‘Dress My Room’, the homegrown enterprise by Emirati sisters roll out signature ‘Quick Fix’ service for commercial spaces

  • A compelling success story by two Emirati women entrepreneurs, Dress My Room’s Quick Fix service lends aesthetic uplifts for holiday homes.

Dubai, UAE: ‘Dress My Room,’ the interior design studio by Emirati sisters Hend and Hamda Al Abbar, has launched a signature ‘Quick Fix’ service to lend aesthetic uplifts for commercial spaces.

Having established its niche by providing three-day home makers through the ‘Quick Fix’ service, Dress My Room’s innovative interior design offering is as easy as it can get – with a simple step-by-step process. All that you need to do is share images of the current commercial space, specify budget, share inspirational images, and close the booking.

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Dress My Room’s ‘Quick Fix’ team will then conduct the site visit, prepare mood boards, spring to action and deliver the interiors of your dreams seamlessly – and all with speed, efficiency and exceptional aesthetic standards. Every customer is assured of a precise schedule regarding project completion and every aspect of the work – from design to budget is pre-approved, ensuring there are no unpleasant surprises.

Addressing the market ‘white space’ for professional interior design solutions with punctuality and creative excellence, the service makes ‘Dress My Room’ the go-to enterprise for the interior décor of offices, cafes, commercial establishments, and especially for holiday homes that are growing in popularity in Dubai.

Hend and Hamda Al Abbar said the expanded service offering builds on the growing demand for ‘Quick Fix’ services by Dress My Room. “In a short period of time, we have made a mark in interior design of residences underpinned by our exclusive partnerships with suppliers and brands. This also led to many customers seeking interior décor solutions for commercial spaces. Today, with the exceptional growth recorded by the property sector, including commercial real estate, as well as more holiday homes coming online, we see a distinctive opportunity to expand our service to meet the needs of this niche audience.”

They added: “What sets Dress My Room apart is the speed of service with clear timelines and our unwavering commitment to deliver customized solutions that meet the individual aspirations of each client, based on their specific set of preferences. This brings great value for commercial spaces that need interior design uplifts and overhauls in a short period of time. The value the service brings for holiday homes is equally significant.”

Dress My Room has strong testaments to attest for the quality and punctuality for its ‘Quick Fix’ service. Spaces, a coffee shop in DIFC, turned to the firm for a quick turnaround of their outdoor space into an aesthetically functional space, while PEMO and IFPI benefited from speedy furnishing of their office interiors. Similarly, for The White, a boutique in Dubai, the quick fix service helped complete the required design refurbishment even as the store operated.

Hend and Hamda Al Abbar said the design inspirations for the projects are led by the brand identity and design preferences of commercial customers, while for holiday homes, the design ethos are delivered as per the specification of homeowners to welcome guests without delays that are typically associated with interior design fitouts. Their work stands out for not only being reflective of contemporary trends but also for drawing on design inspirations rooted in the cultural and artistic heritage of the UAE.

Since commencing the Quick Fix service in 2020, following the COVID-19 pandemic, Dress My Room has carved its individual niche in the market. The quick-fix service, initially launched as ‘Summer Fix’ became immensely popular and the young entrepreneurs decided to make it a permanent solution under the banner ‘Quick Fix.’ To date, Dress My Room has completed over 200 Quick Fix services across the UAE.

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