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Design Inspiration

You can really tell the world is changing when your grandmother asks you how you’re doing and if you’re eating well…….via Whatsapp!! Hence it should come as no surprise that in this increasingly tech-centric era the feeling of being alienated from the natural surroundings inevitably engulfs us, leaving behind a desire for a personal sanctuary to switch off occasionally to say the least. Moreover owing to globalization and our world becoming more and more interconnected, people’s perceptions have actually matured to acknowledge the importance of life-like features of the non-human environment – how they are instrumental to physical, emotional and intellectual well-being. Thus bringing these to the forefront of the universal list of priorities. Interior designers today are striving to develop design solutions and ideas that not only emulate nature but also incorporate them into the final scheme/product itself. What’s more, it is no longer considered unconventional to make nature a recognized part of the design process itself!

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First blog post

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shoji partition shapeAs 2017 has come to an end, lets look at what the coming times will have to offer in terms of interior design trends. My two cents – what better time than now to crave for security, warmth, healing, a recollection of the familiar and intimate; the world today predominantly plagued by global health, food and financial crisis, embarked onto the road to recovery nonetheless. An ever progressing world with increasing demand and insufficient supply; enveloped by civil wars and outrage nonetheless; and global warming and climatic change sparing no one. The interiors industry will thereby most certainly be marked by a Blast from the Past combining the old with an eclectic fusion of the following, to say the least:

  • Sustainable/Green Technologies – to minimize environmental footprint,
  • 3D Printing,
  • Relaxed Maximalism,
  • Health/Well-being inducing interiors (chemical free chalk paints), and living smart,
  • Ethnic/Multicultural/Travel – inspired themes,
  • the Bespoke/Handcrafted/Artisanal – the rare/crafty/exclusive/unique rather than ‘brands’ per se,
  • Bringing Nature Indoors, and
  • Positively Bold Colours and the closest parallel with Fashion in a long time.

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