Showing posts from April, 2020

8 Ways To Bring Nature Into Your Space

In the interior design world, the colour green induces calmness, relaxation, freshness and elevates one's mood levels making them happy. Being humans, we have a bond with nature which is innate. The great outdoors are breathtaking that we want to bring them inside even if it means to add a bed of pebbles in our gardens or a terrarium to set the mind at ease after a hectic day. Here are a few tips if you wish to carry nature straight into your home. 1. Indoor Plants There’s no better way to bring the outdoors in than with indoor plants. Get some easy maintenance plants like Split Leaf Philodendrons, Peace Lilies, Snake Plants, Fiddle Leaf Figs, Asparagus Fern, Cacti, Aloe Vera. Plants like rubber trees are easy to grow and maintain and get as tall as eight feet, adding significant style to your space. You don't need lots of shelf or floor space to start an indoor garden. Coffee tables, side tables, and room corners are all great places for putting plants. An important aspe

How To Create A Well-Designed Office Space At Home

With the novel virus pandemic, our world is changing before our eyes and many of us are now confined to working from home to stay safe as a community and country. Those who were already working from home have probably aced the home office environment routine and are doing just fine, while most of us who are new to this are taking baby steps to fit into the home-office zone. With this new regime, we may sometimes feel exhausted, bone tired, groggy, distracted, and feel anxious about the insecurities of being unproductive. To rule out all these, we have solutions on how to design your home office space and be successful. 1.  Choose Your Designated Work Space Among other things, first and foremost, the biggest decision you will have to make is designating a place to work. If you're planning to sit at a kitchen or breakfast counter or maybe even in the living room, make sure that there is less traffic of people walking around, less human contact, less noise and less distraction

10 Home Office Tables That Make Your Working More Comfortable

With the nationwide lockdown due to the COVID-19, most of the companies have resurrected the earlier not-so-popular concept of 'working from home' keeping in mind the safety of the employees. Working from home may have sounded cool just a few weeks back, but now it has churned into a anxiety factor because of the long confinement or isolation indoors. This brings us to the question - how can we make our home-office environment less stressful and more comforting. While working from home requires a lot of discipline, a schedule and focus, here are 10 Home-Office Tables that are ergonomic, multi-functional, aesthetically pleasing, versatile and elevate your comfort level for a productive work experience. 1. Phantom Designed by architect Mauro Lipparini, Phantom displays meticulous attention to detail. The line of the desk is centred around the combination of different materials and finishes including wood, lacquer, marble and glass. The Phantom has drawers for storage.