch that with the support of the Executive Committee, sponsors and other parties, HKIDA will endeavor to enhance the well-being of its members and strive for a better future for the interior design profession.

Looking into the future, HKIDA will strengthen its promotional efforts. In addition to publishing our much-lauded members’ directory, HKIDA will also increase its engagement with the general public by conducting members’ works exhibitions and other sharing activities so that people will have better understanding about the professionalism of local interior design practitioners and also garner more business opportunities for our members. We will continue to strengthen our international connections by being involved in the Executive Council of the International Federation of Interior Architects/Designers (IFI) and organizing the Asia Pacific Interior Design Awards (APIDA). Following from the success of the second edition of East Gathering in Hong Kong last year, the event will continue on to Tokyo and Seoul in the coming year, and HKIDA members will certainly take part in both events. In addition, uniting local practitioners will be an important focus for the association, and we will strive to broaden our ties with local interior design students and nurture future talents.

Internally, HKIDA will reform its Executive Committee and improve its effectiveness. The Board of Directors has proposed extending the chairman’s term of office from one to two years, and each chairman can serve a maximum of two terms. In addition, the Executive Committee will introduce the post of Past-Chairman to help facilitate a smooth transition and allow the Past-Chairman to offer assistance and advice to the council.

Lastly, I wish to encourage everyone who is interested in interior design to join us in our various activities and support the local interior design profession, and thereby affirm Hong Kong’s position as the design capitol of Asia.

Antony Chan
Chairman, HKIDA

A Solemn Declaration from HKIDA

A Solemn Declaration from HKIDA

The Hong Kong Interior Design Association has received many inquiries of late regarding the Hong Kong Indoor Designer Association (website:www.ida168.hk) and whether this association is the same as the Hong Kong Interior Design Association. Many of our members have even received email invitations to join this association. Due to the fact that this association has a similar name as the Hong Kong Interior Design Association in both Chinese and English, and its abbreviation in English is the same as our association, many people have the mistaken impression that the two associations are the same.

The Hong Kong Interior Design Association hereby solemnly declares that it has no relationship whatsoever with the Hong Kong Indoor Designer Association, and the two associations are not the same.

Copyright 2011 Hong Kong Interior Design Association. All right reserved.





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What a Hong Kong interior designer’s home looks like

UPDATED. Monday, 15 August, 2016, 9:04pm

Good interior design should not only be beautiful but also reflect the personalities of its owners. By either measure, George and Hay Lam’s home in Tai Po is a roaring success. Bright, modern and well organised, the apartment has oodles of character, which derives from charming details, unexpected materials and a strong sense of fun. This is a home with a smile on its face and a wink in its eye.

And yet many elements of the design came about by happy accident. Some features were fortunate discoveries (see Tried + tested ) or caused by suppliers sending the wrong materials while others were a result of interior designer George – an associate with Bugs Design Consultants – throwing a professional eye over the work in progress and saying, “Stop!” The concrete wall running the length of the living room and kitchen, for example, was to be smooth and even in colour. But after the contractors had completed a section of the kitchen wall, George decided he preferred the different shades and textures of the unfinished concrete slapped onto the living room wall, so he called a halt to the work and declared it good.

“The contractors couldn’t believe it,” he says. “But I liked the organic grid pattern of the raw concrete left by the building works. We tried to achieve the same look in the bedroom, but concrete isn’t easy to work with and it took a few attempts.”

Removing the false ceiling throughout the apartment led to other serendipitous discoveries. As the 900 sq ft apartment is on the top floor, the contractors uncovered 12-foot-high ceilings, often sloping at unusual angles, adding drama and a feeling of airiness to even the smallest rooms. The ceiling of the sole bedroom, with en suite, is an intriguing collection of planes and angles. Positioned in a corner of the building, the roof slopes in two directions and the Lams left a section of the false ceiling for storage and to hide ducting in the ensuite bathroom.

