Mumbai, a clustered city divided into four parts, Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane and Palghar. Where property rates are also different as per locality.
The builder, who has built 4bhk & 5bhk luxurious apartments in the South Mumbai area, have also built the township project of smart 1BHK and studio apartments in Virar. Inshort, anyone from lower middle class to rich business tycoons can live in the city of dreams, Mumbai.
Rising property rates divert the mind of home seekers. For example, a family who is finding a home with a 2 bedroom apartment, they are compromising with a 1 bedroom apartment.
In that case, home buyers want to fit all the things in that 1BHK instead of 2BHK. Here, the challenge for interior designers is to manage and utilize the space for all family members.
Many of them convert their 1BHK into a 2BHK apartment, if it is manageable. Which is a better option rather than buying a new home.
After the purchase of a flat, the first thing the homeowner asks the interior designer/contractor is “WHAT WILL BE THE BUDGET?”
And which is the obvious thing because the buyer spends the hard earned money for their dream home and most of the youngsters around the age of 28 to 38 buy a home on a LOAN and want to manage their budget accordingly.
So, here we gonna help you to know a rough budget if you are planning to buy a 1 BHK apartment or have already bought and want to do the interiors.
Before you set your budget, we will recommend you to plan interior design before starting any work. You are able to visualize your home interior in 3D & 2D before spending lakhs of rupees on interiors, this allows you to make the desired decision and it saves your money from unwanted spending during the execution of the work.
Budget for 1 BHK flat (375 to 425 sq. ft.)
It is assumed that the builder has provided the semi-furnished flat like,
Flooring, Kitchen Platform, Windows, Doors, Bathroom Fittings, Painting, and Electrical wiring and points.
1 BHK Interior Furniture Cost Breakup With Work Items (Mumbai):
1. Safety Door – 35k to 50k
2. Shoe rack – 10k to 12k
3. TV Unit – 35k to 55k
4. Sofa (3 Seater) – 35k to 45k
5. Modular Kitchen – 85k to 1.25 L
6. Bed – 45k to 52k
7. Wardrobe – 90k to 1.10 L
8. Dressing Unit – 12k to 15k
9. False Ceiling – 40k to 60k
10. LED Lights – 10k to 15k
11. False Ceiling Painting – 12k to 16k
12. Folding dining table – 18k to 22k (optional)
13. Study Table – 14k to 18k (optional)
1 BHK Interior furniture cost you roughly
Rs.4.10* lakh to Rs.5.55* lakh
These are the basic interior items on which a home buyer spends after the newly bought home, but there are many more which depend on the individual, like the center table, side table, a window grill, AC paneling, wallpaper, re-painting, electrical changes, etc.
(Above estimate is given as per standard designs and materials, the choice of exclusive material and design may cost you extra.)
Beyond the budget, most of the homeowners have a time constraint also, who wants to move fast in their home after the possession, because they are already living in a rented house and don’t want to spend extra money if the things are manageable.
Here, Modular Furniture is the best option for the homeowners, in which the furniture items like Kitchen, TV unit, Bed, Wardrobe, and other furniture items parts gets ready in the factory and it requires only to assemble it on-site which take only a few days to assemble compared to traditional carpentry work.
Modular means, you can dismantle your furniture and re-install it at any other place whenever you want, when you move to another place. Which is not possible if you make carpentry furniture.
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