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Designing the interiors of an entire home or even just one room can be a daunting challenge. From planning which style of sofa looks best with existing furniture to which tones and textures suit a space and how best to combine different trends, it can all feel rather overwhelming.

Danish furniture company BoConcept understands this stress well and has introduced a supremely useful interior design service to help make the design process more efficient for homeowners who have inspirational ideas but are not sure exactly how to execute their plans.

The company has three showrooms in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, each with an in-house team of between three to five highly qualified designers, all with varied backgrounds in architectural, interior or spatial design. These professionals are perfectly placed to help with the transformation of a space, always with the customer’s ideas at the heart of any proposed design.

Designing the interiors of an entire home or even just one room can be a daunting challenge. From planning which style of sofa looks best with existing furniture to which tones and textures suit a space and how best to combine different trends, it can all feel rather overwhelming.

Danish furniture company BoConcept understands this stress well and has introduced a supremely useful interior design service to help make the design process more efficient for homeowners who have inspirational ideas but are not sure exactly how to execute their plans.

The company has three showrooms in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, each with an in-house team of between three to five highly qualified designers, all with varied backgrounds in architectural, interior or spatial design. These professionals are perfectly placed to help with the transformation of a space, always with the customer’s ideas at the heart of any proposed design.

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BoConcept’s Wellington marketing and store manager, Cam Dickey, explains: “The initial step is going to the customer’s home to assess and measure the space. Alternatively, they can bring a floor plan or pictures into the showroom, which is great for people who are in the process of building. This way, we can discover the client’s priorities and take any relevant information into account before making recommendations.”

Once the team has all the information required, it is inputted into BoConcept’s exclusive new 3D software program called RoomPlanner. This software was launched mid-2018 and will soon be available as an iPad app that can be taken on visits to the customer’s home.

BoConcept’s Wellington marketing and store manager, Cam Dickey, explains: “The initial step is going to the customer’s home to assess and measure the space. Alternatively, they can bring a floor plan or pictures into the showroom, which is great for people who are in the process of building. This way, we can discover the client’s priorities and take any relevant information into account before making recommendations.”

Once the team has all the information required, it is inputted into BoConcept’s exclusive new 3D software program called RoomPlanner. This software was launched mid-2018 and will soon be available as an iPad app that can be taken on visits to the customer’s home.

Cam says, “The 3D quality of RoomPlanner is incredible and we can draw up the full home and furnish it, then take the client on a virtual tour. It is also highly adaptable, as we can show them the initial concept but, then, quickly change the desired fabric or size. Additionally, as the designs are all to scale, it’s easy to obtain an accurate idea of how the space could look.”

BoConcept’s collection is vast and diverse, offering over 15 modular sofas that are available in more than 100 different types of fabrics and leathers. Extendable dining tables are one of the company’s specialities and both the dining furniture and wall systems are fully customisable. Every piece comes in a range of sizes and finishes.

Cam says, “The 3D quality of RoomPlanner is incredible and we can draw up the full home and furnish it, then take the client on a virtual tour. It is also highly adaptable, as we can show them the initial concept but, then, quickly change the desired fabric or size. Additionally, as the designs are all to scale, it’s easy to obtain an accurate idea of how the space could look.”

BoConcept’s collection is vast and diverse, offering over 15 modular sofas that are available in more than 100 different types of fabrics and leathers. Extendable dining tables are one of the company’s specialities and both the dining furniture and wall systems are fully customisable. Every piece comes in a range of sizes and finishes.

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“With such a large range, it is impossible to have every piece in the showroom, so we are finding RoomPlanner extremely useful to give clients a great visual of how their new home will look with beautiful BoConcept furniture in it before they even move in,” explains Cam. 

For summer interior design trends, Cam says that Kiwis find the modern coastal style easy to gravitate towards. While there are many navy blue and green velvets in BoConcept’s upholstery collection, styles coming directly from Denmark are showcasing darker, grittier tones. “We are also seeing more ceramic finishes on our tables, such as rust and light stone, as well as walnut finishes on sideboards and media units.”

The coastal trend is a look that you can achieve using white and oak pieces from nearly any of BoConcept’s collections. “For example, the new Madrid dining table in white looks great when complemented with our quilted velvet Adelaide dining chairs. Likewise, the Madrid coffee table has a white concrete base, with various finishes available for the top,” says Cam.

New Zealand homeowners are increasingly interested in modular sofas, such as corner sofas, that can be tailor-made to make the most of the spaces they occupy. Customised wall systems are growing in popularity, also. Cam suggests that BoConcept’s ability to offer highly flexible, functional pieces with various storage options is another strength of their collection.

The combination of BoConcept’s personalised, experienced advice and the exciting new RoomPlanner means that there is no excuse for poorly planned or ill-fitting interior design. No project is too big or small for the design team – the scale can range from a full home makeover to advice on a singular piece of furniture.

Designing a new space is an exciting time and this service ensures that the process remains as low stress and enjoyable as possible.

Planning the interiors of your home and need help? Visit BoConcept on ArchiPro or visit the team at one of the showrooms in Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch.

 

“With such a large range, it is impossible to have every piece in the showroom, so we are finding RoomPlanner extremely useful to give clients a great visual of how their new home will look with beautiful BoConcept furniture in it before they even move in,” explains Cam. 

For summer interior design trends, Cam says that Kiwis find the modern coastal style easy to gravitate towards. While there are many navy blue and green velvets in BoConcept’s upholstery collection, styles coming directly from Denmark are showcasing darker, grittier tones. “We are also seeing more ceramic finishes on our tables, such as rust and light stone, as well as walnut finishes on sideboards and media units.”

The coastal trend is a look that you can achieve using white and oak pieces from nearly any of BoConcept’s collections. “For example, the new Madrid dining table in white looks great when complemented with our quilted velvet Adelaide dining chairs. Likewise, the Madrid coffee table has a white concrete base, with various finishes available for the top,” says Cam.

New Zealand homeowners are increasingly interested in modular sofas, such as corner sofas, that can be tailor-made to make the most of the spaces they occupy. Customised wall systems are growing in popularity, also. Cam suggests that BoConcept’s ability to offer highly flexible, functional pieces with various storage options is another strength of their collection.

The combination of BoConcept’s personalised, experienced advice and the exciting new RoomPlanner means that there is no excuse for poorly planned or ill-fitting interior design. No project is too big or small for the design team – the scale can range from a full home makeover to advice on a singular piece of furniture.

Designing a new space is an exciting time and this service ensures that the process remains as low stress and enjoyable as possible.

Planning the interiors of your home and need help? Visit BoConcept on ArchiPro or visit the team at one of the showrooms in Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch.

 

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