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Architectural designs have evolved a lot in the last decade. More and more people are opting for open houses that let in a lot of light. The contemporary homes provide an elegance that has people of all ages swooning. With the current trend of shrinking the overall area of homes, wall partitions are a great idea to divide your room into private and public spaces. With the absence of a dining hall, a wall partition is a great way to split your hall into a dining area and living area.


An interior designer and an interior decorator may seem to be the same thing. However, in essence, they are two very different kinds of professions all together. Why is that? Read on to learn the answer. You will be very glad that you did. Especially, if you don't know the difference between the two, and have always wanted to know the difference. What is the difference between an interior decorator and an interior designer? First of all, they are often mistaken for being the very same thing, but they do have some existing similarities. Nonetheless, they are terms, which are not interchangeable.


HomeTriangle.com's "Homeowner Styles" series features contributions from style savvy homeowners who open the doors to their home to welcome the HomeTriangle audience and share their thoughts and ideas about the special spots in their homes and the aesthetic elements that came together to craft one of a kind decor and interiors. In this feature Neha Agarwal describes a friend's modern-minimalist and stylish home which comes with plenty of storage for her family's passions - sports and gadgets.