Turnkey interiors is a type of interior designing that is constructed so that it can be sold to any buyer as a completed product. This is contrasted with build to requirement, where the designers builds an item to the buyer's exact specifications, or when an incomplete product is sold with the assumption that the buyer would complete it.
The wheel of change continues to spin, not just in construction but also in the world of interior design. With so much being spoken about interior design, decor has inevitably become yet another means of making a statement. Be it commercial or your personal space, interior design today is much more than aesthetics; it is about identity. Designing your space can be a quite a nightmare, if it involves coordinating with designers, different types of sub-contracting professionals like carpenters, painters, masons, aluminum and glass vendors, electricians, HVAC and MEP technicians, etc. First and foremost, you have to find the right people who have the capability to understand and execute your design brief.
Opting for integrated turnkey solutions ensures a single point of contact for interiors, thereby, minimising the risk of dealing with multiple suppliers. Turnkey, as the name suggests, incorporates end-to-end processes within a project by providing all the required services to design and build your interior space, by managing the project from the first point of contact, through to handing over of the keys.