A LEGO-themed bedroom for two boys designed by Jannat Vasi, an interior designer in Mumbai.
A 3BHK, 2,700 sq.ft apartment in Hyderabad designed by Tangerine Turfs. The interior design is a delicious mix of Indian arts and crafts, and contemporary design.
A modern minimal home in Bangalore designed by Design Cafe, a turnkey interior designer.
This colorful home showcases how to upholster furniture in silk, use patterned tiles for floors, lime plaster walls, and distress furniture.
A 4-BHK contemporary apartment in Mumbai inspired by geometry and origami with mind-blowing lighting.
A chic 2BHK designed by Design Cafe in Bangalore
Welcome to a home of neutrals and pleasant surprises at every turn. A healthy marriage of warm neutrals and controlled splashes of quirkiness and color. An expat calls this sprawling apartment in Mumbai his home. Designed by SwitchOver Studio, it is contemporary and minimalism at its best. There is nothing that stands out at first until you take a closer look for the Indian touch in accessories and furniture. Boy, did it surprise me to so much of Raj Kapoor? Yes, that’s the unexpected element in this house. Read on to pleasantly discover how and where. Also, watch out for…
How to design a 800 sq.ft apartment
Space is a luxury not many are privy to in Mumbai. This 3,600 sq.ft penthouse in Mumbai, fortunate to have enough square footage, has been designed by Studio Lagom to capitalize on natural light and space. The result is an enchanting home spread over two levels with a slice of nature inside, hidden doors camouflaging mammoth storage from plain sight, and a distinctive staircase whose walls are peppered with hand-drawn Gond paintings. The home has been aptly dubbed “the house of hidden doors” by the architects. About the project: Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra Size: 3,600 sq.ft Type: Owned, apartment Architecture & design…
This is the second part of the Mediterranean style apartment in Surat. The focus of this post is on the furniture in the home – designed by Design ni Dukaan. Furnishings and furniture used in the house are undoubtedly the unsung heroes of this project – the two key elements that silently give it a coherent look true to the Mediterranean style without stealing the limelight. This is perhaps the first home tour I’m featuring that has two parts. The reason is I wanted to emphasize how important it is to consider furnishings and furniture as part of the interior process…