Clean, simple lines with minimal wall thickness to maximise internal space—Lineabox is extremely versatile, highly customisable, and suitable for all applications. A boon for all homeowners, it combines beauty with functionality and harmonious forms with practicality.
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A multitude of distinguishing features make it a unique and unparalleled drawer. Totally uncluttered with holes or assembly components, it is available in four different heights and can be four and three sided in metal or also two sided with the drawer back made of wood. The slim 9mm wall thickness makes Lineabox one of the thinnest drawers ever.
Lineabox is very versatile and highly customisable. The back dimensions can be personalised according to the width of the cabinet. The sliding movement is fluid and silent.
This light and thin drawer is suitable for all applications including kitchens, living rooms, bathrooms and office furniture. It can be also used as sink waste cut-out drawer, under-sink drawer and in pull-out column units.
What’s more, elegant and refined finishes like white, titanium, champagne and stainless steel complete the picture.
Seasoned with love, the fondest memories made in a family are often the ones that were made gathered around the kitchen counter. It is befittingly said that there is no end to imagination when it comes to the kitchen, whether it’s bellying up with delectable concoctions or putting together creative kitchen designs.
Keep up with topical trends and satisfy your appetite for colours in your culinary zone with punchy hues and zesty vibes. Uplift the motley mood of your cookery with a bright balance of tints, inspired by Elle Decor India’s edit of customised contemporary and colourful kitchens.
Manifesting a 1980’s moodboard of vintage tints and textures is this kitchen in a Mumbai home by Ali Baldiwala of Baldiwala Edge. Sparking curiosity with what’s old as new again, the prismatic pantry imbues a colourful representation of the Memphis design movement through its blue and red palette. Bringing a pop of black and white with terrazzo vitrified tiles from Caesar, the open pantry reflects the visual vocabulary of the home.
Pastel pink sheath by Sona Reddy Studio in Hyderabad
Unfurling an unconventional story of maximalist design, Sona Reddy of Sona Reddy Studio narrates a theatrical tale in this Hyderabad Banjara Hills home’s peppy kitchen. Reflecting hints of a retro semblance, a blue arched door marks the entrance of the kitchen and portrays the homeowner’s penchant for hues. Sheathed in pastel pink shades with a striped skittish ceiling and classic chequered harlequin flooring, the eclectic space christened ‘The Circus’ is laced with Parisian influences and elements of geometric design.
Canvas in pastel blue from By The Riverside in Bengaluru
Embodying a Mediterranean theme whilst welding the worlds of elegance, fun and functionality, is this kitchen in a Bengaluru home by Swati Seraan of By The Riverside. Transforming a basic kitchen into a state of art space for the homeowner, a passionate baker, a soft colour palette with pastel tones lends a chic and suave appeal. Enhanced by pastel blue cabinets with window grill detailing and Jodhpuri yellow handles, along with dusty grey backsplash and flooring, the elongated kitchen is swathed in natural light.
Black-white minimalism by GA Design in Mumbai
Combining practicality with style, this compact kitchen in a Mumbai home designed by Shami Goregaoker of GA Design reflects the colour scheme and minimal decor of the residence. Painted white with shades of grey and taupe, the space is permeated with ample natural light. Overhead shutters with milky white back-painted glass, white quartz countertop, matte english grey laminate shutters below the counter and a backsplash of dado tiles in black geometric pattern on a white base paired with wooden flooring shapes the sleek kitchen.
Rustic blueprint by Weespaces in Hyderabad
Boasting an allure of blues in its kitchen blueprint, is this industrial-chic Hyderabad apartment by Vinithra Amarnathan of Weespaces. Wrapped in deep teal with blue and white tiles, the open plan of the kitchen follows the rustic and textured aesthetic of the home. Accentuating the exposed concept further is a large open counter with vintage barber stools and antique brass pendants facing the brick-lined wall.
