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.

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The second home located within an industrial unit was designed by Sustainable Architecture for Earth to bring peace after a long day’s work. At first look, you’d think this property was some kind of a forest lodge tucked away in the hills.

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Part of the Landmark Group, Home Centre is spread across India and the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) region, with a strong presence and recall. Myntra has launched ‘Home Centre’, a well-known brand in the organized retail of home and living products, across furniture, furnishings, décor, kitchen, and other household essentials, on its platform.

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Ikea has launched its first ever shopping app in India. The Drum checks out its plans in the world’s second-most populous country, finding out how its strategy offers access to the brand via a combination of flagship stores, smaller city-center shops and, now, online platforms.

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Mumbai-based auction house Prinseps will be holding two NFT auctions: of 1950s artist Gobardhan Ash’s artworks, and Oscar-winning costume designer Bhanu Athaiya’s fashion sketches. July promises to be a busy – and interesting – time for Prinseps, a research-focused auction house based in Mumbai.

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Kolkata-based designer Ajay Arya’s A Square Designs is one of the most sought-after among the city’s elite for its richly detailed, art-filled luxe interiors. An open plan living and dining space unveiled by them offers a delightful eclectic vibe with a blend of classic and contemporary details.

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The Timeless, Diya House, by SPASM Archictects.

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Designed by Sanjeev Panjabi and Sangeeta Merchant of Spasm Architects this home is all about the trees – detailed within the architecture of the bungalow they form an integral part of the blueprint. Earth walls, expansive courtyards and verdant greenery have been used to combat the stifling heat of Ahmedabad in this luxurious residence.

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The Clifton House is a 3 bedroom 109sqm residence located in Thane, a metropolitan city in Maharashtra, India. Designed by AUM Architects, the home started as an open ended brief with only the functionality of the spaces specified. This provided an enticing empty canvas of sorts for the architects, who adopted an eclectic approach in delivering a design based on continuity and surprise.

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Set in the heart of Chandigarh, 5+1 Peas in a Pod is a contemporary dwelling for a family of five and a newborn. A calm and tranquil residence, the spaces are inspired by the diversities in the personalities of each resident but united by their common love for travel, food, ethnic culture, art and modern aesthetics.

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Located in the suburbs of Khar, is House no. 12, designed by Mumbai based Quirk Studio. This home for three boasts of classic, contemporary and modern aesthetics fused with colour and eclectic art, accessories, furniture and more. To personify the homeowners needs and keeping the design brief in mind, the shell of the abode is crafted to look neutral and monochromatic.

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Artist, Amit Bhar : The Housethome Curated Art Series

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Amit Bhar is a Bangalore-based artist whose interest in art began at a young age. In his own words, it was eventually to become “the primary objective of his life”. The pristine, rustic beauty of rural Bengal—of his birthplace, Hooghly-Chinsurah—the clear blue skies, fallen autumn leaves, grazing cattle and the daily life of the village nestled on the banks of the river Hooghly, inspired Bhar to start painting when he was as young as twelve.

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Artist, Sujata Achrekar : The Housethome Curated Art Series

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Sujata Achrekar was born in 1968. She graduated from the L.S Raheja School of Art, Mumbai, in 1990, following which she got her Diploma in Art Education from Sir JJ School of Art, Mumbai. 

Achrekar’s canvases are predominantly worked in oils, with a profusion of earthy tones like burnt sienna, ochre and rust orange.