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51. Birthdays in the Miniature Garden Go Beyond Plants
January 06, 2016

In honor of my grandchild’s upcoming birthday, my blog is going to be dedicated to this special event. I have experienced many birthdays during my lifetime and I still find this celebration of life an exciting day. Why not plant a fairy garden to symbolize the birthday of someone special to you? Think how much fun it would be to design a miniature garden using a birthday theme! Wouldn’t a container garden with an art decor lawn table, surrounded by matching chairs, look ideal placed among greenery that was planted in a willow basket? A small piece of gingham fabric, cut into a three-in... (read more)

Author: Davis J Martin

52. Dramatically Minimalist
December 17, 2015

By Sonal Mamoowala Photography: Sameer Tawde; courtesy the architects MuseLAB Design Engine transforms a 2BHK into a 2.5 BHK apartment in a remote urban locality of Jamshedpur without compromising on any of the distinctive highlights that personalise a home... With a firm belief that every project is a “challenge to be treated as an opportunity to create a transformative experience”, the home is conceptualized with a minimalist approach. With internal walls demolished and the new floor area reorganized, spaces are well-appointed and structural elements like beams and columns ingenio... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

53. How to choose new mirrors the best way
November 25, 2015

Almost all of us have mirrors in our homes. Some of us have one or two mirrors that we've carefully selected to stand out as decor pieces in the rooms where they are showcased. However, most people don't really understand how to make the most of mirrors as a part of home design. The first thing that you have to realize is that mirrors can be used in every single room. They can be conversation pieces and works of art. They can reflect light and create new dimensions in a space. Or they can be subtly incorporated into the design of a room to enhance the total look of the home. To cho... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

54. The Retreat Parfait!
November 06, 2015

Complied by Leah Linhares Photography: Bruce Damonte; courtesy the architects Step into a space of precise detailing showcased through Studio VARA’s meticulously designed Noe Residence. Called upon by a detail-oriented client with a modest vision and a couple of basic practical needs, the architects of Studio VARA were confronted by the challenge of transforming a 1908 Noe Valley cottage in San Francisco - with a history of subpar alterations – into a cohesive modern dwelling, while additionally providing an enclosed garage in a neighbourhood with tough parking. The result is ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

55. Ways To Spruce Up Your Home Decor With A Designer Consultation
November 04, 2015

Making your home look its absolute best is the goal of many homeowners. While many have the dream, we are oftentimes unfortunately constrained by limited means and a lack of knowledge. The services of a design consultant can be indispensable when you are trying to determine the direction that you want to go with your design. Their expert knowledge, experience and understanding of the latest trends that are driving the industry make their services well worth the cost. Get a Fresh New Look for Less When you consult with a designer prior to a home renovation, you have the chance to get the ... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

56. Characteristics of Different Style Designs
October 29, 2015

If you are planning a remodel, buying a new home, or simply trying to find a new or unified look for your living space, you want to know what the most common design styles are and what their defining characteristics are. You need to find a style that fits right with your personality and taste. It is nice to have an idea of what constitutes different design styles so that you don't end up with a mishmash of furniture and decor that don't unify your space. While blending some styles can come off well, it should be done with intent and not because you don't know what style or feel you are going f... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

57. Tips for Arranging Furniture in Awkward Space
September 23, 2015

If you don't have the perfect living room with ideal dimensions, you will need to apply a little creativity in your design and decor. The way you place your furniture will have a significant impact on the overall feel of a room. Even awkward spaces can feel more inviting and comfortable with a little effort. L-Shapes L-shaped rooms present some challenges because of the dimensions of the living spaces. Often one or both of the areas are cramped, but it's not ideal to create a sitting area that encompasses the entire space because it's too large. The solution involves creating smalle... (read more)

Author: Ace Abbey

58. The Art of Bookkeeping
September 18, 2015

Bookkeeping is an art in itself! Here are some handy hints on how you can make the best use of your space to treasure your collections… Although the onus is more on gadgetry these days, books and magazines remain symbols of ‘liveability’ and ‘culture’, abided by millions of book lovers. However, bookkeeping is an art that needs constant nurturing. We bring you some practical as well as aesthetic options that will help you store your books and magazines appropriately and access them easily, when the need arises… For Books: Single line or multiple rows of bookcases along t... (read more)

Author: Chirag Sharma

59. Design Your Garden Using the Best Outdoor Water Feature in Melbourne
August 25, 2015

Beautiful home decor has the power of transforming a room or property, thereby giving it a sophisticated and fresh style and feel. One cannot deny the fact that gardening turned into a favourite hobby of those residing in the urban areas. People wish to have a lovely garden which will complement their abode manifold. If a homeowner is still thinking which garden accessories can do the needful, they can simply invest in water features. Water features and its wide range Water features in Melbourne is amid the top favourite garden decor choices. Some of the most common types of water f... (read more)

Author: Mattis Bailey

60. Upbeat and Trendy
August 22, 2015

Compiled by Pari Syal Photography: Courtesy the architect Design practice Ippolito Fleitz Group redesign a café in Stuttgart suburb Ostfildern as a multi-dimensional, full-of-beans space catering to differing scenarios throughout the day... Bar, bistro, stage... Café Pause, as its name suggests revitalizes one’s senses, almost instantly preparing one for any kind of hospitality experience. With the evolution of ways in which one perceives one’s entertainment and dining out choices, the new café offers a dynamic spatial configuration that can be adapted to a bar scenario; a live ... (read more)

