In just a few days we’ll be in 2016, and as we get ready to bid goodbye to this wonderful year let’s first take a look at all the awesome home design trends it brought us. Here’s our pick of the top 5 trends from the year that we believe will still be strong even in the coming days…
If there’s one thing that symbolises the Christmas festival, then it has to be the tradition of decorating the tree. This Christmas we would like to break the mould a little and tell you about some creative ways to make and decorate a tree. Are you ready?
One of the first things in a home that we notice is the colour palette. The colours that stare at us from the walls of a house tell us a lot about the the occupants. The colour you pick reflects your style & personality, while creating a base for […]
Empty spaces above kitchen cabinets look neat, but are also a waste of space. Rather than letting them remain just as they are, here are 9 ways to decorate the awkward space above kitchen cabinets.
HomeLane design expert Mahashweta tells you some of the things to bear in mind before jumping right in to build the kitchen of your choice. Making a note of these, will help you go about your kitchen construction in a step-by-step way, and help you plan for it better.
Our First Home – for most of us, it is that special space which we’ve always dreamed about buying, ever since we held our first pay cheque! First homes are special, and while we do our best to design it just the way we imagined, there are certain, Do’s and Don’ts […]
Lazy Susan – Who was that woman, and was she really lazy? For those kitchen aficionados searching for some mystery to solve, this is a very intriguing one. Lazy Susans have been a part of kitchens since centuries. Their popularity just doesn’t seem to abate and manufactures are finding new […]
Lazy Susan or previously called the ‘Dumbwaiter’, unlike what the name suggests, is actually one of the most hard working piece of appliance in the kitchen. A rotating tray that is circular, it was originally designed to be placed on a table or countertop.
Whether you are creating a new space, renovating it or re-decorating it, consider its impact on every aspect of your life before jumping in. Changes in the kitchen décor are permanent and can even contribute to your mood and life in general. Consider drawing inspiration from the below practical and easy to do kitchen décor tips to transform the cooking space from the mundane to the eclectic one you always wanted.
MDF is an engineered composite wood that has a strong and dense structure and great durability. It is mainly composed of small wood fibers glued compactly together, and not wood grain as found in particle board.