These days, you don’t need a passport to get hands-on with other cultures. Artisans, chefs, and everyday people alike are using digital media to share their stories.
Their tales of heritage and tradition crisscross the globe, inspiring others to go try something new. And if you do have a passport, there are more opportunities than ever to learn straight from the source.
Today’s travelers are prioritizing meaningful activities like cooking classes and artisan visits. Once they return home, they’re trying to recreate those experiences on their plates and on their walls.
Like these Indian living rooms, ideas must you try to take your home a new look.
The living room is made completely for entertainment. While briefing Yogita, Darshana was clear that their living room had to have enough seating for guests.
Therefore, she gave them a blue Cassandra sofa paired with a matching, printed accent chair. Wooden center and side tables impart a contemporary vibe to this place.
Storage was another criterion that Yogita had to fulfill and you can see that clearly in the TV unit as well. You can spot box-style wall mounted drawers in the acrylic finish.
The base unit also has drawers and open shelves with a spacious top. The shimmery beading on the textured wallpaper complements the mirror in the dining room.
A home where tradition, art, and innovation reside; and the design reflected just that.
Sanjay With a view of the sunset from Hall, master bedroom and son bedroom. With gypsum ceiling, vitrified flooring, long snug L shaped sofa, a huge airy terrace, muted colors, and quirky accents, the living room is an epitome of contemporary luxury, use of Indian art and craft, the terrace with a gorgeous view of endless greenery, is a perfect indulgence!
Our client says ‘’ sipping on a cup of coffee surrounded by lush greenery is the best way to recoup our energies and get ready to face another day’’.The terrace is also a family favorite on holidays, as all gather here for impromptu dinners under the stars. Since the dining area requires some intimate space.
A green oasis like this in the midst of an otherwise urban concrete landscape is sure to have a calming effect.
A living room like this one can make anyone want to relax with friends and family
Living Room with antique daybeds, inverted balconies converted into seating areas, lounge chairs and carved wooden mirrors.
A serene 3bhk in Kalpataru tower in Mumbai design and interior fit-out work is done by us!
The requirement was minimal furniture, subtle ambiance and maintenance-free home, simple yet elegant! We design this project on the strict project, we started actual work after taken approval on 3d design, we are feeling very thankful to our client for giving this opportunity
Mr. Sachin Desai’s house is a residential project in Baner which had to be designed on the specific guidelines of the fusion of Indian and contemporary concepts.
To emphasize the Indian ethos yet give it a contemporary feel, wood was predominantly used throughout the décor.
The carvings, figurines, and the designs all match up the client’s requirement of the apartment with an Indian feel.
Lighter tones and colors have been used to contrast with the dark color of the wood and give the area a spacious vibe.
The spaces have been utilized in a resourceful manner to provide the client with ample storage and seating space.
The bedrooms too have been kept simple yet elegant and have been designed on the concept of minimalism.
The end result was that of a well-balanced, clutter-free, modern interior with a traditional Indian look and feel.
Paying tribute to the visual arts, the brief called for a development of the client’s 4 level residence into a place of vibrancy and allure.
Our focus was to create as much scope as possible, highlighting areas of excellence within each confined space.