Play of green hues and pink splashes by Tejas Patel Associates in Vadodara
Delicate simplicity with an emphasis on colour play, is this open-kitchen in Vadodara home by Tejas Patel and Nidhi Shastri of Tejas Patel Associates. A pastel green hue dominates the kitchen with a splash of pink to create a sense of serenity yet bring in a quirky edge to the spaces. Illustrating a contemporary character, wooden accents and customised geometric flooring tiles highlight and harmonise with the ambience of the home.
Emerald green and grey mood board by Palindrome Spaces in Mumbai
Modelled meticulously for a millennial couple who loves to host, this kitchen-dining-bar section by Nayan Shah of Palindrome Spaces is the star of this Mumbai home’s show. Donning an open-kitchen layout, this sleek space seamlessly blends into the lounge. Overhead cabinets, blending in with grey walls remain a neutral backdrop to the other elements of the kitchen. A match made in heaven with a waterstone granite and mother of pearl countertops, brass handles, and custom emerald green cabinetry; the kitchen’s mood board is complete with tones and textures reflecting the couple’s love for vintage and chic elements.
Pale blue and grey cookery by Hrishikesh More Architects in Mumbai
Hrishikesh More of Hrishikesh More Architects puts together an efficient yet elegant cooking space in this Mumbai kitchen with a parallel platform setup and plenty of area for movement. Coated in pale blue and grey coloured tones, the space consists of handcrafted teak wood furniture unifying the space and rendering a spacious appeal. With a touch of mid-century modern style, the kitchen is separated by a fluted glass wood framed sliding door. A tall unit houses the washing machine along with other built-in appliances seamlessly with the aesthetics.
Deep blue and white contrasts by 5ft Apart in Bengaluru
Breaking away from the monotony of monochromatic tones, this kitchen for a baker in Yelahanka, Bengaluru by Taarini Jouhari of 5ft Apart is a bright playful space. With a contrast of colours, the lower cabinets were painted in a deep shade of blue with white cabinets overhead and a clean herringbone white subway tile in the middle. A pop of prints marks the space with the patterned flooring tiles.
Ripple of egg blue by Plavi Design Studio in Bengaluru
A bold ripple of a vibrant robin egg blue colour takes over the open kitchen’s expanse in The Modern Hue Home, Bengaluru by Plavita Borah of Plavi Design Studio. The L-configuration kitchen is further pronounced with the inclusion of a peninsula breakfast counter crowned by an overhead pendant light. The shaker style PU-painted cabinetry with brass hardware has been topped off with Kalinga Silver Grey Quartz stone. The backsplash has been embellished with chequered harlequin pattern-inspired tiles, underscoring an artisanal influence and visual dynamism.
Nude colour palette by IKS Architects in Rajkot
A gentle, soothing and subtle decor furnishes this kitchen in Rajkot by Ishita Shah and Kushal Shah of IKS Architects. With glossy below platform shutters, a statuario platform and grey Italian flooring, the modular kitchen is swathed in a nude colour palette. A breakfast counter with two bar chairs and hanging lights add to the kitchen appeal from the living room.
Warm minty inspiration by Houseof9Design in Bengaluru
Reaping umpteen inspiration from the apartment’s old Bengaluru verdure, this kitchen by Nain Belliappa of Houseof9Design injects a vivacious hue into the neutral milieu. Posing as a backdrop to the dining area, a warm minty hue washes over the PU- painted cabinetry, rendering the space with an exalted impression. Participating in textural play with terrazzo flooring, stone countertops, brass handles and glazed tiles, the space commands attention.
The moment we all have been eagerly waiting for is finally here. Our favourite apparel brand has marked a scintillating debut in the home decor segment with H&M HOME—a digital store at hm.comand on the e-commerce platform Myntra on 3rd March 2022. Carrying their trademark style-forward, H&M HOME offers fashion-forward decor and accessories for every room and style.
From high-quality bedlinen and timeless dinnerware to diversified textiles, with contemporary style and attention to detail at its core, the vast assortment transforms your space into a place that feels like home. Merging modern design and quality with sustainability and affordable prices, here are 5 ways with which the collection aids in creating a personal and modern space—
With a wide range of home accessories, your living space is in for a treat and a much needed makeover. Without much ado, choose your pick from colourful cushions to cosy blankets, classic curtains to stylish storage, there’s something for every decorating style.
