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India, for the past couple of years, has been reverberating with slogans of ‘Make in India’ and ‘Made in India’, which stands for promoting the local products, artforms, artisans and businesses. From all of India’s rich cultural legacies, the heritage of textiles and fabrics is one of the most vivid, offering us a broad spectrum of colour options in various patterns and textures. The options range from luxurious silk, a classic pashmina, an earthy khadi, eye-catching jacquards, linens and many more. Added to weaves, there are techniques such as embroidery that enhance the cloth with an artistic expression.
Specifically, when it comes to home decor, upholsteries take up a significant proportion of the visual space, ranging from curtains, sofas, bed linens, bed covers, bed backs to little elements such as cushions, throws, and rugs. These design essentials could incorporate a wide array of incredible ethnic Indian fabrics in order to add charm and colours to the home interiors. These will elevate the visuals of one’s home and endow a luxurious appearance to the home.
Here are a few ideas on how to seamlessly integrate these fabrics into the interiors.
Furnishings and fabrics are an essential element of the design in any space, more so in house designing, and hence it is elemental to make wise choices when it comes to fabrics and colours while in the conceptual stage. Today, with growing awareness about the importance of hand-woven Indian fabrics by skilled artisans, designers in India are making a conscious effort of collaborating with weavers and incorporating this rich heritage in their designs, especially home interiors, which has revived the weaving industry and elevated the interior spaces.
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