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But first: how many cushions is too many cushions? From a modern minimalism perspective, it’s about quantity that gives quality. Your cushions are beautiful on their own, but from the POV of finishing touches, you want to choose the ones

We’re fans of planning space design and styling around the fabrics or wallpapers, instead of leaving those for the end. As an extension of this thought, we say, why not do the same with a marble table?  BUT, WHY MARBLE TABLES? Marble

The latest home décor and design trend steadily climbing the popularity charts, is all about making your precious pet(s) feel safer, more comfortable and more stylish (why not?) at home.   WHY BARKITECTURE IS IMPORTANT  Let’s take a moment to think about the 

“I’m pushing the pause button because I can’t change the existential reality of the times, but I can adapt my responses to it.” It begins with pauses, deep breaths and honest decisions for a purposeful, content, and fulfilling life. That calls

Marble has indisputable natural-luxe meets power-statement appeal. It’s the scale and proportion of application that we’ve to be most mindful of.  Why Marvel at Marble? Sheer sensory impact of its natural colour, grain, and texture - all of which say something about

Dialogues on life in the pandemic are blurring boundaries between ‘science and spirituality.’ Amongst them, the vibrational healing power of plants is capturing attention.  For space ideation designers, artists, stylists, opinion-makers, and ofcourse, all of us together, in our homes, the

Biophilia is a term coined by one of the world’s most brilliant naturalists, who we sadly lost in December 2021. Edward O. Wilson - American biologist, writer, and Harvard professor nicknamed ‘Ant Man,’ ‘Father of Socio-biology,’ and ‘Father of Biodiversity’

Here’s a quick and crisp overview of our home fabrics and furnishings services.  Whether you enjoy spending time in-store, or browsing on our website online, we’d like you to feel that you’re interacting with a concepts-driven lifestyle experience, and not just

Social psychology tells us how the human tendency to be ‘drawn’ to lights reflects primal programming: our instincts for a sense of community, for discoveries and explorations have associations with fire -  and lights - that are as old as