Surround yourself with comforting bohemian chic details and find pleasure in your everyday life at home. With H&M HOME, it’s easy to transform your bedroom interior through a great selection of duvet cover sets, sheets, bed skirts and spreads, blankets, curtains, pillowcases, rugs and more.
A plethora of art, architecture, fashion, food, folklore, and the cultures of the world amalgamate into H&M HOME, identifying styles that are of the moment and adapting trends to create collections that stimulate. This is your sign to add some colour and playfulness into your kids’ room interior with their exceptionally fun toys and inspiring accessories.
Cosy towels, dressing gowns, snuggly bath mats, eye catchy shower curtains—you name it and they have it. Prepare your bathroom for everyday luxury with H&M HOME’s golden bathtub shelf that keeps all your home-spa essentials in place. Let your feet sink into the fluffy patterned bath mat and escalate other senses through scented oils and candles.
Whether you’re planning an intimate supper, gala dinner or cosy night in with the family, H&M HOME’s tablecloths, place mats, chinaware, aprons and other decorations will make you an instant hit amongst your friends and family.
Prepare for brighter days ahead and spruce up your outdoors for al fresco adventures with the outdoor home range. Be it picnics in your garden or long, lazy days at the beach, there is something for everyone!
This March, as spring beckons, decorate your homes with soft neutrals, abstract prints, and edgy shapes. Design-driven and fashion forward, H&M HOME is offering decor accessories for every room and style.
With products for living, dining and kitchen, bed, bathroom and kids, the assortment will be available on hm.com and Myntra from 3rd March, 2022.
Spending more time at home has become a new normal! There’s an inclination towards hassle-free, hygienic and flexible kitchen spaces. Owing to which, Panasonic Life Solutions India has come up with an exclusive range to shape up modern day kitchen aesthetics and function.
Extending their L Class Kitchen Range, the brand has unveiled modern L Class Shutters to complement their modular series. In 2021, the style relies on the constant clean lines and transitional kitchens, but with a twist of an appearance built on the warmth and textures of organic materials.
The L-Class High-End Modular Kitchen Realised as a perfect upgrade that one would look for, it adds to the style quotient of the user’s personality. The efficiently designed, intricate details make way for appealing spaces that render an easy-to-use comfort. The striking features of the doors and counters are paired with textures and impressions of the hues and light—resonating with the uniqueness of customised home interior.
L-Class Shutters Presenting premium quality shutters that are laced with a contemporary tinge, the brand also dresses them in shades aligning with the Pantone Colour of the Year 2021—Ultimate Grey, alongside the many tones that the product has to offer. Homeowners these days prefer cabinets of superior standards. The new range of shutters feasibly blend in with all kinds of interior treatments. From warm and cosy neutrals to vibrant and bold, the cabinet shades can play a huge part in the aesthetics. Panasonic Life Solutions India introduces varied hues from cool blues to muted greys, which complement the well-textured cabinets!
Joint Free Sinks Elevating the design of a kitchen space further, the brand has invented first of its kind, Joint Free Sinks that accentuate the functionality with a soft touch of elegance. With state-of-the-art technology, the sinks seamlessly fit into the countertops and ensure absence of leakage. Available in different sizes to suit the modern day requirements, they’re also efficiently relevant to the Indian context of continual water usage. Sleek and chic, they are coupled with multiple accessories to create bespoke solutions.
Undoubtedly kitchens have been a central core of daily life—a passionate chef, an experienced host, an amateur cook or a foodie family—all revolve their activities around the culinary zone. Panasonic Life Solutions India offers its customers a space where sophistication meets function in equal proportion. Accessible amenities join hands with lively elements as the novel range upgrades humble abodes.
Cause a stir in your cookroom – we present our top trends to give your kitchen the contemporary makeover you’ve been longing for. Choose multiple materials and textures as accompaniments to whip up a sizzling setting, let exposed shelving units be your excuse to show off attractive serveware and extend your green thumb beyond your vegetables by tending to your organic indoor garden.
