Our creative team from Nobili Design Galati started to work on interior design and interior design concepts for 3d for houses, villas, restaurants, bars, hotels, commercial spaces, offices since 2008. For us, it was not just a job, but an integral part of life. The accumulated experience and the high level of services have helped us to become one of the most famous and important interior design companies. So far, we have successfully created a large number of interior design, both for residential and commercial spaces. We also carried out 3D projects for the future houses, villas, commercial spaces, spas, restaurants, bars, pizzerias, beauty centers and many more. In addition, we can arrange the interiors of offices where the employees feel comfortable.
Interior design projects classic style houses. To find ideas and inspiration, we present several options from our portfolio of projects for modern upstairs houses or attic in Bucharest, Ilfov, Constanta or Bacau. If you plan to rearrange your entire home in a certain interior design style, or if you simply want to split a 3 or 4 room, you need the input of specialists to guide you. Nobili Interior Design company deals with interior design projects for villas, flats, apartments and hotels, restaurants, cafes and other commercial spaces. Being a market leader since 2008, the interior design projects we implement are based on practical and innovative solutions, all for the comfort and satisfaction of the customer. Once the customer expresses his wishes about the interior design project, we will make every proposal in personalized 3D format for each room. Each material, finish and element included in the design interior design is of superior quality imported from Italian manufacturers. We work with top-notch manufacturers, and each choice will be done under close monitoring of the designer. You will find in our portfolio interior design projects made for classic attic villas in Bucharest, Constanta, Brasov or for up-to-date modern houses in Ploiesti, Galati, Braila, Tulcea, all designed by Gabriela Nechifor, architectural designer.