Want some quirky designs for your home? Let this start up guide you through
BI India BureauJan 14, 2017, 05.23 PM
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People who love interiors would unanimously admit that we love surfing the internet for beautiful houses, interior and the bathrooms. You dream to own something similar. But you aren’t sure where to find that. You want to revamp your home just as shown on the photos, but either your don’t find proper experts or you don’t know how much would that cost.
Fret not for iDecorama is here.
iDecorama is a one-stop resource guide for owners of homes and commercial spaces to plan their entire building and renovation journey. Whether you are looking for design inspiration, unique products or to hire a professional to renovate or decorate their space, iDecorama has everything you need. It is also growing to be the largest networking platform for architects, interior designers and home improvement professionals to share their work and keep their followers in the loop about their latest projects, industry trends and updates.
A brainchild of Bharat Sethi, the man behind Poster Gully, this interior start up is currently self funded by the management. However, the company is looking to raise further capital.
“Our goal is to eliminate the barriers that exist between homeowners, commercial space owners and good design, and between talented service professionals and their potential customers. We want to achieve this goal by delivering the best technology, user experience, a thriving and active community and unique products. User experience is our number-one priority, so you’ll never get disrupted by ads for cars or fast food floating around. We have had experts and sellers get so hooked to the platform that they use the site to build their brands, collaborate on projects and finally derive ~10x returns by connecting with their potential customers,” said Sethi.
Building or remodelling is an incredibly frustrating experience in this country. The market for trusted professionals and vendors is highly disorganised and entirely offline at the moment. Owners face a hard time finding good inspiration and resources to articulate their vision. “On the other side, millions of experts and vendors find it incredibly difficult to reach out to the right audience because people are still stuck up on word of mouth and traditional methods to find service providers. We are drawing on the legacy of our investors, who have been building ACETECH, a similar networking platform in the offline space, for almost a decade now,” added Sethi.