Life goes on with the hope of success. Success comes to those who keep toiling in the hope of achieving their dreams with passion, compassion, patience, hard work, and an extraordinary degree of innovation founded on the strongest ideals of inspiration.
Those young minds, which are the rich spaces of dreams and hopes, constantly reshape the future by redesigning the contemporary times. And a mind of a young and hustling interior designer will find her way even in chaos.
Ashita Ladha, the Founder and CEO of the firm well-known by the name ‘Ashita Interior Design Studio,’ is doing precisely that by crafting a timeless saga of quintessential spaces since the firm’s inception in August 2020.
The first letter – Ashita, itself depicts Hope and Success. So, with a lot of hopes and experience of three straight years in the field of residential and commercial projects, Ashita commenced her dream-inspiring journey as an innovative interior designer at a very young age.
Transforming Dreams into Reality
Ashita is a full-service interior designer specializing in both residential and commercial design. She states, “We, at our studio, always try our best to deliver a quick refreshing output to meet our client’s needs. We always thrive to convert dreams into reality by not just a design but by designing well enough to exceed expectations.”
The design that inspires her is a detailed part classical, part contemporary, part gothic, and part bohemia style. “All these styles stir my inner creative instinct to the core; these styles flow out inertly in my designs with an abstract and subtracts.”
“I always mix two styles in my designs. It looks more attractive and elegant, and clients love the same,” feels Ashita and continues, “My mission is to bring happiness to my client by assisting residential and commercial clients in creating timeless spaces.”
Battling and Winning Over the Challenging Despairs
Ashita thinks that women are that much capable of doing anything and everything in this world. According to her, every woman should be independent with their own perspective. In that, she also does the same things. She just explores herself and her skills by searching for her inner abilities and capabilities.
“I say know thyself. I reflected a lot on what I could and should do in my life. I noticed things in myself and was surprised to realize who I am. Since then, I believe that a person should know themself innately, including all of one’s perspectives,” thinks Ashita.
When she started her company, that day she remembered her own struggle and decided to give the opportunity to youngsters. So that they should not suffer from the same difficulties that she faced personally in her field.
Ashita thinks that youngsters have very much experience in their fields, and they have the confidence to handle any project. And they can do it easily with proper skill sets. She felt that hers is a practical field. One should have all the knowledge regarding this field, like handling the drawings on-site. How to manage the craftsman and labours on-site.
She worked so diligently for clients’ projects, clients who had trusted her. Thus, she felt that it is her duty and responsibility not to break their trust in her. And she proved herself and the fact that giving an opportunity to youngsters is good.
Because in modern India, youngsters can think out of the box and be more creative. And during that period, right from her first project, she had always had the leading role in her every interior designing project, learning all her practical lessons on the job, in the field, and on the sites.
Ashita also feels, “People should give more opportunities to youngsters.” Because only that way youngsters will gain more knowledge, acquire more creative instincts, and have more enthusiasm, greater energy to do work and more new skills to design. Since this field is very vast and creativity to design must be the only prerequisite to be judged.
Reflecting Customer-Centric Styles through Her Artistry
Great designs begin with a comprehensive understanding of clients’ needs and expectations, whether personal spaces or commercial properties. Developing client relationships based on respect, trust, and confidence has been the key to Ashita’s success as a designer.
Skilled at creating beautiful designs under various budgets, styles, timeframes, and requirements, she guides her clients through every phase of the design process. Ashita promises, “I remain committed to cultivating valued relationships and helping clients reach the best version of their overall vision.”
These are the values and the qualities of Ashita ID Studio, which make clients more trustworthy; Ashita respects the time and always makes the drawings and completes the projects on time, every time, all the time.
A Colorful Symbiosis of Life’s Elements
Innovation, customer-centric approach, minimalist style and combining all the colours of all the seasons of life in her work and then exhibiting it through her designs are the USPs of Ashita and her Studio.
Ashita expresses, “As I’m an innovative, customer-driven interior designer, I make everything possible to reflect the same in my work. I always design my style in a minimalist style, as less is more in a contemporary style and classic style with unique colours combination textures fabrics quotes and lights.”
“The material I used in my design as glass is actually wood PU paint finish which ultimately looks very refreshing to our eyes. In my design, I always put one as a highlight wall. It is a thumb rule in my design.”
Ashita’s main USP is the detailing part which is so fine and accurate that it can be easily understood by a worker and helps guide them effortlessly. She coordinates architectural details, designs and specified custom construction elements and creates and implements them fully in her interior concepts. “I believe that the design must reflect our personality and that I always focus on,” says Ashita.
As an experienced professional, Ashita’s advice to the budding aspirants willing to enter the interior design niche is innovative. She says that Interior designing is an area where creativity works along with thinking out of the box.
Despite saying this, she also feels that it is a decorative field. And if you are designing the spaces so that effective multipurpose utilization of spaces can be done, that will surely help you.
Thinking beyond the design and keeping a client’s desires in mind, one can lead towards satisfaction. She believes that hers is an exciting and enjoyable field. She interacts with many people daily, which helps her know their vision.
Being a professional interior designer, Ashita always follows the elements and principles of design. But she also thinks that in this field, one can design freely. “If allowed the freedom to design, we can get innovative ideas to think and follow, ultimately improving the final result,” says Ashita.
Augmenting Visual Surreality
Ashita thinks that emerging technologies and automated tools are revolutionizing the business world by enabling innovations. She says that these are game-changing things.
Using Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) in interior designing takes the user to another level of virtually experiencing the whole project live. This can even eliminate the huge cost of purchasing the site and start building things on it. This can help in experiencing the entire working project right in front of eyes without even buying the raw material to build.
As the professional world is changing at a very fast pace, people are adopting various tech products to make work easier and more accessible. “This definitely helps open the door for thinking about what we have never thought so, infinite possibilities arising out of this,” hopes Ashita and concludes, “Soon it will become easy access to such gadgets.”