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This is what a perfect Indian home looks like in 2021

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This is what a perfect Indian home looks like in 2021
From decorating a small room to building a custom home and everything in between, Houzz has been connecting millions of homeowners, home design enthusiasts and home improvement professionals across India and around the world.

The Best of Houzz Awards were recently announced. These awards recognize the top-rated home pros and the most popular designs on the platform; it means the winning photos garnered thousands or even tens of thousands of saves. In other words, Best of Houzz winners are professionals & designs that seriously wowed the Houzz community.

So if you want to tune in to what is latest and most popular in Indian residential design, are looking for a designer to renovate your home, or just want to browse through gorgeous interiors, look no further…we have put together a few select Best of Houzz images that show what’s trending in home design and have created what a perfect home looks like in 2021.

Living Room

Living Room

Design: Khosla Associates

Photo: Shamath Patil

Earthy hues rule the roost when it comes to the Indian living room. But they are being punctuated, accented with a deep colour. Don’t we just love colour in our homes?

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Living Room

Living Room

Design: SAK Designs

Photos: Monika Sathe Photography

More and more homes are also bringing in the greys and using exposed concrete within the interiors. The juxtaposition of textured cement with the warmth of wood is always a win, like in this space.

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WFH Office

WFH Office

Design: Jannat Vasi Interior Design

Photo: Suleiman Merchant

They may be madness to one’s working day, but as this space shows, the work desk needn’t follow suit. A perfectly designed home needs a well-designed work space…and don’t forget the storage.

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Family Room

Family Room

Photo: Anmol Wahi Photography

Design: Vritima Wadhwa

Homes are our sanctuaries, and this TV room here is the serenest of spots. Minimalist spaces are not just too soothing to the senses, they take less time to clean up.

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Balcony

Balcony

Design: Linear Concepts

Photo: Rohan Dayal

Adding multi-functionality to available space is another trend seen through Best of Houzz images. Living in a small flat, where even a square foot is precious space for a family, balconies have become havens. But why compromise on the view and the swaying with gentle breeze if a space can be enclosed such that the outdoors connection is maintained still, and possibly heightened?

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Bathroom

Bathroom

Design: JPLUSDARCHITECTS

Photo: Tejas Shah

Accents of coloured tiles can bring a monotone space alive. Bathrooms are the new playground for bringing in vibrant and patterned designs.

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Bedroom

Bedroom

Design: Inscape Designers

Photo: Pulkit Sehgal

Textures, and warm & comforting palettes have transformed our boudoirs into mini retreats. Customisation is the name of the game - from the bespoke bed to the headboard to the lighting, detailing is pivotal.

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Bedroom

Bedroom

Design: Abraham John ARCHITECTS

Photo: Alan Abraham

This space represents a growing emphasis of bringing nature into our living spaces. Where the land plot and location doesn’t allow for sunshine and views of the sky, skylights and open courtyards are being employed more and more.

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Kitchen

Kitchen

Design: Group DCA

Photo: Kapil Kamra

Family wellbeing and quality of life within the home is top of mind, and this is more apparent in winning kitchen designs than anywhere else. We all love a well-designed kitchen with clever storage, in-built appliances and ample counter space. We are digging the brick backsplash wall and the statement lighting.

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Dining room

Dining room

Design: Sunita Yogesh Studio

Photo: Nayan Soni

Chandeliers, carpeting, ideally located within an open plan space…dining rooms have pulled out all the stops when it comes to creating just the right cosy ambience for a family meal.

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