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If you had to choose between sitting in a leather sofa or a cane sofa, which would you pick? Most of us will want to sit on the leather sofa. A lot of us are conditioned to think that expensive materials such as leather, linen or wood make the best and most comfortable furniture.

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Mumbai’s very own Chor Bazaar has always been a fascinating place to scout for all things archaic and unique. However, you would have to head there with some heavy bargaining skills and a keen eye because more often than not, the collection that is unearthed requires some sprucing up. 

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If you have an eye for stylish furniture, then you would know the frustrations of finding high-quality, super stylish pieces at affordable prices in Delhi and the NCR corridor. Whether you need a luxurious centerpiece couch for your living room or searching for cushions, carpets, rugs, and other soft furnishings to spice up your interiors, this guide has got you covered.

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Thinking of a makeover for your house or office? Make this process even more exciting with ‘Magnolia’. Covered with elegant yet contemporary furniture, it encompasses royal chairs, floral print drawers, carved wall mirrors, which is exclusively designed and inspected closely.

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Setting up a new furniture store is not an easy task keeping in mind there are lot of other existing players who have their hold on the market. Specially the furniture market in Kirti Nagar, Delhi where you can find different types of furniture showroom with their luxury design furniture on exhibits.

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A glance at a beautiful planter at your work desk or at a coffee table at your home surely has a power of rejuvenating you, and Leafy Life is all set to redecorate your place. Set up in Koramangala, visiting their store is no less than visiting a meditation centre as the warmth of the plants will undoubtedly pacify your mind and soul.

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Swedish Furniture brand, IKEA finally opened up its online store for Mumbai, earlier this week. The online store is the second venture the furnishing giant has launched in India, after opening a store in Hyderabad last year. And to start with, the website has 7,500 products that are guaranteed to bring in some major home improvements to your humble abode.

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Our world is characterized by its natural greenery, water source and a survivable ecosystem. Most of us live or migrate to big cities for our livelihood. But what is the thing which we commonly get to see in the big cities? Yes, concrete structures and a receding line of greenery succumbed to the many constructional developments that we think is important for our lifestyles.

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Shaila Patel House is a large residence that sits in a huge plot of land. The brief of the house called for a design that would allow three generations to peacefully and functionally co-exist. As such, it required that every room in the house should be working according to its purpose.

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A gallery wall is “ideal for a small apartment,” said Luci Douglas-Pennant of Etalage, a company specializing in vintage prints and paintings like the ones in this arrangement. “Gallery walls can be hung around windows, around doors,” she said, “even around cabinets in a kitchen.”


Asian Paints Where The Heart Is Season – Huma Qureshi and Saqib Saleem

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Unconventional film roles to unconventional home décor, these fun siblings have really chosen the road less travelled and are living it up together! Asian Paints Where The Heart Is takes you inside the heart of Huma Qureshi & Saqib Saleem’s home in Mumbai.

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After making waves with their flagship outlet in Hyderabad, Swedish furniture brand IKEA has announced its entry into the city of Bengaluru. Set to open in the summer of 2020, the company plans to invest close to ₹1,000 crores for the 500,000-square-foot project — a whole 100,000-square-foot bigger than the Hyderabad store, which opened on August 9.