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As the whole country is gearing up for a digital revolution, tier 2 and tier 3 cities are also undergoing a massive transformation, propelled by rising ambitions and shifting priorities in the post-pandemic era.

A significant rise in the investment in real estate raises the demand for architects and interior designers. Moreover, the design industry, especially interior design, has undergone significant growth in the past decade due to digitalisation! Not more than 12 years ago, access to designer products was exclusive, and Edison’s bulb was stylish according to the status quo. However, things started turning around, and people’s tastes in design evolved for all the right reasons. Thanks to the advent of the digital world and advances in technology, manufacturers began to make home decor available to the general public. Albeit designers’ role remained significant, people’s taste in design and their interest in aesthetically pleasing spaces have improved.

Talking about the past couple of years, the worlds of interior design and architecture have experienced unexpected rifts. Not only did the designers sit back to rethink and reinvent the purpose of design, but also the public’s perception of spaces altered profoundly as they spent time in the enclosed walls of their house.

While the metropolitan capitals have long experienced their fair share of infrastructural thrust, it is time for tier cities to reap the benefits of digital technology. With more people realising this, they are seeking to create positive and harmonious spaces for themselves that seamlessly raise their standard of living. The population is loving the new reinvigorating approach of designers and the addition of textures with bold colors, which never fail to make a statement.

Moreover, the pandemic increased a longing as well as a need for a setting that was closer to nature. Sustainable design trends have offered a great solution to this demand. Today, cities like Hyderabad are also embracing online architectural and interior design services. Once a reserved luxury of the wealthy, practical and beautifully modish interior designs have become accessible to people from all walks of life. The online world indeed fueled the growing aspirations of the common man by making the services affordable for consumers and more profitable for architects and interior designers.

As several apps have opened new avenues for designers to disseminate their state-of-the-art services, the public can now access the eclectic designs of talented designers. These services are not limited to home decor but extend to spaces like offices, schools, shops, restaurants, and basically anything related to the interaction between humans and their environment. These panache services, at times ahead of their times, achieve functionality while offering people the chance to make their living spaces more comfortable than ever at more affordable prices.

The digital world has slyly changed the way people in tier 2 and tier 3 cities perceive their living spaces. Augmented by the post-pandemic demand for an inviting and warm ambiance that is therapeutic, online architectural and interior design services are highly appreciated, and rightly so. In conclusion, gone are the days when ambient and alluring living spaces were only enjoyed by the wealthy living in urban spaces. With the advent of the digital world and the subsequent availability of interior decor and design literacy among the common people, budgets and state boundaries no longer stop people from having an ambient space of their own. Thanks to online design services, which are equipping people with facilities to create ethereal buildings and interiors through affordable solutions, it would be exciting to see how this wave further augments growth in the industry.

(The author Hussain Johar is the founder and creative head at Makemyhouse.com)

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