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Residential Interior Designing

Sofa Upholstery Fabric Guide

What’s the best fabric for my sofa? A question that we get quite often, especially when visiting showrooms with clients. The choices available in the market can feel overwhelming. Whether you’re customizing a furniture piece or buying it off the shelf, it’s important to know the difference between upholstery ...

  • By Maria Dinshaw
  • Oct 2020

Designer’s Tips for Selecting Fabric and Customizing Curtains

When it comes to fabric selection, the number of choices can feel overwhelming. How do you choose the one that’s right for your home? In this guide to curtain selection, we’ve put together the most important parameters to consider to ensure that your curtains look amazing, are easy to maintain, and last a lon...

  • By Maria Dinshaw
  • Oct 2020

Property Buying Tips every Home Buyer should Know

Buying a house is something that most people do only once or twice in their lifetimes. With an investment as profound as a home, one must consider a variety of parameters before deciding on proceeding with the investment. Our tips for homebuyers are an invaluable guide to selecting the right property for your family. ...

  • By Maria Dinshaw
  • May 2020

Five ways to make your Rented House feel like Home

So you’ve just signed a new lease on an apartment/house. Now starts the process of converting it into a home. If you have a plan this can be an exciting DIY project for the whole family and a bonding activity as well. Try capitalizing on this opportunity as it only comes along once in a while. Here are some of the w...

  • By Maria Dinshaw
  • Apr 2020

10 Benefits of Turnkey Interior Design Firms

What is a turnkey interior design service and how is it different from other interior design services?A turnkey interior design service is one that combines the interior design and interior construction process under one umbrella. Turnkey interior design firms will offer you a design and build service that takes care ...

  • By Maria Dinshaw
  • Feb 2020

How to Choose the Right Designer for your Project

Areas of specialization Broadly there are two areas of specialization in interiors. Residential and commercial. In the residential segment, we have apartments/studios and independent dwellings such as single-family homes, rowhouses, etc. In the commercial segment, we have office spaces, hospitality spaces and ...

  • By Maria Dinshaw
  • Jan 2020

5 Ways to Restyle a Rented Home

Owning a property is always a preferred option, but with Mumbai property prices being as high as they are, more and more people are opting for renting a flat.  So how do you make your rental apartment into a place you actually want to come home to? There are quick and easy home décor ideas to add style, taste, a...

  • By Maria Dinshaw
  • Jun 2019

What to Look for When Buying Your First Home

When buying a new home, most people have a pretty good idea of what they generally want – square foot area, number of bedrooms, locality, budget etc.  But let’s look at some of the finer points and lesser known luxuries of home interior design. See which ones strike a chord with you. This way, when you’re...

  • By Maria Dinshaw
  • Jun 2019

A Clutter Free Wardrobe in 3 Easy Steps

Living in compact urban apartments teaches you how to organize.  When Kaizad and I got married, we lived (very happily) in a tiny 600 square foot 1BHK nestled in the quiet neighbourhood of Mount Mary, Bandra.  It was a wonderful time. We were focused on work, growing the firm, and the home functioned like a...

  • By Maria Dinshaw
  • Jun 2019

Where to Start: A Guide for First Time Home Buyers

As residential interior designers in Mumbai, we see a lot of first time home buyers.  People come to us to make their dream home, but fail to understand that creating a home really starts at selecting the right neighborhood, building, and flat layout.  These are the foundation blocks of comfort. If you have...

  • By Maria Dinshaw
  • Jun 2019

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