What is Vastu?Vastu is the ultimate gamut of ancient architectural insights that develop into a unique system to establish the rules of designing homes and residences. The aim of this ancient Indian architecture is to shed light on the hidden potenti…
Much like our bodies, we prefer our homes to be as fit from the inside as from the outside. If you notice any interior design that you end up loving, you will notice that harmony runs consistently through the interior and the exterior of the construc…
Many homeowners who have small bedrooms feel like the options of designing it are few as they are limited by the space available to them. Smaller bedrooms have umpteen benefits when compared to larger ones as they are cozier and budget-friendly.
Believe it or not, the fact is that most of us secretly prefer the small bedroom over the large one. The small bedrooms are cozy, welcoming, and you don’t have to waste money and energy planning for a seating arrangement that you will seldom use.
Bedroom is a place of comfort and relaxation where everyone wants the best. As a personal oasis to rejuvenate people want it to be their ultimate heaven on earth with the right furniture, furnishings, lighting and all the necessary luxuries that they…
The bedroom is incomplete without a proper closet or wardrobe. But most of the time while designing a room we end up with a not-so-modern fixture that stands out like a sore thumb.
It's no secret that we all desire a beautiful bedroom, extravagantly designed as we see in Bollywood movies. But the reality is that it is more important to create a mood-boosting bedroom full of positive vibes and soothing calmness.
When the shape of the bedroom is itself challenging such as one that’s long and rectangular, decorating it also becomes a challenge. Though it will sound strange but the fact is that bed is the most passive piece of furniture in the bedroom.
The bedroom is a personal space, away from public view, and how you decorate and organise it is your prerogative. There was a time when bedroom wardrobes were considered just cupboards that helped to keep the room organised.
Real estate in India is getting more expensive, and with it, homes are getting smaller. This affects the layout and decoration of small bedrooms with wardrobes as there doesn’t seem to be any space left for a TV, a cabinet or even a chair.