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Tag Archives: Home Interiors

  • Reap the Benefits of SPOC with Modspace


    If you have ever played Chinese Whispers in your childhood, then you might know how the original message that was whispered by the first player was transmuted while reaching the last person. This is generally what happens when you hire different teams for renovating or doing complete interior of your  home. During the entire process, from planning to final look of the house, there are several people such as - electricians, plumbers, civil person, interior designers etc. are involved. Each person has his own view about how the work is completed and when it will be completed. Dealing with each person or respective team is a huge task which often leads to miscommunication and mismanagement which further leads to delay in work and customer dissatisfaction.

    single point of contact

    Modspace.in by Arrivae - your one-stop solution for full home interiors and believes in providing best services to our clients. For easy management and clients’ satisfaction we have designated a single point of contact, which is our project manager, who act as focal point of information. Thus, you do not have to contact different people at different stages of your home interior project. The project manager will be in-charge of the day-to-day communication, management and always update you what is going.

    Modspace.in by Arrivae believes in clients’ satisfaction and contentment. We have a single point of contact, our Project manager, who leads you from sales to execution of every task that includes understanding client’s requirement, making changes in the 2D drawings to giving it a final touch. Instead of talking to different people at different stages of home interiors, the customer can directly contact project manager for every information. Since Project manager is involved at every stage of home designing, thus, he can easily predict the errors that might take place and resolve it immediately. He takes all the headache away and allows you to cherish each stage of your home design.

  • Vastu for Home Interiors- 5 Best Ways to Boost Positivity in your Home


    Vastu Shastra plays a vital role in your life and home. Homes designed according to Vastu have been center of happiness and prosperous. The Vastu includes, directions in which your home and all the rooms are built and some do’s and don’ts that you need to follow to keep all the negative elements at bay. Below we have curated some tips and tricks to infuse positivity in your home through Vastu.

     1. Vastu for the Main Entrance

    Your main door or entrance gate is not only a door to welcome your guest, it’s also a path to welcome good fortune and energy. To boost positive energy in your home, it’s important to take care of certain things while renovating or constructing your doorway. The primary thing that need to be consider is, make sure your entrance door is located in North-east direction. Secondly, the wood used in constructing the doorway should be of good quality. Things that you need to avoid are- Do not place a dustbin, fountain or shoe rack on the entrance as it leads to negativity. On the hand, you should decorate your entrance with Torans, aka. Bandanwar and your nameplate.

    Vastu for the Main Entrance-Vastu for Home Interiors

    2. Vastu for Living Room

    Often known as Drawing room, or a place where we generally welcome our guest, living room serves so many functions. The space should be clutter-free and face north-east or north west. Sofas and other heavy furniture should be placed in either west or south-west direction. You can utilize the south-east direction to place your appliances and electronics. Adding a mirror in your living room is an ideal way to make it look bigger, however, keep it on the north wall to welcome your luck.

    Vastu for Living Room- Vastu for Home Interiors

    3. Vastu for your Bedroom

    Your bed room reflects your personality and a positive personality is a way to good luck! The bedroom should be constructed in south-west direction; it is believed to be an ideal direction for your personal space. To avoid quarrels with your partner, place your bed in the south-west corner and your head should face west or south as these are considered most comfortable directions in the room. Make sure you do not place a mirror or TV unit in front of your bed since reflections leads to fights between couple and negative energy in the room. To enhance the aura of your room, paint your bedroom with earthy colors and use mood lightnings to maintain happy environment.

    Vastu for your Bedroom-Vastu for Home Interiors

    4. Vastu for Pooja Room

    A Pooja room, or a space devoted to god is very pious and auspicious, thus, it should be away from all the clutter. North, East or Northeast side are ideal directions for a Pooja room. If you can’t build a separate Pooja room due to space constrains or other reasons, you can plan for a storage unit that can be designed like a mini Pooja room. Do not place your mini temple on the wall, you can place it on the pedestal or roof top. Marble and wood are considered as holy materials, on the contrary acrylic and glass are big NO, when it comes to designing a mini temple. Another Tip-Avoid Pooja space adjacent or below toilet.

    Vastu for Pooja Room- Vastu for Home Interiors

    5. Vastu for Kitchen

    After Pooja Room, kitchen is the most sacred space in the home. In order to keep all the tensions and negativity at bay, plan your kitchen in the South-west corner or North-West Corner. Gas and burners must be placed in the south direction, where as a pot of drinking water or water dispenser should be placed in north-east. Moreover, your kitchen should not be close to your bedroom.

    Vastu for Kitchen- Vastu for Home Interiors

  • Interior Design Trends from Around the Globe


    With world interiors day round the corner, we take a moment to acknowledge some of the home interior designs from different countries that have creating a buzz for a while. These trendy looks are inspirational, if you are planning to refurbish your new home, you know from where to take a cue!

    1. Clean and Minimalist Japanese Home

    Japanese interior design is all about calmness and neat lines that harmonizes the entire design of the home. They opt earthy colors and versatile spaces that can be used in number of ways, for example a bed room can be used as a dining room and living room simultaneously with minimal furniture. Moreover, they are firm believer in nature, taking a cue from their ideology, natural wood, specially bamboo you can use natural wood to design doors, frames, floors or windows.

    Clean and Minimalist Japanese Home-Interior Design Trends

    2. Elegant German Home Design

    While Japanese believe in minimalism, Germans believe in functionality! They incorporate lightweight furniture that are sturdy yet elegant. They also use traditional furniture like cocktail chairs, daybeds and screens that have modern touch to give their home a cozy feeling.

    Elegant German Home Design- Interior Design Trends

    3. Vintage Design from Mexico

    Mexican interior design comprises rustic furnishings and bold colors that reflects vintage theme. They include elements of Spanish missionaries and native tribes living in the Mexico. The blend of Native tribal culture and Spanish European architecture has resulted colorful and beautiful decor and art. Mexicans believes in preserving what they have inherited. To mimic the style, you can style your home interior with classic elements of home furniture.

    Vintage Design from Mexico-Home Interior Trends

    4. English Victorian Design

    Most of the home interior designs in UK reflects the classic era where faux leather furniture and Persian rug was prominent. The look is further accentuated with classy shelves for books and a huge fireplace.

    English Victorian Design- Interior Design Trends

    5. Traditional Indian Home 

    Being an Indian I have to be biased towards our classical and traditional interior designs. The contemporary Indian home interior design reflects beautiful blend of bright and warm colors. Though, gradually Indians are shifting towards modern home interiors, but are still intact with their roots when it comes to following their traditions and culture.

     Traditional Indian Home- Interior Design Trends

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