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Greenlam Industries suggests ways to enliven homes during the monsoons

Feel the Monsoon Vibes in Greenlam Industries' decor trends for the season

Experimentation with colours and quirky patterns is at the crux of the decor trends listed by Greenlam Industries during the wet and wild monsoon spell that the country is presently going through.

Here are their suggestions, including how you can use products from their portfolio:

"Floral, bohemian, chic, royal, minimal, funky or abstract, there are a plethora of themes to choose from. Along with the bright and colourful rainbow days, monsoons have a way of giving a freshness and novelty to the air. Put on your creative shoes and play with the hues of monsoon with vibrancy and eccentric décor around you.

"If you simply enjoy this weather cloaked in the cosiness and comfort of your home, then look out for these décor trends to make your home monsoon ready."

Breezy Blues
The secret to a calm and serene bedroom lies within the neutral shades of blue, white and grey, teamed-up with minimal décor pieces. For quite some-time now, this has been an ever-green mantra for fabricating the nautical theme giving your home an alluring essence. Break the monotony of walls with the Classic Marble Laminate from NewMika that complements new-age furnishings. To give it a perfect edge, pair it with darker tints of brown and play around with textures to emphasise its bold charm.

Bedding would be incomplete without cushions in subtle geometrical shapes and a soft blanket. Add a pastel blue mid-century-modern chair, a chocolate brown cabinet along with a statement lamp to instantly elevate the look. You could also pair them with succulents or recycled planters to bring forth a refreshing aura. What could be better than sipping some hot chocolate while binge-watching favourite sitcoms, enveloped in a cosy bedroom during the monsoons? Sounds like a perfect evening to us!

Picturesque space
Minimalism has been a growing trend in the décor industry with the white and minimalist kitchen continuing to rule this space. Incorporate small pendant lighting fixtures, statement chairs and seamless cabinets, that evoke a contemporary yet sophisticated appeal to the space. To make your kitchen look aesthetically chic, avoid cluttering your space with multiple kitchen appliances.

Classic white hues paired with gorgeous greys and corals, undoubtedly makes room for elegance. Satin White laminate from NewMika beautifully balances these colours blending with minimal décor elements. If you’re planning to host a monsoon brunch, you can also opt for floral patterns to add strategic pops of vibrant colours.

A chemistry of cabinets

Classic wooden furniture never goes out of vogue; and with each passing year, you could bring in different design perspective. Seamless cabinets and shelves are all the rage this season and are an easy way to upgrade the design of any empty wall. It offers a blank canvas to discover your creative instincts while you can personalise with handmade artworks, antique pieces, books and quirky photo frames. Amidst such exuberant elements, choose laminates from NewMika which are available in striking grey tones in the chiselled wood texture.

Further accessorise your space with a vibrant modern chair and knit couches to create a vintage aura. A pro-tip for the upkeep of your wooden furniture upholstery during the monsoons is to look for anti-bacterial and steam resistant coatings.

Go ahead, enliven interior spaces with monsoon-perfect themes, decorate hidden nooks with the hues of monsoon and create a space that one would love to come home to. Happy and vibrant monsoons to all!



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