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The Ideal Home and Garden

The Ideal Home and Garden October 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

Have you ever thought about the quickest and easiest makeover you can do to your house? No! Let’s think of walls as blank canvases, waiting to be filled with colours to come alive. How would you make that happen? It’s time to broaden your horizons; there is a world of paint colours out there, from brilliant blues, soft pinks, modern lilacs and many others. The options are literally endless. So, to surprise you, we have got inspiration galore with perfect paint colour ideas from the industry’s who’s who. After all, it is that time of the year to welcome fresh and energetic vibes. It is also important to enhance the aesthetic appeal of your decor, and create the mood and ambiance of your living space. Therefore, good lighting plays a…

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Yummy Treats A complete foodie. I always look forward to the mouth-watering recipes that TIHG churns issue after issue. The September issue of the magazine was no different. However, what surprised me this time was the ‘menu’. As usual, I was expecting a new food recipe that I could experiment with in my kitchen. Instead what treated my palate was some simple, yet delicious easy and quick to make Indian delicacies. Once in a while it’s good to take your readers by surprise. Three cheers! Chandni Asumal, New Delhi Amazing Destinations As a family, we love to travel and explore various resorts and beautiful places. We browse through different travel magazines to get a clear idea about which destination would be ideal for the entire family to travel together and is also safe. Options…

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letter of the month

An Honourable Guide The homes getting featured in TIHG are with every issue becoming the talk of the town. It’s a wonderful blend of national and international homes. Clean, less-cluttered and a mix of the traditional and the modern would be the right words to describe such homes. Images are more powerful than words goes the saying. It aptly fits the bill when it comes to such pretty homes. They not only make a good read, but also give a wide perspective of how the decor of a home could be done without compromising on space and also without altering much of the existing area. I am looking forward to more such passionate homes from India and abroad.…

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Sophisticated, simple and timeless, Copycat by Michael Anastassiades draws its inspiration from the spherical shapes. The table lamp is made of two touching spheres that hold up each other in a delicate and poetic balance. The smaller sphere, available in several finishes, hides an LED source that radiates the lighting beam inside the blow glass sphere, thus delivering a smooth and uniform light. The unique as well as seamless design of the lamp compliments all kinds of interiors and decor schemes. Available at Vis-a-vis. Guilt-free Indulgence It is time to shun oily foods for good. Lesser the oil, fitter we are. Keeping this in mind, TTK Prestige has introduced the all new Air Fryer, which is being touted as a healthy alternative to fried foods. Here the food will taste exactly like…

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behind the design

Sharing their love for the handcrafted heritage of India, the husband-wife duo Samkit and Namrata aim to bring together Indian artisanal techniques and international design trends Inspiration behind the name Home Artisan An artisan is guided by a singular passion - a relentless pursuit of mastery of his or her craft. That is a value that strongly resonates with us. The collections reflect? Our current collections are inspired primarily by three contemporary trends: Scandinavian and mid-century modern design, gold colour palette and geometrics, and nature and natural materials. What cheers you up at work? More than anything, what really cheers us up is reviews and feedback from our customers. Working with artisans? Working with artisans has been a truly amazing and fulfilling experience for us. It has been humbling to see the level of dedication and skill they…

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autumn tinge