Bangalore-Based Interior Designer Launches Design Offerings
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Bangalore-Based Interior Designer Launches Design Offerings

Nandita Manwani, one of Bangalore's top interior designers, has been honing this idea over the past two years, and her firm, The Studio, just unveiled a variety of Life Event-based Interior Design services.

Families have traditionally sought out Interior Designers to complete whole homes, each one being a once-in-a-lifetime job. This is about to change, as millennials seek design interventions that correspond to changes in lifestyle brought on by life events.

Her company, The Studio by Nandita Manwani, has done exactly that by bringing together items and brands from a variety of categories, including Furniture, Furnishing, Fabrics, Lighting, and Decor. Customized furnishings and decor in colours and prints that complement the wedding or life event's theme, custom furniture – branded with family names, space management accessories to optimise storage for the specific life stage, custom lighting, murals, elder-friendly fixtures, custom printed wallpapers, and much more are among the options.

Our whole ancient wisdom of Vaastu is predicated on the fact that the design of places has a significant influence on the life within them. The Studio is reversing this trend by customising rooms and their moods to fit a certain life event and the resulting shift in lifestyle.

Nandita's blog on interior design best practises has become one of the most popular resources for homemakers and design students across the country. The reason for this is that when clients are designing interiors for their space – whether it is a home, an office, a retail outlet, or a salon – they are looking for more than just good-looking furniture. They're starting to grasp and appreciate not just the technical aspects of design, but also the impact of design on everyday life.

With Interior Design now officially recognised as a science by our educational system and the implementation of NEP 2021, we may expect to see more of these kind of advances in the area of design. So don't be shocked if your Gynaecologist provides you a card for a professional Interior Designer at your next third-trimester checkup.

Also read
https://www.constructionworld.in/latest-construction-news/real-estate-news/interiors/ambuja-cement-foundation---s-dadri-team-receives-an-award/30977

Nandita Manwani, one of Bangalore's top interior designers, has been honing this idea over the past two years, and her firm, The Studio, just unveiled a variety of Life Event-based Interior Design services. Families have traditionally sought out Interior Designers to complete whole homes, each one being a once-in-a-lifetime job. This is about to change, as millennials seek design interventions that correspond to changes in lifestyle brought on by life events. Her company, The Studio by Nandita Manwani, has done exactly that by bringing together items and brands from a variety of categories, including Furniture, Furnishing, Fabrics, Lighting, and Decor. Customized furnishings and decor in colours and prints that complement the wedding or life event's theme, custom furniture – branded with family names, space management accessories to optimise storage for the specific life stage, custom lighting, murals, elder-friendly fixtures, custom printed wallpapers, and much more are among the options. Our whole ancient wisdom of Vaastu is predicated on the fact that the design of places has a significant influence on the life within them. The Studio is reversing this trend by customising rooms and their moods to fit a certain life event and the resulting shift in lifestyle. Nandita's blog on interior design best practises has become one of the most popular resources for homemakers and design students across the country. The reason for this is that when clients are designing interiors for their space – whether it is a home, an office, a retail outlet, or a salon – they are looking for more than just good-looking furniture. They're starting to grasp and appreciate not just the technical aspects of design, but also the impact of design on everyday life. With Interior Design now officially recognised as a science by our educational system and the implementation of NEP 2021, we may expect to see more of these kind of advances in the area of design. So don't be shocked if your Gynaecologist provides you a card for a professional Interior Designer at your next third-trimester checkup. Also read https://www.constructionworld.in/latest-construction-news/real-estate-news/interiors/ambuja-cement-foundation---s-dadri-team-receives-an-award/30977

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