Quirky Home Decor – Wavy Trend 2021 – Refinery29

Whether it’s a happy blob-like mirror popping up in selfies across social media or a delightfully twisty candle peeking out from your boss’s background on Zoom, it’s likely you’ve seen this trend without even realizing it. Freeform vases, amoeba furniture, rippled glassware, squiggly pillows, and even curvy smoking accessories are occupying rent-free space in our subconscious. It’s a playful vibe that can best be described as childhood-dream-house meets millennial-chic-aesthetic. The starkly styled minimalist movement of pre-pandemic times is being ousted by vibrant oddities that embody the joy we now crave inside our homes. Although they are just things, any item that sparks happiness is an item we can get behind.

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5 Design Choices That Make Your Home Easier to Clean – Real Simple

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Home Decor Trends for 2021 – Good Day Sacramento

Question of the Day with AFTER-SHOW BONUS CONTENT! – 2/23Tina’s here to close out a Tangent Tuesday with her Question of the Day: Name something minor that frustrates you? Everyone answers, and then Cody, Court and John just keep going when the show is over…THE SHOW IS OVER! Why are they still going? (Director’s Note: everything after the 2:45 mark of the video is post-show) Have a great Tuesday everyone, see you tomorrow morning at 4:30!

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Right Into the Horse’s Mouth!This is National Pet Dental Health Month (bet you didn’t know that one!), and Tina is at Shingle Springs Veterinary Clinic with equine dentist Steve Pfitzner showing us how they keep horses’ teeth clean! It really is fascinating work, but maybe a little TOO involved for Cody, Court and John!

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Rover, Come Over!Our Photographer/Rover Driver Dave Grashoff got a tip from a viewer about some huts made from mulberry tree branches on Westacre Road in West Sacramento! So we sent Rover Over to check it out! You can have Rover Come Over, too…send us an email to goodday@kmaxtv.com if you have something interesting for Dave and Rover to see!

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Good Day Rewind – 2/23If you think you missed a funny moment from today’s show, you can find it here! It’s the Good Day Rewind!

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Trivia ToastToday’s Trivia Toast: Goats! Baaaaaaaaaa

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The Baker and the CakemakerDina Kupfer talks to the owner of “The Baker and the Cakemaker” in Roseville and she shows us what delicious treats they have.

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12-Hour Bike-A-Thon for the YMCALori Wallace is with a man biking for 12 hours!! See what cause it’s for!

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“Wrong Turn”Cody talks to the star of “Wrong Turn”, Adrian Favela, as he gives us a sneak peek and plays Maskerade!

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Spring FashionJulissa Ortiz is at a local boutique giving us a sneak peek of this year’s Spring fashion.

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Show and TellToday’s Show and Tell

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Hatch Workshop – A Maker’s Space in Stockton!A Stockton non-profit is offering a space for creators to develop their talents. Elazar from Hatch Workshop joins Courtney to show us around, and how you can participate!

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“Superman and Lois” on the CW – The Stars Join Us!“Superman and Lois” premieres on the CW tonight, and stars Elizabeth Tulloch and Tyler Hoechlin (Lois and Clark!) join us to talk about the new show!

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Teen’s Tune – 2/23Tina’s here with a Tuesday edition of Teen’s Tune! Today, artists that start with “B.” Play and dance along with us!

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Society6 Presidents Day Sale: Best Wall Art, Prints, Home Decor, Summer Essentials, and More – Thrillist

I’ve been living in the northeast, a veritable winter hellscape of sludge-colored snow and sidewalks blanketed in black ice. But in lieu of moping around, I broke out my lounge chair, turned up my space heater, and threw on a four hour HD video of a random, tropical, beach on YouTube. It wasn’t much, but it gave me hope for warmer days ahead—something to look forward to.

Society6 is also giving you something to look forward to with its robust Presidents’ Day Sale. Though the online shop is primarily known for its hundreds of thousands of prints and framed art, it also offers home decor, furniture, stuff for your home office, and even outdoor equipment like custom chairs, towels, koozies, sun shelters, and beach totes. Check out these creative and inspired spring/summer essentials that are just as colorful & fun as the halcyon days of spring ascending just beyond the horizon.

