Our March issue brings you a selection of features that will inspire you as it takes you on a journey, exploring ideas in the world of design. With a growing number of young professionals in their 20s turning homeowners, the design industry has an entirely new profile of clientele at its doorstep. Well-travelled, knowledgeable, house proud and with a passion for design. Not restricted by budgetary constraints, they strive to find individualistic definitions in living spaces.
The Inspired Home segment aims to bring information and inspiration in equal measure. As a resource that helps homeowners navigate the terrain of interior design and home living. Design is in the details and we start this series with an often neglected part of interior décor—Art and the framing that is an essential component of effective display. Vasudha Narasimhan talks to the Froehlichs who run a framing studio in Stuttgart.
We then explore décor ideas for kids —from Prachi Grover’s tips on planning a birthday party to the essentials of designing a room for kids. Our regular features on kitchen and bathroom design provide more insights on these aspects and a visual guide to tablescapes helps you understand the aspects of good composition. With plenty of scope for individualistic expression.
Sonia Sumant showcases the Imperial collection inspired by her recent visit to Hampi, while Tania brings you ideas for a teenage girl’s bedroom and a colonial inspired study. Our shopping for the home section highlights carpets, lamps, and choosing a design for a bed.
As always, we look forward to your thoughts and appreciate your encouragement.
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