The Ideal Home and Garden June 2021

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
Språk:
English
Utgiver:
Next Gen Publishing Limited
Hyppighet:
Interrupted
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1 min
from the editor’s desk

Think positive. That’s what I’ve been telling myself and that is also what I want to convey, now that the pandemic situation seems to be a bit under control. It has been gratifying to see things improve around us, with the combined effort of so many people. Genuinely grateful to every single person who chipped in! Things seem to be improving so why not lift up our spirits and get our homes the care and attention that they deserve, especially as we still try to stay safe inside our homes. With that thought in mind, we have turned our eye towards adding more beauty and comfort to the space that is truly just for us: the bedroom. Bedrooms are ideally the spaces in our homes that offer us healing relaxation after…

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2 min
letter of the month

Positivity from TIHG is one of the things that helped me in these difficult times. The aesthetic and functional vision for a beautiful home has made me think of the changes that I would want to integrate into my interiors as well. The green decor options particular engaged me as it had just the vibrancy that I have been looking for. And they offered me a way to add a new energy to my existing space. Samaira Sood, Pune We have just moved into a new city and with it deciding the new look for our home has been one of our main tasks. With all the designed homes that TIHG has featured in their magazine, as well as on Instagram, me and my husband have gradually laded on a look that…

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3 min
june

A RICH EXPRESSION Integrating traditional goodness, Asian Paints’ ‘Sabyasachi III, Heartland’ collection brings us into the aesthetic melody of the Indian heartland. These carefully envisioned wall coverings by Sabyasachi for Nilaya, bring in the calm and warm comfort of long standing culture. The vibrancy of each wall covering conveys a romantic vision, full of vibrant beauty that captures with its hopeful allure. The collection’s aesthetics are conveyed through three themes, Baug, Udeypore and Indienne, all of which are storytelling mediums immersed in traditional Indian arts like Pichwai and Sanganeri tent art. Baug tries to capture the velvety twilight colours of the sky at the time when the sun is sinking and the moon is on the rise, and the Udeypore theme is all about the myth and grandeur of the eternal…

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1 min
add on excellence

FROM TOWELS TO BATHROOM FIXTURES, EVERY ADDITION TO YOUR BATHROOM SPACE IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO ADD EXTRA ZING TO ITS LOOK. PLAN IN ADVANCE AND PICK EACH PIECE THAT MATCHES YOUR OVERALL VISION OF A NEUTRAL SPACE, A COLOURFUL ONE, A PASTEL ONE OR ANY OTHER KIND.…

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6 min
crafting home stories

RASHMI RANADE Founder & Lead Designer, Studio Coppre A social-venture formally conceptualised in 2014, Studio Coppre works for the promotion and preservation of handcrafting traditions through design and marketing intervention. Rashmi Ranade is the Founder and Lead Designer at Studio Coppre. The brand works alongside traditional metalworking artisans and brings them into the economic mainstream through the agencies of design, marketing and financial interventions. Rashmi believes that India’s traditional crafts, skills, creativity, traditions and narratives are valuable indigenous knowledge banks. At a time when the world is re-looking and placing great value on handcrafting, it cannot be stressed enough that India’s crafts can in many ways offer new and novel experiences which are constantly being sought. Alumni of Sir J. J. College of Architecture, Rashmi has a specialisation in Product Design from IDC,…

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1 min
small changes

AIDING FUNCTIONALITY AND AESTHETICS, SMALL PIECES OF FURNITURE ARE A GREAT WAY TO MAKE A BIG CHANGE THAT IS COST EFFECTIVE AND REQUIRES MINIMUM EFFORT. STOOLS, SIDE TABLES, CHAIRS AND OTHER SMALL FURNITURE PIECES CAN JAZZ UP YOUR SPACE WHILE GIVING YOU SOME ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONALITY BY GRANTING SPACE TO SIT ON OR PLACE THINGS OVER.…

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