The different kinds of Chairs for comfortable living

Chairs can be easily called an easy interior decorating resource. We can see a lot of varieties of chairs in the market which fits every space and need. Today in our blog we will witness some of the finest collection of chairs available with us.

In spite of the fact that the wing seat is an exceptionally conventional sort of chair, it has been reinterpreted and given a progressively contemporary flavor by numerous cutting edge designers.

Wingback seats are recognized by the side boards or “wings” on the back, which initially effectively shielded from drafts in a room, or inordinate warmth from the chimneys. Today, the wings give an agreeable surface to rest the head for taking naps. Perfect for reading or lounging.

Flute Armchair by Coleccion Alexandra's Emotions Avant Garde collection

Wingback Chair from our brand Coleccion Alexandra is perfect example to let you feel the breeze of this spectacular chair.

Christopher Guy Stylish chairs

Many chairs are only designed to accommodate one person at a time. However, loveseats up the cuddle-factor by allowing just enough room for two people to sit together. Some loveseats are big enough for two people to sit without touching, but many are designed to facilitate closeness.

Like a lot of living room chairs, loveseats come in all styles. Whether you want a modern look or something more classic, you can find a loveseat to fit your living room. Likewise, these chairs come in a wide range of colors and come upholstered in all kinds of fabrics.

This Love seat in the picture is from Christopher Guy and it boasts the signature style of the brand with luxurious blend of style and comfort.

Munna Chair

Accent chair or Complement seat is an umbrella term for an assortment of lounge seats including club seat, wingback, and English moved arm, Bergère, barrel and Lawson seats. They define the corner of a room just like the way this Munna Chair has uplifted this space in notches.

Chaise lounge for outdoors from Sifas

Chaise lounge for outdoors from Sifas. Displayed here is chaises from the Basket collection. A chaise is essentially a long chair, one on which you can stretch your legs without having to use an ottoman. The back is usually at a semi-reclining angle, and this is the chair you use for relaxing.

ottoman from Paulo Antunes

Sit back, unwind, and kick your feet up with an agreeable footrest. As you may expect, the starting points of this sort of furniture go back to the Ottoman Empire of the 1700s. From that point forward, these ottomans have become multi-useful, savvy pillars in parlors around the globe. The ottoman from Paulo Antunes sings the tune of relaxation for our feet.

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Neutral Kitchen ideas for an offbeat interiors

Kitchen is called the heart of the home, the kitchen is easily the most-used room in the house. From hosting parties and entertaining guests, to family meal times the kitchen is undoubtedly the most purpose solving interiors in the house. So it makes sense to incorporate practical, stylish interiors that stand the test of time into this multi-functional space with neutral colour and decorative ideas to make it look offbeat.

Classical neutral tones never go out of style, so making a kitchen utilizing an impartial palette looks great as well as bodes well. Let these unbiased kitchens motivate you to discover a look you’re certain to adore for a considerable length of time to come.

The wooden story
The wooden story

The wooden settings of this kitchen makes a rustic appeal as a result the kitchen looks very sophisticated in appearance. The unison of dark brown wood finish and light pinewood provides a natural connection. The lighting adds a bit of drama where the wine cabinets adds a pop of relaxation in the setting.

Texture play
Texture play

Marble has a natural texture which adds to the warmth in this kitchen environment. The cabinets painted in sage green colour looks more intriguing in this classical white space. The white pendant lights with golden touch is making this kitchen look more interesting.

Light, Bright and Uncluttered
Light, Bright and Uncluttered

Combining wood base cabinets with white upper cabinets instills this kitchen with an aesthetic that is light, bright, and uncluttered. Mixing cabinet finishes is a modern approach, but the timeless materials in this kitchen — white subway tiles and marble countertops respect the home’s aesthetics.

The act of balancing
The act of balancing

This kitchen successfully balances white with elegant cabinets and drawers. The greenery on the table balances well with the addition of brown carpet and subtle inclusion of wood utility items.

Organic Beauty
Organic Beauty

Eco-friendly materials and large windows showcasing a garden view create a kitchen that celebrates the simple beauty of organic forms coupled with clean lines. Stretching the length of the work core, an oynx-clad island stands as an easy-on-the-eye centrepiece. The stone complements a host of earthy companion materials.

The Creative Head and MD of Spacio Mr. Navin Kanodia says “Building neutral kitchens in Indian interiors can be challenging. From contemporary and modern designs to rustic and Scandinavian trends, here are plenty of beautiful kitchen design ideas that you just read and will help you create the perfect heart to your home. At Spacio we redefine any interiors and kitchen is one of them.

Cores Da Terra or Colours of the Earth

‘Ceramic’ comes from the Greek word meaning ‘pottery’. The clay-based domestic wares, art objects and building products are familiar to us all, but pottery is just one part of the ceramic world.

Nowadays the term ‘ceramic’ has a more expansive meaning and includes materials like glass, advanced ceramics and some cement systems as well. Today in our blog we will be seeing some great collection available with Spacio from the brand Gardeco on Cores De Terra collection.

Apple and Pear in different colour and sizes
Apple and Pear in different colour and sizes

A gist on the collection

Cores De Terra means “Colours of the earth” in Portuguese. Brazilian designer Selma Calheira opened her studio in this name at the age of 38. For years, she experimented and explored the possibilities of clay and painting. She organised workshops, events and meetings with other artists. The name begins to Selma’s greatest advantage in dirt and her unending investigation into natural pigments. This trademark is loaded up with workmanship and humankind and was worked by Selma along her entire life. From the earliest starting point, Selma deliberately hoped to enlist financially impeded men, ladies and young people from humble roots who she quietly arranged and professionalized as profoundly qualified ceramists. Her adventure has brought about an incredibly successful venture which has carried phenomenal accomplishment to the rustic economy of Bahia, Brazil.

Cherry in different sizes
Cherry in different sizes

These Cherries looks extremely artistic sitting pretty in coffee tables, dining tables or consoles.

Negritas
Negritas

Adorning the corner of a shelf the Negritas has to be the centre of attention and a conversation starter.

Botijas, Garrafas & Jarra
Botijas, Garrafas & Jarra

Sleek, smart and clean lines defines this collection of ceramic wonders. Can be stacked together to create story.

Fig
Fig

You will often get confused with its authenticity. Looks very real, this can be the hero on a coffee or console table.

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