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16 Decor Hacks We Need To Try ASAP – CafeMom

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Next Seven Home Decor Brands To Revamp Your Home – Man’s World India

Changing the mood of your home with some artistic vases, vintage cabinets, or that one statement piece on the wall, is always a good idea. These home décor brands will ensure you find new-age, chic stuff to spruce up your swanky apartment.

Indus People

Aroma of Indus

Aroma of Indus

Breakfast Set

Breakfast Set

All minimalism lovers, this is where you should be. Aesthetically inspired by the Indian subcontinent, Indus People take inspiration from various colours and textures of the country. You can find tableware in colours such as indigo, beige and old rose, whereas other décor includes candles and stationery.

The Purple Turtles

The Purple Turtles

The Purple Turtles

Started as a lighting boutique store in Bengaluru, The Purple Turtles has turned into a home decor haven. From pendant lamps and wall lamps to collectibles and furniture, you have everything in one place. The brand also
caters to custom projects, in case you have a vision board.

Home Artisan

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Lamp

Home Artisan

Home Artisan

Home Artisan is a mix of all aesthetics. A combination of form along with functionality is the main motive of the brand. Known to be design centric, you will find numerous options for tapestry, wall decor, home linens, storage options, and lighting, all in one place. If you are looking for versatile pieces to design your humble abode, add this one to your list.

Freedom Home

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Elephant

Known for its bold and vibrant graphical designs and colours, Freedom Home is a homegrown decor brand that combines Indian elements with a modern twist. It is a place for the maximalists. You will find out-of-the-world patterns, wall arts, mirrors bed linens, hand-painted ceramics, lamps, tables, shelves, and other storage
options here.

Room Therapy

If you are an obsessive plant dad who wants to give your plants the prettiest holders, this is your go-to. If you are looking for statement drawers to brighten up the corner of the house, they have some interesting options. Drawers inspired from ancient apothecary cabinets and traditional designs are the highlight of the brand.

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Home Decor – Big Home Trends For 2021: More Automation, Multi-functional Living Spaces – Fintech Zoom

Home Decor – Big Home Trends For 2021: More Automation, Multi-functional Living Spaces


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The Covid-19 lockdown has changed the way we look at our home and live in it. People now want fancier kitchens, dedicated entertainment rooms, home offices and increased automation at home, to be able to live indoors for a long period of time. The demand for eco-friendly building materials and made-in-India is also on the rise.
“Now is the time for architects and designers to become problem solvers and have an empathetic approach towards people’s lives. After the lockdown, people’s requirements from their homes have changed and evolved,” says Jimmy Mistry, luxury décor retailer, architect, and designer. “Luxury stores and brands have never seen better days. People are investing in their homes, which they have realised is the safest haven,” he adds. 



HNIs and UHNIs who had left India during the lockdown are back and looking for alternate homes away from metro cities that are designed to be safer and more comfortable. “These clients are asking for fabrics and materials with antibacterial treatments,” says architect Alfaz Miller.  
While Mistry has been working on a 50,000-sq-ft multi-brand home furniture and décor store in Della Lonavala, Miller has been busy with the Bangalore International Airport’s Terminal 1 domestic lounge. The two highlight the top luxury home trends of 2021. 
Home offices and multifunctional spaces
People are reassessing their home design. They want their gym to also be a study, a guest room and/or a theatre room, says Miller. There is a lot happening in the home office space. People are building both large and small office set-ups at home, which can be an isolated and disturbance-free zone. “From collapsible set-ups to permanent rooms and studies, everyone today wants a corner where they can work from home,” says Mistry. 
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Kitchens
Kitchens are now becoming fancier as not just the house-helps but even the owners are working in the space. 
Modern, user-friendly kitchen models, which enables all the members of the family, young and old, to cook are being made. Many UHNIs are also building two kitchens, one indoors and another outdoors, especially for Indian cooking. Small kitchenettes are also being built in the living room. 
The demand is also for germ-free cooking spaces. “One way to minimise dust is to get stainless steel kitchens,” says Miller. 
Automation has become very important in kitchens. Dish washers, machines that help you cook–from kneading the dough to rolling chapatis or slicing vegetables, and to make cold press juices are in great demand. 
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2021’s colours 
“We foresee a shift from neutral pastel colours to brighter, bolder and vibrant colours, especially in furnishings,” says Miller. “The Pantone colours of 2021 are grey and illuminating (yellow), and I see all our projects moving away from their brown colour palette to greys and monochrome shades.” Earlier, clients always preferred white and creams for marble, but now they are asking for greys, even in granite and basalt. 
Furniture
While ergonomic furniture continues to be in demand, antique furniture is making its way back in contemporary homes and so is lightweight and easy-to-maintain cane furniture. Curvilinear shapes can be seen in interiors and facades, in curved sofas, round tables, curved walls and partitions.