Author: Pari Syal

61. Innovative Design Updates for Recliners
July 16, 2015

Many homes have at least one easy chair tucked into a corner. Recliners have been a staple in the American living room for over half a century, delivering comfort and traditional style to match virtually any decor. A potential buyer should explore new innovations in this piece of furniture before making any future purchases. New Designs and Styles Recliners have received important structural updates that translate into superior comfort. With a wide variety of positions, the back of the chair and the footrest can even work together or independently, depending on individual desire. Wh... (read more)

Author: Antoinette Ayana

62. Creative Decorating Options with Rugs
July 09, 2015

Rugs can have a strong visual impact on a room. Not only do they add color, texture, and interest to the decor, but they can also add surprising and unexpected elements. When you really want to make an interior space come alive with energy, look to the floor to help you achieve this goal. Layering When you combine several layers on the floor, you increase your options for both texture and color. Layering also enables you to design a unique and individual decorating scheme that is unlike any other space. Try a sisal or jute surface on the bottom in a neutral color to anchor the room.... (read more)

Author: Ace Abbey

63. Fusion Decor
July 07, 2015

Working around the palates of the two cuisines it fuses – PunChin restaurant within the Citrus Hotel in Pimpri, Pune uses a kitsch-industrial approach that is very in-your-face… Designed by Studio Osmosis, the approach to the restaurant is through a plush lobby finished in Italian marble; while the chequered clear and ‘tatooed’ glass panes create a peek-a-boo effect with the colourful interiors evoking one’s curiosity. PunChin, which offers Punjabi and Chinese cuisines has its subtle fusion nuances translated into the décor as well: in the ‘Chinese-ized’ placemats, rustic and multi-... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa

64. The Essence of being Indian
June 30, 2015

A villa in Indore comes alive at the hands of interior designer Rakeshh Jeswaani, balancing fine nuances of Indian craft in a contemporary setting... Mumbai-based Rakeshh Jeswaani Interior Architects have recently designed a 15000 sq. ft. villa constructed on a 2 acre plot in Indore. Beautifully landscaped, the Asian style ground-plus-one structure with its large windows and staggered sloping roofs has a welcoming presence with its wooden canopied porch that leads one into the home. Warmth and a lived-in feel greet one inside, mingled as it is with a chic, plush look. Working with e... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

65. The Benefits of Hiring an Interior Designer
June 25, 2015

Are you thinking of building a home but don't know where to start when it comes to the interior design? Or, are you tired of the outdated design and decor of your current residence? Consider hiring an interior designer for your needs. A professional designer, like the interior designers in Sarasota, FL, can create the home of your dreams. Here are several benefits of hiring an interior designer. Minimizes Your Stress Designing the interior of your home can be stressful. Chances are you are already trying to juggle work and family. Decorating your home takes time and energy you are al... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

66. Designing with Neutral Colours
June 22, 2015

A 2,500 sq. ft. three-storey row house in Goregaon, Mumbai, designed by principal architect Jimit Mehta of ARCHOS in just seven months, follows a simple yet elegant design thematic… Faced with the challenge of delivering the project in just seven months, the architect relied on the diligent functioning of his firm and quick decision-making from the client’s side to accomplish the project on time. Following a basic philosophy of ‘keeping things simple and clutter-free’ - be it in the overall earthy tones largely comprising ivory and brown, or as seen in the fuss-free furniture, or eve... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa

67. Zaha Hadid's Fluid Furniture
June 12, 2015

Ar. Zaha Hadid adds on to her 2012 Liquid Glacial furniture collection for an ongoing show at David Gill Gallery, London. Liquid Glacial is Zaha’s series encompassing tables, stools, a chair and centrepieces that each resembles ice-formations. Their geometries appear transformed from solid to fluid by the subtle waves rippling below the surface. Starting out with the Liquid Glacial tables (dining and coffee tables) in 2012 especially for the David Gill Gallery, Zaha had chiselled the pristine geometry of the flat table top to appear fluid and seemingly pour from the horizontal thro... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

68. Emoti-Products for Gen Next
June 12, 2015

“Designed to delight” is the operating maxim for multidisciplinary studio Design Gandhi as each of its products veers between the fine lines of quirkiness and functionality. Creative people are said to be eccentric. Product designer, Hardik Gandhi, armed with an industrial design degree from NID, Ahmedabad, is of the firm opinion that one’s response to design is ideally reflected in one’s first look at the design; and his designs are therefore either culminations of an emotional response or many a time result in one. Going by the kind of accolades to his credit, he certainly seems to be... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

69. The Aura of a Stately Abode
June 11, 2015

A-cero Architects’ design of a stately home in Madrid speaks volumes about its up-to-the-minute profile through a strong architectural and interior vocabulary... Remarkable volumes in stone overhangs and large glass panels in black are a signature design element of A-cero Architects. Looking a little away from this signature but still within its parameters, their latest residential project of 1250 sq. m. built on a plot of 1,700 sq. m. is a robust orthogonal design in limestone and black glass enclosed by a fence in stone and black galvanised steel. Sitting snugly amidst a well-ma... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

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