Kitchen Ideas for You!

Kitchen Ideas for You!

The kitchen is the most vibrant place in a home. There's always something cooking! We spend so much time and energy preparing wholesome meals with love for our family. And when we spend so much time here, it is only obvious it creates a space that's both creative and beautiful.

So, if you're thinking to give your kitchen a facelift this festive season, here are some ideas to inspire you. These ideas revolve around redoing your cabinets and not changing your entire kitchen, saving you some big bucks.

Now, if you are on a tight budget but still need that makeover, then is article is for you. We handhold you through the process step-wise, so you can paint cabinets like a pro.

Classic Hues
Whites and neutral shades like beige, etc. give the room an expansive look. They complement any kind of wall colour and look stylish at the same time, making them the most popular shade for kitchen cabinets.

Dual Shades
Dual shades give the space a more colourful look. You can paint the upper and lower cabinets in two different colours. There are multiple colour combinations to choose from. You can try the classic black and white combo or contrast colour combo.

Bright Shades
Bring the energy back into your kitchen by painting the cabinets in bright colours like yellow, green, turquoise blue or gold. Keep in mind your current wall colour in order to seamlessly match the scheme. When you use vibrant colours, it is best to stick to neutral wall colours so that the cabinets stand out.

So, this festive season, give your kitchen a quick makeover with this simple trick and don't forget to have fun with it. Here's wishing you a very happy Diwali!

 

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Living in matchbox like city apartments, it becomes a mammoth of a task to include indoor greenery in your décor. However, a little piece of green can add a whole new meaning to your small space. In this article, learn how you can incorporate indoor plants and breathe fresh new life into your home. Here are some plants you can pot in the corners of your homes without compromising on space. These are hassle free, low maintenance plants that you can manage easily.

  1. Dendrobium and Phaeleonopsis Orchids: Orchids grow easily and add colour and freshness to the entire space. These plants actually do not need too much sunlight or water; in fact people tend to over care and kill the plants.
  2. The Fiddle Leaf Fig: This plant belongs to the fig family. It grows in hot climates, so it requires less water. It grows slowly and needs occasional chopping to keep it in shape. Dust it regularly and it looks stunning.
  3. The Strelitzia: A low maintenance plant, Strelitzia grows in tropical regions and requires indirect sunlight. It looks great with its soft flat leaves out in all directions. You have to water it once a week and regularly mist t during winter, when the air is dry.
  4. Dracaena reflexa: Dracaena reflexa or "Song of India" is easy to identify and is the most commonly used indoor plant with green and yellow leaves. It grows very easily with medium light and absorbs unwanted chemicals like formaldehyde, toluene, and xylene.
  5. Bromeliad: This one belongs to the pineapple family – the bromeliaceae species. It lasts for a very long period of time. Just like the pineapple, it grows side shoots that substitute the original plant. It requires 70 degrees temperature and is idle for growing at home.
  6. Jade Plant: This one is found largely in parts native to South Africa, these plants absorb and retain water in their round leaves. Since it's a typical desert plant, it requires no water, if you water them, they go inactive. Whereas no water allows them to rehydrate. Take care of the shallow roots as these can rot easily.

Whether you have a green thumb or no, indoor plants are a must-have to add the freshness no other element can!

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Tired of the same old colour combinations for your home and want to try something new? We present you with a list of unimagined colour combinations! Take your décor to the next level by trying these unexpected duos to achieve a stylish space. These colour palettes will surely mesmerize your senses and put you in a good mood. Welcome home these surprise elements and have fun along the way.

Teal + Rust
This is one colour combination that hasn't been explored much. However in reality, this duo looks stunning. You can experiment with deep red-brown hued furniture, along with copper accents and blue walls. It gives the space a cool refreshing look almost familiar of fall.

Navy Blue + Fuchsia
Neons are big this year and they look good with almost any colour. To achieve an exotic look for your bedroom, you can use a combination of navy blue along with a bright fuchsia. These colours are not only contrasting but also make for a good looking combo. You can go for antique furniture to give the room a quirky edge.

Coral + Emerald Greenhide
Another colour that has made a huge comeback is coral. This tropical hue looks great with both light and dark shades. Take inspiration from nature and pair it with emerald greenhide to achieve a Brazilian sea front look. Use coral for accessories like cushion covers, throws and chairs. This combination looks amazing and fun for all kinds of bedroom spaces.

Orange + Shades of Bluehide
A vibrant shade of tangerine paired subtly with blue may never be the obvious choice of any interior designer. But it is all about pushing the envelope and experimenting with colours to create something exceptionally beautiful. You can go for subdued shades of orange and blue. The orange can be used as an accent colour for furniture and accessories for a sudden vibe of colour.

Last but not the least, try having fun with colours to really get the best out of them. Don't shy away from them. After all, colours are our only escape to break away from the shackles of monotony. Let your home be the canvas for your imagination!

 

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