Source: TATLER

When corporate lawyer, Prakash Raja, inherited his parents’ house, the decision to rebuild from the ground up was so that it could adapt to the evolving needs of his multi-generation family. When his family home was gifted to him after he got married, Prakash Raja thought the time was right to rebuild it from scratch and turn it into a cosy yet functional abode for his parents, wife and two young sons.

Source: rethinking the future

This 10,680 sqft residence proposed with the concept of villa embraces Indian ethos with an interesting mix in a modern setting. The concept follows the principles of Vastu, the ancient Indian science of energy flow and the region’s climatic conditions, where the requirement was to create five bedrooms, living room, a private family room, a kitchen, a dining space, home theatre and gym.

Source: dress your home

This is a luxurious, contemporary home for businessman designed by P & D Associates. Often, we see a mix of design styles in a home like traditional + contemporary, or traditional + modern, or ethnic + modern. But, this is contemporary in every aspect from furniture to walls and colours.

Source: ELLE DECOR INDIA

In a quiet street of Bengaluru’s upmarket Indiranagar area lies a sprawling corner property surrounded by old trees. It’s a view the residents—a family of four—bask in daily. Spread over three storeys, the interiors of this 15,000 sq ft abode are a melange of luxurious marble, earthy wooden accents and art.

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The COPPER CUBE HAUS : A Mumbai Home, by DIG Architects.

Source: Housethome

A 1,500 Sqft, second home for a professional with an itinerant lifestyle, this apartment was designed to create a sense of stability and repose between trips. The crux of the spatial intervention was the opening up the existing linear compartmentalised orchestration into an upbeat, almost studio apartment-like setting.

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“Naked”: A 1,000 sqft, Mumbai Bachelor Pad, by Design Firm, Muse Lab.

Source: Housethome

Naked is a small 1000 sft studio for a bachelor that is undraped, undisguised and unexaggerated. The client’s bold vision and unconventional brief required us to think of an open plan with no walls and no doors akin to Philip Johnson’s Glass house.

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A Fun, bright, clutter free & engaging room for twin boys: Mumbai Home.

Source: Housethome

The room has a modern English look with a neutral base and sage green as the accent colour. Sage green creates a space that’s full of life while still being relaxing and easy to live with. The sage-hued open shelf showcases the figurines and toys that pair well with the white elements.

Source: DESIGN ANTHOLOGY

In this Mumbai home, realised by local firm ns*a Architecture and Interiors, arches define a series of elegant spaces designed to reflect the family’s lifestyle and interests. Here studio founders Neesha Alwani and Shruti Jalan share more about the project

Source: APARTMENT THERAPY

The outskirts of western Ahmedabad are dotted with farmhouses and weekend getaways. Driven by their love for nature, Vaishali and Rasesh made the decision to move away from the city into a home that brings together all their passions: the outdoors, travel and the quiet life.

Source: ELLE DECOR INDIA

Nestled in one of the upmarket neighbourhoods of new Ahmedabad—The Sky City Floris, a 2,700 sq ft four storeyed house, is constructed primarily on the client’s belief of a home. Vivek Kadecha, principal Designer and founder of Vivek Kadecha Interiors, Lifestyle & Design, built the foundation of this home entirely based on his extensive conversations with the client. 

Source: GOOD HOMES

Before the Inside-Out House was built on the 45,000sqft plot on Bopal Ambli road, one of the most posh areas in western Ahmedabad, it was just a bare piece of land dotted with a few mango trees. After the Inside-Out House was built, it became a thriving, beautifully designed piece of land with a majestic living structure and the mango trees holding pride of place.

Source: VOGUE INDIA

Asian Paints makes its foray into the world of furnishing with four new brands: Sabyasachi for Nilaya, The Pure Concept for Nilaya, PURE–Royale and Ador. With a range of fabrics and designs that cut across price points from luxury to affordable—there’s something for everyone.

Source: INDIAN EXPRESS

The global market for online home decor is estimated at $98.4 billion in 2020 amid COVID-19, and is projected to a revised rise of $348.3 billion by 2027, according to a report published in researchandmarkets.com. When the coronavirus-led lockdown was first announced in March, not many of us were sure about what really lay ahead of us.