A high-gloss white epoxy floor gives a sci-fi gleam to the space. In contrast with the shiny floor, George specified industrial materials, such as those raw concrete walls and black steel doors with panels of opaque safety glass to allow light to pass between rooms. The guest bathroom has a wall-sized sliding door covered with blackboard paint where George and Hay, a product designer, get busy with chalk: their latest creation is a doodle monster.

The blackboard is echoed in the bathroom floor tiles, which have an intricate black and chalky white design, “almost like graffiti”, says George. His specifications for the en-suite bathroom tiles, however, did not go entirely to plan.

“I like classic design and Hay prefers modern. When it came to picking the bathroom tiles, I wanted classic dark green and she wanted something brighter [pale terracotta with a raised blue design]. I ordered the green, but the others arrived. Then we also had to change the wall tiles to a warmer colour to match,” George says. “The same thing happened in the kitchen. We picked out two colours for the cabinets – British Racing Green and a lighter blue-green. We ordered the green, but the paler colour turned up. It’s not what we planned, but it’s how it was meant to be.”

“It’s perfectly imperfect!” Hay says. “We went with the flow because we wanted to get in quickly. It just evolved.”

Formerly a three-bedroom apartment, the couple now use one bedroom as a study and converted the third into a dining room. While the kitchen and living area are open plan, George left most of the dining-room wall intact beneath a structural beam with two large openings into the living space. This provides a wall for the television and, by placing a bench against the wall, gives more space for the dining table.

Open steel stairs have replaced the original spiral staircase to an extra living space on a mezzanine deck.

“Because of the way the roof slopes, the spiral staircase meant you had to duck at the top – this made more sense,” George says.

Serendipity came into play again: a silver line in the black steel defines each tread, but while this may look like a carefully considered design, it was another happy accident caused by the machine that bent the metal.

Offsetting all those industrial and shiny materials is a warm and playful array of colourful possessions, vintage furniture and original artworks that the couple have collected over the past decade. They’re big Snoopy fans, with a huge collection of vintage Peanuts toys, with guest appearances by Mickey Mouse, Bruce Lee, Chinese tin toys and Playmobil figurine portraits of their extended families crowding shelves, sideboards and other surfaces.

“Everyone has their own colour palette. At work, it’s important to help clients find their own personality and preferences and we took the same approach here. Space was the priority but we kept it neutral and let the objects and furniture provide the colour,” George says. “I’ve been collecting vintage furniture for years. We used to live in a studio apartment, so most of it was in storage or we gave pieces to friends and family. Now it’s starting to come back. That’s rare in Hong Kong, where most people buy new or buy vintage for a look.”

Styling: David Roden

Living room The Marshmallow sofa was HK$18,950 from TREE (various locations; www.tree.com.hk ). The handmade Turkish rug was HK$7,000 from Shambala (2/F, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, tel: 2555 2997). The vintage 1950s copper-leg coffee table, Bla Station beech chair by Borge Lindau, Sori Yanagi Butterfly stool and George Nelson Eye wall clock were all acquired years ago from Flea + Cents (2/F, Comix Home Base, 8 Burrows Street, Wan Chai, tel: 2528 0808), which was also the source for the Muuto Carrara marble and oak television unit (HK$6,200), Flower metal stools (HK$680 each) and Tolix bookshelf by Normal Studio (HK$6,350). The Vitra Nest side table was bought years ago from BW (9/F, Cheung Wah Industrial Building, Shipyard Lane, Quarry Bay, tel: 2121 8516). The Carl Hansen CH28 armchair was HK$28,700 from Manks (14/F, Cheung Tak Building, 30 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang, tel: 2522 2115). The glossy epoxy flooring cost HK$40,000 and was done by Connion International (13/F, Chung Shing Industrial Building, 89 Kwai Fuk Road, Kwai Chung, tel: 2612 2890).

Kitchen The kitchen cabinets (HK$60,500) and Silestone worktop (HK$28,000) came from Omm Kitchen Studio (15/F, 111 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, tel: 2972 2992). The subway tiles were HK$6 each from Hop Hing Lung Material (235 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, tel: 2511 3013).

