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The Ideal Home and Garden

The Ideal Home and Garden February 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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editor’s note

Furniture fairs and design festivals have been proliferating around the globe, filling up calendars with an extensive list of potential business trips. But professionally, I feel, few of the fairs are worthwhile for investing time and resources as it is good to have the pulse of what’s going on in the world. We will surely give you a sneak peak into what’s hitting the trend market this year. Sometimes I feel that creativity can flow out of any of us. Beyond classical painting and sculpture, different art mediums open up a host of possibilities. The feature on such talented artists (pg 95) reminds us that the best kind of art is the one that leaves an experience. The powerful visual design style Art Deco is a universal style that combines classical craft…

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inbox

Creating Magic The articles in TIHG are nothing short of magic. Each article is different and sets high standards. One such article, which I really enjoyed reading was ‘Paper Magicians’ in the January issue. We take paper for granted in our day to day use. However, the 6 artists have proved that paper can be used creatively as a piece of art. The ‘Design Rapid Fire’ section is my most favourite, as I know the next issue (February 2017) will surely churn out something different. Aparna Kadam, Mumbai A Long Journey TIHG has completed 10 years, and that itself is a testimony to the fact how good and innovative the magazine is. In fact, in the last twelve months TIHG has become more innovative and visually more appealing. Interestingly, ‘Cover Focus’ and ‘Cover Focus…

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letter of the month

A Complete Makeover Home interiors have undergone a sea-change in the last 5 years. Today, home owners are well educated about what they need in their home and how they want their house to look like design wise. The article ‘Design Upgrades’ in the January 2017 issue of TIHG was an eye opener on what’s the latest trend in the market. Views of prolific designers and their ideation makes the article very special. A request to the editor – It would be nice if there can be a page on Q&A with architects and interior designers. Shruti Sharma, Noida…

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trend-in

Product of the Month The silver leaf and marble Ostentation screen by Memoir resonates the true essence of refinement and luxury. A screen of four panels in silver leafs, each panel constitutes of one marble plate conferring the piece a unique charm. The pieces are gently joined together as if suspended from above, promoting the lightness of the creation. (www.memoir.pt) A New Trend Ishanya, located at Pune announces the grand opening of Ashley Furniture HomeStore, the largest home furniture store brand from America. From contemporary to classical, from solid wood to compressed wood, from fabrics to wall finishes, Ashley Furniture HomeStore is home to them all. Iconic Centerpieces Roche Bobois all new collection of accessories and decorative pieces are elegant and sophisticated. These include beautiful lamps, ceramic vases, quaint tables, cushions and throws in vivid colours…

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behind the design

Design to me... is like solving a problem. A good design is one that works. Through my designs... I dream to beautify homes by adding character to them. I like to make a living space more personal for my clients by adding something that also portrays their personality. I draw inspiration from... all cities and countries I visit. I love to travel and each time get inspired with its culture, people and surroundings. The design era that fascinates me the most... is pop art. What I’ve always loved about my work is... that it’s fun, quirky, yet simple and ideal price range for gifting. Kivik Designs collection includes... a huge variety of home decor and lifestyle products like photo frames, jewellery stands, trays, graphical laundry baskets, phone covers, vases, cake platters, stationary organisers, ceramic cups and platters, bar accessories, cushion covers…

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