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Time for some honesty. Raise your hand if you look around at your space and feel unsatisfied. Like it’s started looking like every other room you’ve ever seen. If that hand is up, we might have a way to get rid of that feeling by incorporating surrealist decor to spruce up your space.
From being used in fashion to home decor, polka dots have come a long way with their quirky and fun reputation. If you’re planning to add them to your bedroom decor, don’t worry about them making your room look childish. All you have to do is use them in a way that adds a peppy yet stylish element to your room and we’re here to tell you how! So, keep reading to know the best ways to integrate polka dot design in your bedroom, with sophistication, of course!
No matter where in the world you travel to or which luxurious place you end up staying, nothing can replace the comfort of your home. The popular saying rightly advocates “home sweet home” but have you ever wondered why? It’s because the warmth of your house interior has a positive influence on your mood, making it eternally perfect for you! There are a lot of factors that contribute to this restorative impact on your interiors, let us take you through some of them.
Remember the summer you spent playing and eating ice cream or the winter you relished cooped in a blanket sipping hot chocolate? What if your room colour could blend these memories into your bedroom? For someone who’s bored to commit to one colour, here’s your cue to give your room a seasonal makeover. Keep reading because we’ve got some cool bedroom colour ideas perfect for different seasons.
Ashwin Mallya is a trained industrial designer, visual communication designer and creative design consultant based in Mumbai. With a deep interest in understanding everyday materials and manufacturing processes, Ashwin spends most of his hours simply designing and developing objects. Having collaborated with a multitude of artists, on a variety of projects – from painting, sculpting, and live exhibitions, he also takes a keen interest in conducting workshops.
Shivani Parasnis is a typographer / graphic designer from Mumbai, India, and currently works as a designer at Spotify, from her quaint little bedroom-studio in Baltimore. Her work is heavily influenced by her physical and emotional environments, and she enjoys melding influences of the east and west in her practice. Her design thinking is grounded in typography, illustration, vibrancy and culture.
Shweta Sharma is an illustrator who loves to bring her vivid dreams to paper. Her art is a mix of different realms of surrealism, with a dash of complicated story lines, humour, and an abundance of colour. She wears her roots with pride and always brings Rajasthani aesthetics to her work.
Karan Singh is an artist and illustrator from Australia. His distinct work is a contemporary and playful combination of op-art and mid-century graphic design. Through restricted yet vibrant colour palettes and hypnotising patterns, he explores and exploits our perception of depth and movement. His art lives in an eclectic variety of mediums, including prints, animation, video, augmented reality, puzzles, sculpture and clothing. Over his professional career he has lived in a number of cities including Tokyo, New York, Amsterdam, Malmö, Sydney and Melbourne; where he has worked with the likes of Apple, Louis Vuitton, Herman Miller, The New York Times and Nike.
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