Stairs The steel staircase (HK$35,000) was built by the contractor, City Decoration Works (5/F, Long To Building, 654 Castle Peak Road, Lai Chi Kok, tel: 2893 8638). The Artek Pirkka bar stools (HK$6,680 each) came from Flea + Cents. The Dornbracht Pivot mixer (HK$14,300) was from Colourliving (333 Lockhart Road, tel: 2295 6263).

Living room detail The vintage sideboard was about HK$12,000 from Mooishop (16/F, Harbour Industrial Centre, 10 Lee Hing Street, Ap Lei Chau, tel: 2882 1384). The Picasso print on the floor and Le Corbusier poster were both purchased in France. The dolls were collected over the years.

Dining room The dining table was custom made about 10 years ago from an old table from Muji (various locations; www.muji.com.hk ). The green vintage chairs were HK$3,000 each from Mooishop. The vintage leather Eames chairs were acquired years ago from Flea + Cents. The pendant lamps in mint and yellow were HK$780 each from Latitude 22N (www.latitude22n.com ). The sliding door covered with blackboard paint was custom made for HK$8,000 by City Decoration Works. The art was painted by a friend, Denny Tse.

Bedroom The Charles Ray Eames Hang-It-All vintage coat hook was bought 10 years ago from Flea + Cents. The bed was custom made six years ago by New Fortune Decoration (12/F, Kin Fat Industrial Centre, 13 Kin Fat Street, Tuen Mun, tel: 9340 6696). The Finlay Fox rug (HK$1,200), by Sew Heart Felt, was from Okooko (26/F, Horizon Plaza, tel: 2870 1132). The bedside table came from Ikea years ago and the Modernica Bubble pendant lamp, by George Nelson, was a gift from Aluminium (various locations; www.aluminium-furniture.com ). The 1970s transistor was bought years ago from Flea + Cents.

Guest bathroom Off the dining area is the second bathroom, with Kohler Delta Vessel basin (HK$2,670) and Toobi mixer (HK$3,000) from Arnhold (1/F, Dominion Centre, 59 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, tel: 2529 7489). The 14 Ora Italiana floor tiles (HK$75 a piece) came from Anta (311A Lockhart Road, tel: 2180 6950). City Decoration Works built the teak countertop (HK$5,000) and George Lam made the light fixture for less than HK$100.

TRIED + TESTED
Concrete plan Removing the false ceiling revealed an unexpected detail in the guest bathroom: the concrete had taken on a wood-grain impression from the original formwork. Rather than resurface the ceiling, they decided to preserve it as a feature and tiled only the lower part of the wall. The Mutina wall tiles were HK$400 each from Anta. The custom-made steel-framed mirror (HK$7,000) was built by City Decoration Works.

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公司簡介
Introduction

創辦人兼設計總監鄭勇威先生曾修讀多間設計學院,他是“香港室內設計協會”的 (專業) 會員,他累積了十餘年的室內設計連裝修工程的專業經驗,不斷在技術領域、專業知識與藝術風格上突破創新,期望讓每一件作品達到完美的境界以贏得客人的信賴與贊美。他的作品經常被傳媒報道並被刋登在很多專業的室內設計雜誌上得到肯定與推薦。一般室內的設計基礎通常是建立在使用者對空間與使用機能的需求上,然而在兼顧滿足客人的需求外,在整體視覺與風格的呈現上,他更用心於空間的佈置與在色彩、材質… … 等整體風格上的搭配的創意,讓整個室內外的空間呈現一致的質感與視覺延伸性,舉凡簡單俐落的木作,繁複華麗的布飾與雕工,流線冷峻的鋼塑,高貴悠然的玻璃風,可以歐式、可以現代、可以東方、可以和風,鄭勇威先生在在都能精雕細琢出溫馨且尊貴高雅的空間氛圍。另外,無論是空間動感的流暢設計,或加強收納的實用性設計,鄭勇威先生皆能巧妙地將空間的深度、層次及視覺性焦點,讓你的公司都能展現自家品牌的優勢,事業如虎添翼;讓你的愛家都能成為充滿希望與未來的夢想安樂窩。

Icon Interior Design Limited is formerly known as Icon Interior Design and Decoration (Hong Kong) Company. It is a professional design team lead by our director Tony Cheng, with expertise in space planning and interior design. We specialize in project management from the initial concept to the final lick of paint in a wide variety of environments, including residences, offices, retail outlets, showrooms, and show flats. Our team prides itself on being client-driven. Our job is to listen to what you want and provide creative design, timely and cost-effective solutions. Having agreed the design, we complete projects in the shortest time possible and with strict budgetary control, keeping the client informed and involved at every step.

