Gone are the days when artwork or photographs were the only acceptable things to hang on a wall. Nowadays, rugs, plates and even plants can be found adorning home walls. One of the biggest trends lately is basket walls, a humble and budget-friendly way to add some personality to flat walls.
Home improvement can be a challenging task for a lot of people. We asked people to share their home problems so that we could give them easy-to-follow solutions. Read on to know all about it so that it can give you insights and proper steps that you need to take if you are facing similar issues.
COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the lives of people globally. With a strict lockdown in most countries to contain the spread of the virus, business and economy have been disrupted. The true impact of the virus attack is unfathomable, with most industries coming to a screaming halt and the catastrophe turning the world upside down.
Your living space is all about expressing yourself and bringing joy. We all know that travelling creates wonderful memories, and integrating these memories into your décor can make you happy. However, the stringent restrictions put in place to curb the spread of the contagious coronavirus have virtually brought the whole world to a standstill. The lockdown period is doubly hard for those who had had numerous travel plans for the coming months, be it for work or pleasure.
If you resort to cranking up the air conditioning to cope with the sweltering summer heat, you are alone. In fact, going by some reports, India’s cooling energy consumption is said to grow around 2.2 times by 2027, perhaps a desperate attempt to deal with rapidly warming temperatures around the globe. However, there are ways you can keep your home cool naturally. These 8 smart tips will help you preserve the environment, cut down electricity costs and create a budget-friendly summer paradise.
With the outbreak of COVID-19, social distancing has become a part of our vocabulary since the past month. Our lives now depend on staying home to fight against the pandemic. Amidst this global health crisis, we thought it would be interesting to reach out to some of the best interior designers and architects we know who are responsible for creating beautiful living spaces and who value beautiful living, to see how they are coping with being cooped up at their home.
Being stuck at home for the foreseeable future was not something most of us envisioned at the beginning of the year. Our summer plans are on hold indefinitely and we have been advised to stay at home until the pandemic is in control. During this time, our home, our four walls protect us from the dangers of the world and keep us safe. Within these walls, we must work, exercise, feed and entertain ourselves, teach our children and then feel relaxed enough to fall asleep at night, only to do the same thing the next day. If we don’t adapt our living spaces to fit this new reality, we could start feeling trapped. If being homebound is making you feel bored, frustrated and anxious, or if you are looking to do something, stay positive while staying in with these tips to keep your spirits up and home in order.
Buying your first home is one of the biggest life decisions. It can be equal parts exciting and terrifying to be the owner of your first home. After you have made a life-changing decision, picking an area, figuring out your finances, finding a suitable house to meet your family’s requirements and preparing for a move can be overwhelming.