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FY22 will see us back on growth track: Chumbak – Devdiscourse

Lifestyle and home decor brand Chumbak is witnessing revival in demand and business returning to normal across its physical stores, adding to the company’s confidence of getting back on the growth track in FY22.

Speaking to PTI, Chumbak CEO Vasant Nangia said like most organisations, the firm’s business was also hit by the lockdown in March last year.

”In FY19-20, there was a 20-22 per cent increase in revenue over previous year. While FY21 numbers will have an impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown, we don’t see a revenue decline happening,” he said.

Nangia added that FY22 will see the company get back on the growth track.

The company has about 70 offline stores across the company and also sell its products – spanning across 12 categories including stationery and souvenirs, apparel, kitchenware and home decor – online.

”We have plans to step up offline expansion but then the pandemic and lockdown happened. All stores are yet to come back to pre-COVID levels but recovery is fast,” Nangia said.

He added that the company will look at getting back to normalcy before it starts to aggressively expand its offline presence later in the year.

Asked if the brand – which was established in 2010 – is also looking at tapping into international markets, Nangia said Chumbak is exploring the scope for international sales in a small way but it’s still early days.

Talking about growth roadmap, Nangia said the home category – which currently comprises 35-40 per cent share of revenue – is expected to grow to 50-60 per cent.

This growth is being driven by trends like people spending a considerable amount of time at home (work-from-home being part of it) and wanting to redesign the space, he added.

Chumbak, which is popular for its quirky designs in apparel and accessories, has recently announced actor Sara Ali Khan as its first brand ambassador for its home and watch categories.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Jeff Lewis Shares His Honest Thoughts About Real Housewives’ Home Decor – Bravo

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When Jeff Lewis appeared on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen on February 3, Andy put the Flipping Out pro’s expertise to use. “While Jeff’s mouth sometimes gets him into trouble, his eye for design is always on point,” Andy quipped.

With that, the talk-show host asked Jeff to weigh in on some of the design choices that were featured on Season 15 of The Real Housewives of Orange County and Season 1 of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City. 

The first piece of decor that came into play: the infamous self-portrait in Shannon Storms Beador’s home gym. “Look … if it was gonna go anywhere, it’s gonna go in the gym, or it’s gonna go in the garage,” Jeff said. “I have a portrait of myself that’s in the garage.” 

Next, Andy asked about the “sparse” decor in Lisa Barlow’s children’s rooms: “Anything they could do to pump it up a notch?” he asked. Jeff suggested adding paint, art, or perhaps even some wallpaper. “The house is very … clean, but a little borderline sterile,” he opined. 

Later, Andy showed the frosted glass stair banister at Meredith Marks’ Utah home. Jeff didn’t mince his words there: “That’s bad. It’s bad. That’s gotta go.” (Admittedly, Meredith herself has said that the decor in the rental house doesn’t reflect her personal style.) 

Finally, Andy addressed the Real Housewives’ throne trend, as seen in Mary Cosby’s house and Jennifer Aydin’s abode. “I think it’s unnecessary,” Jeff said. “I mean look, I could certainly have thrones all over my house. But look: I’m sitting in a regular chair.” 

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