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The Ideal Home and Garden

The Ideal Home and Garden December 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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Land:
India
Språk:
English
Utgiver:
Next Gen Publishing Limited
Hyppighet:
Monthly
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1 min.
editor’s note

“No one can ever take your memories from you – each day is a new beginning, make good memories every day.” ~ Catherine Pulsifer I hope you are all excited about the year-end celebrations. As we step into 2020, I wanted to share hearty New Year’s wishes from everyone here at TIHG. As I have been using this platform for the last three years, I am surely not going to use this space anymore for writing resolutions. But I would once again like to repeat that you will be much happier, if you are able to set a goal that you know you are likely to meet and then actually nail it! This time while re-doing my home, I found a side of the cupboard that was loaded with books and charms…

2 min.
inbox

Anniversary Tadka With the November 2019 issue, TIHG completed 13 outstanding years. An occasion to be proud of, not only for the loyal readers, but also for the reader’s community as a whole. Well researched content, full page colourful visuals, heart-warming features were simply a treat. It’s the cover that stole the thunder. Not to take away from any of the features, however, the articles I liked the most were undoubtedly the Kitchen and Bathroom special. Spell-binding information was at full-steam. I knew there was something special coming up. These two articles will help me change the outlook of my kitchen and bathroom. Sunetra Parmar, Mumbai Time To Celebrate! It’s survival of the toughest. TIHG has not only survived for 13 long years, but has intelligently managed to have created a niche of its…

5 min.
december

Elite Fusion Bent Chair has entered into a collaboration with Shivan and Narresh, India's first luxury holiday brand to curate a new range of art furniture. collaboration captures elements from the vibrant flora and fauna of Indian geography and illustrates them in a detailed spatial design space. Named the Patu Series, the strong influence of Dravidian Gond art and Andhra's Tholu Bomalatta are taken forward to form art prints named Fagun & Koi Coal. (bentchair.com) Cool Hues! Address Home’s winter linen collection, Equs is a blend of contemporary cushions and bedspread in deep shades of brown, blue and green with a light neutral grey-beige. Horses and horse-riding can be witnessed in the designs, which carry motifs and patterns of bridles, stirrups, tassles and picturesque stallions. (addresshome.com) Sweet Dreams The Flo Mattress is available in two…

1 min.
shopping spree

Raise the bar! Hold your cocktail glass in style and flaunt your drink with these must have glasses in your bar RESEARCH: YUKTI KASERA What's the time? Wall clocks are not just used for showing time, they have aesthetic dimensions as well. Unify purpose and style together with these wall clocks for your space RESEARCH: YUKTI KASERA Buddha Bliss Find peace in a piece of art through the wisdom and simplicity of buddha RESEARCH: MEHAK GUPTA Throw Glam As the cold ensues, wrap yourself in one of these glamorous throws or lay it upon a sofa to add a personal touch RESEARCH: MEHAK GUPTA…

1 min.
player up

Just like Ludo, decorating your interiors with the right colours also requires some strategies. Pick up the player/colour of your choice and get inspired!…

2 min.
set the table

The Medusa Rhapsody collection of Rosenthal made of fine porcelain adds the Versace touch to any dining room. Crafted out of the highest quality porcelain, the collection consists of tableware, coffee and tea sets, étagères and home decor such as vases, ashtrays and decorative dishes. The Medusa and baroque flowers are painted in opulent golden shades, while key items feature the Versace 90s vintage logo label. Kaunteya presents the Byah collection. This is the Phad painting art, a 700-year-old legacy from Rajasthan, which represents the extensive rituals of an Indian wedding. Carefully selected are black and gold - the colour black signifying mystery, while gold signifying wisdom. Quite a lot like a marriage, which is a mysterious journey of finding each other; trying to know each other’s soul, making errors and…