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It is a popular belief that your home reflects your personality. From the color palette you choose to the choice and design of your décor, people can learn more about you through the style of your home. But if you’re not well versed in decorating and choosing the wrong furniture for your space, you could confuse guests visiting your home. LuxeBook spoke with experts Sonali Batra and Akshita Sekhri, founders of Mi Casa, Sarah Sham, principal designer of Essajees Atelier, Abhishek Kathuria, founder and creative director of Rosabagh, and Saba Kapoor, co-founder and designer of Nivasa, to find out how you can choose furniture adequate.
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“Choosing the right furniture is essential to creating an environment that aligns with your taste or taste. There are several variables that determine what needs to be considered when looking for furniture for your living spaces,” says Abhishek Kathuria, founder and creative director of Rosabagh. Kathuria believes that one of the essential ingredients is investing in timeless vintage pieces that embody the timeless quality of craftsmanship. Although we see the market being flooded with contemporary and modern furniture brands, vintage pieces will never go out of style. Saba Kapoor of Nivasa suggests that when it comes to choosing furniture, you should consider the style, the aesthetic that suits you best, and the actual dimensions and layout of the space. You need to ask yourself the question: “What do you really want to use the space for? For example, if you were choosing a sofa, you might want to consider whether it should be leather. or fabric? What should be the height of the seat? is it for older people? is it for younger people? Are you one of those who entertains a lot? There are several things to consider when choosing your piece of furniture and the list really goes on and on,” adds Kapoor.
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Style or functionality?
The style or functionality depends entirely on the space and your aesthetic. According to Sonali Batra, “If I am looking to make my study area, I would choose functionality over style. Having light work from home desk is the need of the hour. Whereas the approach for my formal living room would be more luxurious and experiment with fabrics, prints and color palettes.” For Sarah Sham, Principal Designer at Essajees Atelier, functionality comes first, then style. She realizes that many people tend to select things based on the look and style of the product without realizing its sole purpose, and therefore discard. Sham further explains, when it comes to balancing style and functionality, “You first need to determine what the functionality of that piece is. Is this a dining chair that you would need to eat on? Is it an armchair where you need to watch a long movie? or is it a formal chair? Only after that can you decide on the design element.”
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Synchronization
When designing our houses, the first thing we look at is the color of our walls. You can choose a plain, simple white or teal for a nice, elegant feel. But now it is of the utmost importance that you synchronize the color palette of your spaces with your furniture and decoration. “The space should be designed in such a way that all the elements – wall color, interior design, furniture – come together as a cohesive unit that complements each other,” says Kathuria. Saba Kapoor adds that “the color palette should be something that invites the mood you are looking for within a room. If you want a room to feel subdued and subdued, it’s important that your walls and furnishings have a similar color palette and look and feel.”
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A touch of color and warmth.
Your home is meant to be your comfort zone. We all live busy lives, running from one side of the city to the other can be chaotic and overwhelming. So when you come home after a busy day at work, you naturally crave some warmth and comfort. And the best way to do this is by adding upholstery, cushions, cushions, rugs, etc. Sham recommends keeping all furniture neutral and playing with loose items like cushions, blankets, and lots of slipcovers. For the bedroom, he recommends making a “really nice quilt that can add a lot of color, character, and warmth to a space, so it’s more of a style item than an actual piece of furniture.” Kathuria suggests that in addition to adding cushions, upholstery and a pop of color, adding greenery in the form of lush houseplants is a great way to brighten up spaces and to brighten up the space you can add interesting lighting fixtures. “The soft glow of these accessories, if strategically placed around the home, can do wonders to enhance the overall look of your sanctuary,” says Kathuria. Another addition she suggests is mirrors, as they can be a beautiful break from monotony and bring the whole look of the room together. Strategically placed, they can be light enhancers for a dark room and a distinctive accent, or reflect artwork or nature to add depth, whether it’s a living room, bedroom, dining room, stairway, or entryway.
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