Source: Architecturaldigest

A second option is to install these cool home decor and interior design apps, which are accessible on your mobiles and tablets. With a range of styles (contemporary chic to traditional rustic), categories (door knobs to lighting), and budgets, these interior design apps will inspire you to get going with your furnishing swatches, material mood boards, colour palette, fixtures, and accents.

Source: Oberoirealty

Comprising spacious 4 BHK apartments with balconies, you can enjoy the expansive views of the greens as well as the cityscape. Prisma also offers lush landscaping throughout the development. Located on the arterial Jogeshwari Vikhroli Link Road (JVLR), it facilitates quick connectivity to the Western Express Highway, the domestic & international terminals and the leading CBDs.

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Right place of Jade Plant attract Money like a Magnet : Where to place a Jade Plant ?

Source: Astrologer Rohit Srivastava

The jade plant is a succulent and a renowned good luck plant to attract wealth. Jade is Commonly known as Jade Tree Plant, jade plant, friendship tree, lucky plant or Money Plant in Feng Shui. Jade plant fits well the criteria and no doubt it is one of the most popular Feng Shui cure.

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The GoodHomes Show Episode 1 : Studio Apartment

Source: Good Homes India

Hafele presents The GoodHomes Show powered by Vector Projects Episode 1 Featuring Technoraill Your favourite design and decor brand now on television. Watch stylish solutions-based, uber chic makeovers for your homes. In Episode one watch how we transform Alekh’s empty space into a studio apartment, filled with personalised details, to make the space his own.

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SOLD : VILLA SARBONNE : BEL-AIR | $88M

Source: Hilton & Hyland

Welcome to Sarbonne, Bel-Air’s newest mega-mansion. The eight-bedroom wonder is approximately 25,000 square feet, with an additional 20,000 square feet of outdoor decks, patios and gardens. A two-story covered deck at the back of the house was designed to look like a picture frame through which a viewer could admire the Los Angeles skyline.