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The festive season had begun and what better way to celebrate than to redecorate your home in the traditional Indian style. Indian architecture and design are steeped in history. From the times of Maharajas, Indian arts and crafts, renowned for their hues and master craftwork, have embellished homes around the world. With the use of materials, textures and colors, you can infuse this festivity and color into your home.
Exposed stone walls in interiors have always been in fashion. This feature has been used widely for its natural feel and elegance. There is a myriad of ways of incorporating natural stone in your wall décor.
Reclaimed wooden furniture has become an incredibly popular trend in interior design. Rustic style and the appeal of recycling materials make it easy to see why this trend is on the rise. Every new house where interiors are done by carpenters or factory made modular furniture we tend to get lot of wood wastage or wooden pallets.
Deciding on a theme for your teen’s room is the first step toward decorating this space. Since this space will be their own private area where they will invariably spend most of their time, involve them in the design process.
As the New Year approaches we look forward to a fresh start with promises of good luck and fortune. We say goodbye to the past year and welcome the New Year with hope and enthusiasm. As we begin a new phase of our life, our home also deserves a new makeover to instil & enhance the positive vibes
Mirrors are one of the most innovative and powerful tool ever known to mankind that are used for interior decor since ages. Mirrors are highly capable of bringing in vigor and vitality to any place. At the same time they are also equally efficient to bring down the energy and aura of a home instantly.
“A room hung with pictures is a room hung with thoughts.” By Joshua Reynolds Any kind of art form is an essential part of an aesthetic living, and painting is one of them. Many people are not aware of the possible psychological impact that these amazing art pieces can have on our mind.
The history of ceiling design can be dated back to the medieval age when vaulted ceilings were used to be created and executed by famous artisans of those times. They had a strong belief of reaching to heaven by looking up through the well painted ceilings.
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