The Next Big Thing in Interior Design

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  • Open and large entrances, as well as hallways making way to the gardens, create a feeling of peace as you first step inside.
  • Hallways to be kept wider-than-average. It allows more natural light and fresh air to seep in. The extra space created helps decrease the visual space of dark corridors.
  • Open-plan kitchen, dining, and living rooms
  • A place meant just for relaxation should have a large master suite with sheer fabric and blinds to control different light levels.
  • A walk-in wardrobe that is fully integrated
  • Natural materials.
  • Timber.
  • Soft, soothing colors.
  • Spaces that connect to nature.
  • Furniture with curves.
  • Indoor plants.
  • Use Curved furniture as they have a relaxing and comforting feel to them.
  • Use soothing colors
  • Use one color or hue in different shades
  • Add in plenty of greenery
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WallsToHome Interiors

WallsToHome Interiors

Bangalore based Interior designing firm with design experience of 100+ projects.