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The Ideal Home and Garden

The Ideal Home and Garden April 2017

The Ideal Home and Garden (TIHG) revolves around the home, the magazine makes the idea of living well and within your means an attainable reality. TIHG is all about bringing the good life home and doing it within your budget. From house fashion to kitchen hands, entertaining essentials and decor lessons, we give you the ideas and the options and help you make the right choice. To put it succinctly, we hold your hand as you move from one stage to the next in homemaking.

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India
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English
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Next Gen Publishing Limited
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editor’s note

Gone are the days when the bathroom used to get an “It is over there” with a point in that direction feel, when asked for a house tour. Now, it is more likely a personal sanctuary that sets the tone for both the begining and end of your day. According to a survey the average person will spend about 1.5 years of his or her lifetime in the bathroom. The secret to building your perfect designer bathroom lies in attention to detail. A luxury bathroom needs a good design and skillful hands to be brought into reality. That means the key to success lies in the process itself. For me, bathroom accessories can make or break a bathroom’s decor. Are you finding a new design for your bathroom? Check out our features…

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inbox

Shoppers Zone There is a saying ‘shop till you drop’. As a regular reader, I keenly await every issue of TIHG with bathed breath. I am a die-hard shopaholic, and can’t resist picking up stuff to decorate my home. There are a lot of magazines for references, however, it’s TIHG that I prefer. The products highlighted in the ‘Shopping Spree’ are not out of the box or extraordinary, but of everyday use. Similarly, interesting are the ‘Palette Play’ pages. Colours truly add to the charm of a home. Shashank Shetty, Mangalore Green Vision Our cities and towns are getting depleted of green cover at an alarming rate. Apartments in high rises hardly have any space for an indoor garden. Having a green cover around us will not only help us breathe freely, but also…

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letter of the month

A Purposeful Meaning Every issue of TIHG has a special theme. The March issue was a ‘Kitchen and Bathroom Special’. It is really amazing that TIHG believes that every nook and corner of a home has its own importance and plays a key role in defining the overall look of the house. In the month of May, I am downsizing my 3 BHK home to 2 BHK for comfort. Looking forward to an article on ‘before’ and ‘after’. I hope either the ‘April’ or the ‘May’ issue will be a home revamp special. Vinit Kumar, Noida…

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trend-in

Seeking its inspiration from high end jewellery pieces, the Honor sideboard by Memoir is elegance personified. Forming a sinous shape, the sideboard is distributed in three curvilinear doors done in gold. The hand worked metal orchid branches adorning the piece have been punctuated with Swarovski crystals elevating the grace of the creation. Dining Luxuries Address Home has introduced its new Aurum collection of dinnerware to add elegance and style to your dinner table. Portraying the Golden era of Persian art, this collection is inspired by an Iranian mosque commissioned by queen Gohar Shad. Colour Burst Make your home a beautiful place with The Rug Republic’s new carpet collection. Available in striking summer colours, the collection has been hand-tufted and hand-knotted by the local artisans of our country. Boasting chic and elegant patterns, these striking…

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behind the design

Embodying experiences of her life through her collections, Sonali Arora believes in designing pieces, which conceal a story within Inspiration behind Tresorie? My passion for interiors surfaced from my mothers soul. The collections reflect? Minimalism to Scandinavian, aboriginal to Australia and many such inspirational boards. How does India inspire you? From the architectural monuments, rich textiles to unique cultures, India never ceases to inspire me. Your normal work day is like? A beautiful creative learning process. There’s always something new or a different perspective that presents itself. What cheers you up at work ? When a customer at Tresorie finds that little piece of something that lights up their heart. What is your revitalising regime? A lot of writing to organise my thoughts and clear my mind. Also lots of travel accompanied by an enjoyable read. The best part of designing? My creative thought…

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hazelnut hues

Smear it on your walls or showcase the best of its tones through varied decor elements, the hue will never fail to make a connect Animal Inspired Collection, Elementto By Rohit Gupta. Villa Erba Collection, D’decor…