Designer Profile: Bernard Ling
Interior Design reflects a Lifestyle, Bernard always believes that every design reflects the homeowner’s personality and lifestyle. In many ways, home reflects our culture, values and the energy that flow in the house. He truly believes in bringing good flow into the Interior Design, letting homeowners breathe into the space.
In the Interior design process, the foremost step to any design will always be understanding the homeowner’s expectations and point of view, the visuals they would prefer and the storage spaces needed in their Lifestyle. What motivates Bernard most in his 20 years of experience at Rezt+Relax is seeing a smile on his client’s face and gaining trust and reliability from his clients. Being a perfectionist in Interior design, he has always strived to compose visual balance into the space and its design details. When it comes to design details, there’s no restrictions or rules so that the homeowner can have the best of what they want.
Being able to be recognized by the public through Magazine features upon his 4th year of work in Rezt+Relax, has deeply motivated him to go all out to keep striving to improve his client’s home and lifestyle through Interior design. Keeping on track with trends, he is always looking out for show flats and recent revamped staycation for extra Inspirations. Thereafter, making great achievements having countless Magazines, Newspaper, online media and TV shows; Renoaid featuring his excellent design.
Design has always been part of this local’s profession. For 8 years, he has worked as a manager in a world-renowned multi-national design firm prior to joining Rezt ‘n Relax.
Currently holding a manager’s post, it has been 16 years since Bernard Ling joined Singapore’s reputable interior design company here at Rezt ‘n Relax. Bernard’s love for interior design has naturally developed from his general liking for trendy, cool and designer stuff. When he renovated and improved his own house, it became clearer to him that interior designing is a love affair he can no longer ignore.
It can be safely said that this 39-year old designer has a total of 21 years in the design industry. In short, he has been doing it since he was a teenager. And that’s a credential not many can boast.
Here are some of Bernard’s 3D proposed designs: