Sanjyt Syngh, Interior designer, New Delhi, Lounge Room Design ideas, Contemporary homes, TV Lounge Area Design tips

Sanjyt Syngh presents exciting TV lounges

Delhi-based interior designer and stylist Sanjyt Syngh shares his creative ideas for the favourite spot in the home

It’s summer time, and as we find comfort in the cool climes of our homes, the TV lounge becomes our favourite spot. So, make your time in front of the TV enjoyable by adding excitement to the lounge area. As we face the prospect of spending more time indoors this summer, let’s understand how we can add vigour to the space. One way to do this is by packing a punch in the décor with some zesty colours that bring life to the space. “Our favourite colour this season is yellow. Not only does it add vivacity, but when teamed with shades like emerald or black, it makes the space youthful,” says designer Sanjyt Syngh.

Next up, choose the right kind of furniture for the TV lounge – something comfortable, luxurious and stylish that speaks your personality. An eclectic combination of furniture pieces allows you to change posture, even as it adds diverse shapes and contours. Cushions help impart colour and patterns. “The fabric of the upholstery should feel nice against the skin, comfort is of utmost importance,” adds Syngh.

No space is complete without some hand-picked accessories – décor articles, artworks, sculptures, lamps, potted plants, etc. Throws play a very important part in this space for when you feel the chill from the air conditioning. “We always like to introduce bold art in this space. When your television is not in use, there should be something to overpower the black rectangle,” concludes the designer.



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