1. Go Green
Cabinets and counters come alive when healthy greens fill the spaces between them. For a fresh dose of flavour at hand, cultivate a bountiful herb garden right in your kitchen. Not only will it come handy as you cook your favorite recipes, but it will also energise your space with its air purifying qualities. You could also extend the trend to your cookware, serveware and kitchen in verdant hues and wood finishes.
2. Open House
Create a breathable sanctuary in your cookroom and free yourself from the strain of locked cabinets. Pick counters in diverse shapes and colours to put pots, pans and cutlery on proud display.
3. Mixed Matter
Isn’t many always better than one? Explore surfaces with different finishes in your eclectic cookroom to stand out from the crowd. Elevate your kitchen with a melting pot of materials to lend it a contemporary flair. For instance, juxtapose edgy metals with earthy timbers. We also recommend opting for appliances in diverse finishes to inject extra gleam.
Also read: Top interior trends of 2017
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The humble backsplash, which protects the wall from accidental splashes and splatterings of oil, water and food, is essential to a modern Indian kitchen, where curries and khao suey are prepared with equal ease. But no longer does a backsplash have to be a monotonous addition to your gallery. Today backsplashes come in many avatars, each with its pros and cons. What’s important is that it should not only complement the fixtures of the kitchen, but it also should be functional, and most importantly, easy to clean.
Here are six ideas to inspire you to decorate as well as protect your kitchen walls:
1. Banish the banal: You can opt for a wide variety of materials, such as delicate ceramic mosaic, colourful tiles, glass, granite, quartz, brick and stainless steel, etc. With the hearth the focal point of a home, you can make any material work. Be it a hardwood backsplash made from reclaimed wood in your open kitchen, a funky custom-made backsplash that acts like a photo wall, or even quaint, pounded tin tiles, you can add depth and texture to your kitchen with carefully chosen backsplashes.
2. “Steel” the wall: There are several options that you can pick, depending on your budget and requirements. One of the easiest to use is stainless steel that is long lasting and affordable, but is prone to scratches and loses its lustre over time.
3. Say it with tiles: Another favourite are tiles — think lovely patterns and motifs on ceramic and porcelain tiles to display art on walls. Not only are these easy to maintain, but these add beauty to your scullery.
4. Set it in stone: Why not try something different and use flooring as your experimental canvas? Try experimenting with stones, which are all the rage now. While granite and marble are costly and hard to maintain, they have for long protected many homes and are a good option for backsplash. But now, engineered stone is becoming popular, thanks to its durability and resistance to heat and stains.
5. Slather on solutions: Composites and laminates are cost effective solutions for a backsplash. But if you prefer shabby chic, why not slather some plaster and polish your wall? The nicks and stains will add character to the kitchen and your home.
6. From the market: Some of the best picks in the market today include Häfele’s Caesarstone. This stylish range is made from engineered stone, comprising 93 per cent pure quartz, with splashes of colourful pigments to the mix. The result is a stunning decorative and textured stone perfect for a backsplash, given that quartz is extremely scratch resistant, heat resistant, anti-bacterial and absorption free. For those seeking inbuilt kitchen solutions, H&R Johnson (India) has partnered with Germany’s Germany’s Nobilia, and has introduced new handle-less kitchens in the country. Christened the ‘LINE N’ kitchens, these come fitted with a backsplash, thus simplifying your work to select a separate backsplash.
Also read: Why we love couturier Rohit Bal’s Crystalware Collection
Dare to step away from modular mode and revisit a kitchen with a small dining area that’s high on modesty and charm. Architect Pradeep Sachdeva’s home in Gurgaon is where you should look for ideas.Do away with grills and dividers to make a large window that will flood the room with energising natural light. Like Pradeep, take inspiration from Rajasthan and outline the window frames with a delightfully bright colour. Open up the space further with an easy yet ingenious design change. For the door, retain the main frame and replace portions with glass. It’s guaranteed to make a small space look large and a large space look expansive. Kota stone, whitewashed walls and natural wood should be enough for you to achieve this look. Should space permit, place a small dining table for four inside the cookroom to make an open plan kitchen to enjoy interactive meals.