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The Ideal Home and Garden

The Ideal Home and Garden June 2020

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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editor’s note

Working remotely has become the new norm. My colleagues and family members have become faces I see only on-screen these days. Yes, I know we have to adjust, and change the way we do things and even in the middle of this pandemic, we have found ways to keep moving - at a distance. And yet I find it difficult sometimes, my screen time has increased to 15 hours a day, I have been diagnosed with a rare eye problem, but like they say, ‘The show must go on.’ Team TIHG recognises the hard times that everyone is facing during this COVID 19 crisis, but we would like to assure you that we are doing our best to keep you engaged and motivated through various mediums and platforms. I am…

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letter of the month

Design Elites The May 2020 issue of TIHG was a big treat in itself. The article where ten top designers of repute from different backgrounds sharing their experience, expertise and skills was a delight to read. The article gave a lot of insight about how with proper planning set goals can be a c h i eve d . The editor should focus more on such designers/architects once every alternate issue or after every three issues. Sarvesh Pradhan, Mumbai Garden Trends A good garden is always a great inspiration. I have a terrace flat and I am keen on having a terrace garden. I have read a few issues of TIHG in the past where I did come across amazing articles on gardening, both indoor and outdoor. I want to best utilise my space,…

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Inspired by the purity and movement of water, the ‘Ice Cube Flower Vase’ launched by Yasanche is a spell binding accessory by virtue of its realistic detailing. As part of the Water Series by the brand, the incredible decor accessory made in translucent resin is the output of eight intricate hand-processed techniques that render each piece different. Thus making the final product with its noticeable ‘cracked effect’ to replicate real melting ice, a striking visual delight for any space.(yasanche.com) 1. The Stoned Version Classic Marble Company has introduced the emperador chiara and the dantea from its KalingaStone marble range. The two engineered products are marble slabs in shades of brown and beige, carrying the classic swirl patterns across their surfaces. The combo installation offers refinement and adds a dash of opulence to…

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behind the design

Brinda Patel, Designer/ Founder, Abstrac Home Abstrac Home is all about... Conceptual Home Textiles - holistically handmade from start to finish. An Ahmedabad based design studio, focusing on innovating textile surfaces and various new concepts for soft furnishings. Design for you is.... Connecting age old artisanal techniques and craftsmanship with modern day sensibilities to deliver contemporary aesthetics. Through my designs... The designs hold on to their own aesthetics along with them being sustainably created. Try to speak an ardent language of timelessness. The designs are created to last, in style, colours. I draw inspirations from... What I observe in and around in my day to day life. I feel inspiration is right beside me, while walking, working, travelling or doing any base activity. The design era that fascinates me the most... I am truly intrigued by the whole design community…

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centre of attraction

A centre table is always a good option for living rooms, to create the idea of an amplified space. Pick the right one and you are good to go!…

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truly incredible

“NEST by Arpit Agarwal is a brand of notebooks/ journals, jewellery, lifestyle and home decor products etc. inspired by the symbols, culture and crafts of the picturesque and unexplored paradise of North-Eastern India: 8 vividly different states from one another. The brand’s effort is to capture and explore the immense rich heritage of north-east, its diverse wildlife, flora, fauna and its colorful people. The digital medium allows us to explore a lot and reach a much wider audience. Although as a brand we have developed collections inspired by traditional art and craft, with this pandemic it becomes our responsibility to help the craft sector to bounce back. So traditionally manufactured home decor products and accessories will be the way forward.” Arpit Agarwal, Founder, NEST by Arpit Agarwal “Kriti Handmade - Folkloric Design…