The Founder and Design Director Tony Cheng has accumulated more than ten years experience in interior design and project management. He is constantly making breakthroughs on each design. His solid experience has provided him the base, from which he has gone on to prove himself a place totally reliable and respected professional in the interior design industry in Hong Kong. Tony has been commended by a number of satisfied clients. Many of his outstanding designs have been showcased in a wide range of interior design magazines. Under the leadership of Tony Cheng, we offer a comprehensive range of high quality services extending and attempt to offer clients the greatest satisfaction with the most reasonable cost. Let your beloved home becomes a cozy nest filled with love and dreams.





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494 Hong Kong Interior Designers and Decorators

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What does an interior designer do?

A good home design professional will hone your style down to its very essence and be able to choose a functional layout that feels natural to you. Interior design companies can be involved as much or as little as the client desires. Many clients who hire an interior decorator in Hong Kong — particularly those who are remodeling — have a good sense of how the room should look and what products they should use. Often clients will insist that interior decorators use the products already present in the house. Other times a designer will need to start from scratch — especially if this is a newly purchased or just-built home. An interior design company will need to figure out exactly what the client needs, which includes organizing rooms, picking flooring and wall colors, and finding furniture to complement it all. Sometimes that means he or she will have to recruit help from other Hong Kong home professionals to help create the perfect look for your renovation. Here are some related professionals and vendors to complement the work of interior designers & decorators: Architects & Building Designers. General Contractors. Home Builders. Design-Build Firms. Photographers.

Do your research before meeting with an interior designer or home decorator in Hong Kong. Ask yourself what you want your space to become and what it will be used for. Figure out the extent of what you need help with, what your must-haves are and what your budget is. Interior design services can add up fast, so be up front with a potential design firm or individual from the beginning. Also, pick an interior decorator that fits your style. Browse through the portfolios of different interior design firms and decide if you would live in those houses. Just because you like something doesn’t mean you could live in it. There’s a big difference!

Questions to ask when you meet with local interior designers:

  • Can you give me a referral? (It makes a big difference to talk with a client who’s worked with the designer before.)
  • Can I see your design portfolio?
  • When will the home renovation be done?
  • Do you charge an hourly rate or a flat rate, or use the cost-plus method or a mixed method?

Find an interior designer or home decorator in Hong Kong on Houzz. Narrow your search in the Professionals section to find interior designers near you. You can also look through Hong Kong photos to find a room you like, then contact the design firm who designed it.

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Today Interiors

Today Interiors

Established for over 45 years Today Interiors has gained a reputation for supplying beautiful and innovative Designer Wallpaper and Designer Fabric collections, becoming a leading name in the supply of luxury upholstery and curtain fabrics and exclusive wallpapers to designer and high street outlets.

Our product portfolio includes plush high-performance crushed velvet fabric and velvets from Italy, robust weaves from Belgium, faux furs, leathers and animal prints sourced worldwide together with designer wallpapers from Europe and the United States.

These versatile upholstery and curtain fabrics and designer wallpapers are ideally suitable for domestic interiors whilst their performance, durability and FR qualities meet the high standards demanded for contract projects. Our client list includes major hotel groups, the office, hospitality and restaurant industries and leading cruise ship lines.

Our website now includes the facility to order samples online. Simply browse our collections, create your own Mood Board by adding the selected designer fabric or wallpaper colourways and click to place your sample order which will be sent out to you the same day.

If you would like more information about any of our designer fabric or designer wallpaper collections please contact our sales office who are always happy to help.

Indigo

The latest collection of designer wallpapers available from Today Interiors