GoodHomes India October 2020

BBC Good Homes is India’s leading home and décor magazine that reaches out the contemporary Indian women, who is always on the lookout for inspirational ideas and seeks to experience the best of the international trends and brands. The magazine brand covers a wide variety of areas from home décor, latest trends , to featuring the best in class homes from the country and beyond, etiquette and entertainment insights, presenting a mix of art from different artists , and even covers technology

Worldwide Media Private Limited
Back issues only

in this issue

1 min
editor's note

Ganesh Chaturthi went in a whisper, Navratri is here, but the air isn’t reverberating with the sounds of dhol and cymbals. Diwali will be here soon…but it might be a little hushed, a little quiet, sans its usual glimmer and shimmer. Perhaps, this is the beginning of the new festive. But isn’t it better this way? The way it is meant to be….in the comfort of your home, with your family and friends, a warm, intimate and meaningful affair! While the Pandemic and the ensuing uncertainty still looms over us, there’s no reason why we should let it dampen our festive spirit. And then, festivals are meant to be celebrated at home, with family and the people who really matter. So, we’ve put together some interesting festive shopping notes for you -- from…

1 min

WRITE TO ME SUBSCRIBE FOLLOW US ON: INSTAGRAM @goodhomesmagazine FACEBOOK @goodhomesmagazineindia TWITTER @goodhomesindia LOG ON NOW It’s October already! Suddenly, there’s so much happening…a lot of it is in my head, of course, thanks to our super-active Diwali-time conditioning. Naturally, that’s where all the excitement is also stemming from. Let’s get real, there isn’t going to be too much partying this year. Low-key dos, intimate gatherings, family dinners, cocktails with close friends…that’s about as much socialising as I think we should be permitting ourselves, with all due attention given to the recommended safety and hygiene measures. There is, however, a very important aspect about this intensely auspicious time of the year that we cannot deny. The religious symbolism associated with these days and how high they rank as a time of private, inward celebration as…

2 min

An initiative by Home & Design Trends magazine, D/code is all about the business of design. Stemming from D/code this year is the D/code Design Biennale - Jaipur Edition, India’s first curated virtual art and design festival, presented by Casamia. The virtual edition of D/code Design Biennale presented by Casamia charted a new course in the history of art and design shows in India. The biennale, curated by the young and dynamic Shantanu Garg, witnessed a congregation of the most renowned names in the worlds of art, design and architecture on a virtual platform. In this endeavour we were supported by our partners ICA Pidilite (Colour Partner), AClass Marble, Orvi, Jaipur Rugs, Emery (Lighting Partner) and Lutron. Continental Furnitures and Hands came on as participating brands. The virtual venue was conceptualised and…

1 min
launch pad

A TOUCH OF DESIGN Bathrooms have evolved…an how! This Red Dot Award-Winning basin designed by Brazilian designer Ruy Ohtake stands out for its timeless and organic design. Launched in India by Roca. Global Design Bengaluru welcomes Danish luxury design brand BoConcept. The 4400sqft flagship store constitutes 14 studios each showcasing different design concepts. From bedroom concepts, living room furnishings to home offices, buyers can browse through and experience the best of Danish design at their own space. Bengaluru homes are gonna be a lot more stylish! BESPOKE IDEAS Presenting the Dwitiya Peg Table by Ochre at Home. It’s form is remniscent of a pillar. Crafted in hammered brass lacquered wood, mother of pearl rings with malachite details, this one is a perfect addition to your festive decor. A Silver Lining SR Artefacts celebrates the beautiful and intricate…

1 min
woven layers

Nikita Mehta Shah looks back on the 13 years she’s been a designer and reveals how it all started! As an intern in the client servicing department of an advertising agency, her initial goal was to get the stint over and done with. However, the one month she spent there, exposed her to the world of design, and that was it for the young, naive and bushy-tailed talent. Today, she is a much sought-after surface pattern designer and her home and lifestyle label, House of The Designery. It started off as a multi-disciplinary graphic design studio, but today, Nikita has made the transition to a home and lifestyle label. For us, what sets Nikita apart, are the techniques she adopts which led her on a journey to explore and illustrate…

1 min
supria agarwal

Design comes naturally to Supria Agarwal. So even before she started to go independent and venture professionally into designing spaces, she was running a successful design blog titled - Style and Spaces. Realising her penchant for designing spaces, she soon started taking up projects on her own. Eventually starting her own design studio Style and Spaces. “Good design is obvious; but great design is transparent,” she quotes when asked about her style of designing. Supria believes in taking care of the finer nuances and details when designing a space. “For an interior designer, it is crucial that your designs should cater to the customer’s need and budget. However, at the same time, it should be innovative and attractive. It’s all about pure designs made with uncompromised craftsmanship and quality,” she says.…