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You are really lucky if you have a terrace or balcony no matter how small. The challenge is to make it usable, aesthetically pleasing and practical, all at the same time. If you have a balcony and like conventional Indian aunties, you are just using it to dry clothes, you have absolutely no idea how much you are missing out on or how huge an idiot you are.


Most modern Indian homes, especially urban apartments do not integrate a dedicated entryway or foyer space in the interior design. The main door opens into the living room area directly and with no foyer area there is usually no dedicated space for items like car keys, newspapers and mail etc., and especially storage for shoes that most people remove at the door.


Tired of your old furniture? Confused about what furniture to buy for your interiors? From where? And which ones to choose? Find out how to shop smartly for the best furniture to create interior design that combines comfort, quality and style!


If you are not a carpenter, a DIY person or a general handyman, in all probability you do not know the difference between the MDF and Plywood. For woodworkers it's an all important question. While plywood and MDF have their pros and cons, each can be preferred for individual applications. It’s important to know the differences between the two and the way they’re engineered. The information given below will show you what each comprises of and the advantages and disadvantages of both.


India and its architectural designs are famous for its decadent design and the love for intensive kaleidoscopic colors. But recently, Indian designers have gotten on the minimalistic bandwagon along with the rest of the world.