We met with a few ID firms earlier in 2019 when we were still purchasing the house, and after going through a few selection rounds, we decided to go with Jocelyn from Forefront Interior.
The design process was an interesting one, and Jocelyn had a rather methodical way of going through each area to be renovated, and came up which innovative ideas on how we could make the house more spacious, without sacrificing function. A key part of why we ended up choosing her design was the fact that she was the only ID we met who could make our counter top feel natural and not obtrusive.
As we moved through the various rooms in the house, Jocelyn would also talk about the user experience of various things we wanted there and how it integrated with the rest of the environment which was refreshing. Jocelyn also recommended loose pieces of furniture where it made sense, and did not try to force carpentry+quartz on us across the entire house, which was unique among all the ID's we approached.
During the project, her counterpart Jack was also very on the ball, and not only supported their side of the work, but also helped us receive the various furniture as well as liaise with opennet and citygas. As a result, we didn't really spent much time on this once the work started, and only made the occasional visit just to check in on progress.
Quality was generally up to standard, nothing much to complain about. After handover, we realized that there were a couple of items we missed out on checking, and despite having made the full payment and all, Jocelyn and Jack were very on the ball in rectifying some of these items, even coming down personally, which I appreciated.
All in all, we were quite happy with the outcomes from this renovation, and would definitely recommend them to friends.