Your Home’s Interior Design Journey: From Factory To Home!

From Factory To Home: DesignCafe’s Manufacturing Process

Designcafe’s manufacturing process

Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes at an interior design company? Right from manufacturing to delivering your dream home — take a look!

Interior design companies work with a range of protocols and criteria in the business. Right from machine production of the products to home installations and delivery — there is a set process for every single criterion that makes your house a home. At DesignCafe, we place the highest priority on the materials used in interior design. Here’s what makes interiors by DesignCafe a favourable choice for homeowners looking to transform their living spaces.

A Peek Into Our State-Of-The-Art Manufacturing Unit

Our manufacturing unit is spread across a pristine 35,000 sq. ft. space. We use high-end machinery and equipment to design and manufacture the products we use in the homes of our clients. That’s what enables us to deliver the home of your dreams. Experienced and trained carpenters supervise the production and they look into 51 quality checkpoints. Each of these checkpoints ensures that the materials and finishes produced are of the highest grade and quality and worth your investment. 

At our manufacturing plant, you will come across dedicated project managers across the unit to help facilitate the product process and streamline all necessary timelines. This ensures that your home is delivered on time without compromising on quality in any way. Once ready, these products are then dispatched and delivered to their respective project sites, assembled and installed within the stipulated time frame. 

A Behind-The-Scenes Look At DesignCafe’s Factory & Process

Now that you have seen our factory, let’s take a look at the different materials and finishes used in interior design that we produce for your modular solutions at home.

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Materials And Finishes To Consider For Your Home’s Interior Design

The materials we use in our interior designs are factory-made. They can be designed and set up in multiple ways to suit the different requirements of our clients and their homes. Right from smart functions and space-saving features to modern aesthetics, there’s room for every choice, style and need at DesignCafe. 

Materials Used In Interior Design By DesignCafe

  • MDF: Medium Density Fiberboard is built with a single board which is produced by binding together multiple wood fibres.
  • Commercial Plywood: This material is a popular choice for designing modular kitchens. Its surface is laminated and polished after being processed. 
  • BWP: Boiling Waterproof is a water-resistant modular structure perfect for the kitchen’s wet areas. 
  • HDMR: High-Density High Moisture-Resistant board is durable and used for kitchen shutters. It is made by combining fibre chips and forest wood waste. 
  • HDF: High-Density Fiberboard is used in areas where a strong and rigid material is required. It is often used for making bedroom furniture like Murphy beds, mirror pull-outs and wardrobes with in-built TV units.
  • Metal: Mostly used in bedrooms for specific industrial, rustic or contemporary designs. DesignCafe produces rods, railings, claddings, pipes and support structures using metal. 
  • Particle Boards: These are lightweight and used as an alternative to plywood. Particle boards are relatively inexpensive and used for making wall partitions, false ceilings, shelves, study desks and cabinets.
MDF material used in interior design and built with a single board
Commercial Plywood interior design material is ideal for designing modular kitchens
Home interior material BWP is perfect for the kitchen’s wet areas
HDMR type of material used in interior design for kitchen shutters
HDF material used in interior design like Murphy beds, mirror pull-outs and wardrobes
Interior design material metal used in bedrooms for specific industrial, rustic or contemporary designs
Particle boards material is used in interior design alternatives to plywood and is relatively inexpensive
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Now that we’ve introduced you to the materials we use in our interior designs, let’s move on to the home interior finishes.

Some Commonly Used Finishes In Kitchens

  • Veneer: Typically used for cabinets, doors and tops, this finish is made of real wood. It is commonly used in modular kitchens for a natural look and feel.
  • Laminates: Commonly known as sunmica in India, laminates are one of the most durable home interior finishes. This finish is made using plastic and is considered a colourful substitute for natural wood and veneers. 
  • Lacquer: Slightly high-end and expensive, lacquered glass is highly stain-resistant and easy to maintain. It’s made from high-quality glass and does not lose its lustre over time. 
  • Acrylic: An affordable alternative to lacquer, acrylics offer the same high glass look as lacquered glass and are durable. However, they are prone to scratches.
Veneer Interior design finishes used in modular kitchens for a natural look and feel
Home interior finishes with laminates are one of the most durable
Lacquer interior design finishes highly stain-resistant and easy to maintain
Home interior finishes with acrylic are an affordable alternatives to lacquer
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At DesignCafe, we also work with some of the finest national and international brands like Hettich, Grass, Merino, St. Gobain, Asian Paints, Greenlam to name a few to directly source materials and finishes for your home interiors. For instance, paints, wallpapers, upholstery, fittings, et al. Other commonly known materials used in interior design like granite, marble and quartz are also sourced from these brands and more.  

DesignCafe strives to bring the highest quality of materials and finishes to home interiors. Also, we always have our eye on industry trends to offer our clients the latest designs, plans, materials and finishes. With our range of innovative materials for interior design, the homes we deliver are a class apart and offer you the luxury of exclusivity, comfort, aesthetics and functionality — all at the same time.

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Nikita Raikwar is a content writer at Design Cafe's home interiors blog.

Nikita Raikwar

Nikita Raikwar is a Senior Content Writer at DesignCafe. She is an ambivert with a love for travel and dancing. You will often find her with her favourite book in her reading nook, urban sketching, or practicing the art of coffee making. She is your go-to for crime and thriller movie recommendations and loves to club her movie marathons with a Margherita pizza in one hand and a Pinot Grigio in the other.

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