Author: Neeru Nanda
Publisher: Indian & Eastern Engineer
ISBN/UPC (if available): N/A
Using a library of photographs shot exclusively, this book suggests how a home can be made not just a comfortable place to live, but a showpiece to be envied and emulated.
This book explores the concept of a home - the interior and the outside environment - and the elements that form part of it. It takes readers on a journey through a house, from the garden and the fatade, through the entrance, into the living, dinning, and sleeping spaces, lingering in the corners and crannies, the special places that make the whole so uniquely individual. It also examines the elements of design, considering the impact of color, light, dynamics, form, balance and space itself. It is a collection of photographs supported by text which provides ideas, directions that the owner can consider, option that can be played with, altered and chosen or rejected.
Decorating a home is a very private affair. Choices are made according to the individual tastes and personalities of the occupants of a house and apartment. A decorator or a book can only present options and inspirations, ideas which are essentially a starting point, a possible direction which the home-owner may choose to take.
This is exactly what Interiors and Lifestyles India in collaboration with Entrack, is doing in this volume The Best of Interiors and Lifestyle India. Using a library of photographs shot exclusively for the magazine and design descriptions garnered over the years of its production, the book suggests how a home can be made not just a comfortable place to live in, but a showpiece to be envied and emulated.
Entrack, which represents Baccart, Burberry, Xchristofle, Montblanc, Richard Ginori 1735 and Wedgewood in its luxury products range, understands the philosophy behind this concept and supports it wholeheartedly. Together, the team works to create masterpieces in fine living.