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The Ideal Home and Garden

The Ideal Home and Garden July 2019

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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1 min.
a letter from the editor

At your home, where do you hangout? If it’s “the kitchen,” then you’re part of a growing trend. Life happens in the kitchen. It is a space where cooking, eating and lots of family activities get knitted, and also a place where we share our fondest memories with people who are dearest to us - apt to say it is the heart of the home. I’m so thrilled to share a dedicated issue packed with global kitchen trends. The team has hand-picked kitchen designs that are personal, thoughtful and multifunctional. Along with that, the team went the extra mile to pay fitting tribute to Notre-Dame de Paris in the most unusual way you can think of. Also, there are new beginnings and some exciting news to share! We are starting…

1 min.
inbox

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 pump in vital oxygen needed for survival. I would request the Editor to focus and dedicate a few pages on indoor home gardens. This garden can be either in the kitchen balcony or the living room balcony. Just like how TIHG covers the bedroom, the bathroom, the kitchen, the living space, it should also give sufficient space to home gardens. Ankush Bolar, Sindhudurg Eye Candy A magazine is viewed as elite when there is something to whisper about it. TIHG surely does come in that class. The last few months have…

1 min.
letter of the month

Travel Sojourns The Ideal Getaway section is my all time favourite in TIHG. As my husband is in the travel business, we both eagerly look forward to travel destinations featured in the magazine. I have noticed that a lot of emphasis is given to overseas locations. Yes, there are beautiful locations in many European and Asian countries. However, I would like to put it this way that there are heavenly abodes in India as well. The edit team should explore such options and feature them in TIHG. Swati Piramal, Mumbai…

4 min.
trend-in

Product of the Month The Hosu Lounge collection designed by Particia Urquiola is based on the concept of doing work in a relaxed, non-typical-office environment. A desk-free lounge chair, the seat on the one-person version flips out for a lower, longer lounging position. (mirania.in) Artistic Expressions Crafted with passion, Welspun’s carpet tiles are available in the form of modular nylon tiles that are easy to install. With flexibility to mix and match different designs, colours and textures; the carpet tiles are perfect to create an everlasting impression. (welspunflooring.in) Intricately Exciting Da Milano unveils handcrafted leather collectibles made with rich full grain and vegetable tanned leather. The collection offers timeless pieces, adding a hint of elegance, and making for a perfect gift for loved ones.(damilano.com) Delicate and Exotic The malindi collection from Villeroy&Boch are about exotic plants in…

1 min.
behind the design

Belleven is all about... Source for beautiful soft furnishings with fabulous and functional products that inspire and help build a home of dreams. Design to me... It should be clean and sleek - approachable style and great designing. Through my designs... Help customers to create a home that’s unique to their space and lifestyle. I draw inspirations from... I am an avid traveller and seek inspiration wherever I go. From fashion to food, there is inspiration all around. The design era that fascinates me the most... For me, it is the colonial era. They project a lot of history through their traditional and transitional fabric patterns. The era of linens and cottons in Toile de jouy, Indian chintz and Palampores. What I have always loved about my work... Workplace is full of ideas and enthusiasm. I love putting together pieces of…

1 min.
bolt from the blue

SINCE BLUE CAN BE CONSIDERED A BASE TONE, THERE ARE VARIETY OF COLOURS THAT COMPLIMENT IT. BRIGHT OR SOLID RED, GREY, WHITE, ORANGE, FUCHSIA. PINE GREEN, YELLOW, BLACK AND EVEN NEON TONE, NAME A FEW.…