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Jeweled Coffers

Jeweled Coffers
textures all the way!

textures all the way!

You can be happy, when your personal style is reflected in your space. With the new year here, there’s a lot to look forward to. Lush greens, dancing palms, buds plump with life, colors waiting to explode…get the drift? Translate this burst of life into your indoors and give it a look that’s yours and yours alone.

Texture is only second to the immediate impact of color. In our books, it is just as important in terms of what it contributes to the feel of your room. Sensual and tactile, textural fabrics add a sense of comfort. The term ‘texture’ usually describes the way light plays on the surface of a fabric. Shiny or silky cloths reflect light, making the surface look brighter, so they are often used to make a space seem larger. In contrast rough-hewn weaves absorb light, and can create a cozy, relaxed atmosphere. When combined with color, texture can be used to add a sense of luxury.

If you like the whole textured look, opt for fabrics like Continue reading “Jeweled Coffers” »

Work the Look !

Work the Look !
Grandiose

Grandiose

A grand opening

There are treatments and designs today that will transform your entrance from ordinary to extraordinary. For the home owner whose abode faces buildings on all sides, expansive, foldable doors ensure privacy, even as they create a seamless floor plan. Besides, they act as a clever screen between two large areas and, you can even increase the style quotient with unique door patterns.

Use steel, the malleable nature of which makes it great to work with. Be it straight laced, curvy patterns or even abstract art, the possibilities are endless. And textures can differ too. Importantly, the finish you give your overall entrance should ideally highlight all the hard work that’s gone into the door design.

 

 

 

double doors with glass

double doors with glass

Steely resolve

Work with glass-paneled doors for that lovely old world charm. Red, blue, green, yellow… a wide spectrum of colors will work. Brick walls and high ceilings will accentuate the look. Use a simple door frame to bring the look together.

The ring door design is strikingly bold and will inspire even the most traditional of mindsets. Perforated steel sheets also look lovely on a sliding door.

 

 

 

FIREPLACES

The sight of fireplaces can bring back sweet and nostalgic memories of Continue reading “Work the Look !” »

Indo-Western Ensembles

Indo-Western Ensembles
Vedic Weaves

Vedic Weaves

Ethnic wear needs to strike a balance between classic glamour and edgy urban chic. Having an eclectic mix of stylish custs with flawless details and not-so-busy flowy chiffons or crapes. Ultimate goal is to strive for fusion of feminity and strength in a perfectly beautiful coexistence.

Indo-western clothing represents an amalgamation of vibrant embroideries of Kelash and Sindh. It is well known for its bridal, pret-a-porter and haute Couture lines. Fusion clothing caters to a range of smart casuals, luxury pret wear and classic formals. It’s style ethos is based on understated elegance with a balance of trendy and eastern elements whose work truly reflects the heart of authentic skilled hand craft which defines south asian culture. Ethnic luxurious formal wear collections are beautifully enlaiden with zardozi kaam and miniature embroidery with delicate detailing of sequin and bead work. Most collections comprise luxury formals and modern pret wear that experiment with patterns, figures and faces and displays a bold color pallet. Some designs showcase aesthetic abilities and distinctly alluring ensembles. bright color silk screen print ready-to-wear semi-formals are a force to rekon with. Strong in intricate handcrafts and classic silhouettes. New fusion fashions are emerging rapidly, as designers compete to produce designs in tune with current trends.

Thin line of clothing caters mainly to working women who are looking for contemporary fresh designs and cuts Chikankari fabrics – is a classic art from the sub-continent dating back to Mughal period and Continue reading “Indo-Western Ensembles” »