Transitioning from 2019 to 2020

The level of excitement and anticipation in the beginning of the year is really invigorating and infectious. We are hopefully looking forward to starting a fulfilling year and focus all our energy into setting goals and outlining a roadmap to achieving them. But in this whole process, we forget just how important the year we waved goodbye to, has been.

The lessons it taught us, the people we met, the new professional relations we forged, the highs and the lows, the big design exhibits we participated in, et al., they all made our 2019 an unforgettable year.

So first of all, we like to thank our clients and channel partners for having faith in us, sticking with us, and being a part of our journey.

We are sure you must have heard the proverb “slow and steady wins the race” and 2019, for us, was an attestation to this universal truth. Our objective last year was to take one step at a time, be present in the moment so that we could fully do justice to the task at hand.

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It was with this unhurried mindset that we were successfully able to pull off big projects and participate in massive design events such as Interzum in Germany, India Interior Retailing in Delhi, and ACETECH in Mumbai.

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Celebratory times with our channel partners in Germany

FEATHERS IN OUR CAP

In 2019 we threw our doors open to 3 brand-new stores—two in Delhi and one in Jaipur. We also added new designs in our best-selling collections of surface decors including Casa Panels, Homapal (Trend Collection 2019), and Luxe Tiles. Our new addition, the fluted veneered wall panels—Vald’art was launched in December to be in lockstep with the growing trend of reeded surfaces.

Our Prive Studio in Mumbai, of which the behind-the-scenes work started well in 2019 is now in its last lap. The latest entrant in our growing brood, it is primed to bring the timelessness of German design and engineering to the connoisseurs and aesthetes of Mumbai.

EXCITING TIMES AHEAD

The first month of 2020, so far, has been in keeping with the overall hopeful vibe. Our Delhi and Mumbai teams have been working around the clock to make the launch of our new store a successful event.

Our agenda for this year is to actively promote sustainability in every possible—whether it’s introducing more eco-friendly interior products or employing a green approach in our in-store design. We have hitched our wagon to sustainability for life and hope to enlighten and encourage our clients to opt for decors that are environmentally sympathetic. We all owe it to our planet and we are going to do our bit.

2019, thank you for making us wiser and paving the way for a good new year! 2020, we have met on a positive note and are thrilled to see what unfolds in the next 12 months!

Cheers!

Team Ventura

 

Top Decor Tips From Our Frequent Design Collaboration

Unlike making a solemn pledge to shed off weight and hitting the gym regularly, if there’s one resolution that definitely has the potential of getting fulfilled—it is design overhaul. We all want our homes or broadly speaking, the spaces we spend more of our time in—to adopt a fresh point of view and don a look that reflects the mood du jour.

So while in our earlier blog post we talked at length about what interior trends are going to be ruling the roost 2020, for our next one, we wondered, “Why not approach some of our frequent design collaborators and ask them to dish on some stunning and seamless to incorporate decor tips for a quick refresh.

So grab a cup of coffee and keep your Pinterest boards at the ready if you must—to start compiling for references already!

– Mixed Metals

One of our longest design collaborators, Parag Jain from Design Affairs  who very graciously took some time off from his busy schedule to throw some light on how metals, which we are a perennial favorite trend, can be used in new ways to shake things up this season. He says, “You just don’t have to stick to one metal throughout your interior anymore. It is true that mixing metals is a decor trend that has been consistently on the rise but there’s a method to the metal madness. The trick here is to identify a dominant hue and support it with accents so that there isn’t a visual clash. Play with finishes, like say, a patinated finished with contemporary-edge gloss.”

Point noted. Take a cue from the mixed metal palette we came up with. We imagined a kitchen with a luscious backsplash in the spectacular pure Stainless Steel laminate 600/600 paired with the textured Copper 630. The interplay of coolness and warmth will yield an artistic look, for sure.

– Anchor your room with a statement wall

Of course, there is this one room or spot in your home with a big, bold “design moment” and decidedly stands out. But instead of going for a painted wall or botanical or chinoiserie wallpaper, how about an impactful 3-dimensional effect? Architect, Parag Jain says, “A statement wall with a 3-dimensional spatial effect is a sure-fire conversation-starter. In my opinion, complex geometric shapes in different shades create a visual symphony of light and shadow”.

Our 3D wall panel systems from Turkey are just the ticket! Seen here is Zeta which can be arranged in different combinations for an eye-catching maximalist look. 

– Non-homogenous textures for a raw yet refined aesthetic

There is something intriguing about surfaces that are perfectly imperfect. They look raw and refined, just as our design collaborator, Alex Jacob from Bengaluru puts it, “Non-homogenous decors salvage a room from looking too flat. Plus, the fact that people are always wanting to add a touch of rusticity in their interiors, rugged and non-uniform surfaces are a perfect choice owing to their alluringly “undone and shabby” appeal.

Our Valchromat panels which get their non-homogenous appearance from the wood fibers they are made of are an apt choice to concoct that unassuming yet elegant feel in your space.

– Fluted surfaces for a sense of movement

Fluted or reeded surfaces are enjoying a resurgence. They convey a sense of movement and rhythm in spaces making them a popular design element in all interior schemes from classic to contemporary. Architect Vishal Mitra from Adi Design with whom we have partnered on many residential and hospitality projects says, “Ribbed surfaces are used to draw extra attention to walls, ceilings, furniture, wainscotting, etc., and add depth and tactility to interiors. The best part of them is that they complement all styles of interior, especially in modern farmhouse and Scandinavian-inspired aesthetic for their clean-lined flair.”

Jibing with this decor tip to a T is our latest launch, Vald’art fluted veneered panels. Made on premium black Valchromat panels, these fluted surfaces pack a stunning decorative punch.

We can’t thank these designers and architects enough for sharing their valuable inputs with us. Now that you are equipped with the essential tips, how about visiting us to see how they can be implemented in your space! Visit our Ventura Architectural Experience Centre TODAY in 1/120, W.H.S, Kirti Nagar, New Delhi to help you cherrypick surface decors for your industrial vision. You can also log on to our website venturaindia.com to view our wide-ranging assortment of surface decors. For personal assistance, you can reach us on 91-11-45546700 and 1-800-103-6756 (toll-free).

Interior Styles That Will Rule The Roost In 2020

There is no rest for the trends cycle. Every year, every season—fresh trends appear on the horizon and take the world by storm. Some are able to achieve the coveted “style” status while some peter out just as fast as they emerged. But that’s how it goes. The pendulum is forever swinging.

But with that being said, there are always those trends that burst in on the design scene with a bang and create an impact owing to their universal appeal. They resonate with the present-day global mood, cultural currents, and socio-economic developments. Trend forecasters know that better and that is why they don’t just base these observances on mere half-baked events or short-term flash in the pan moments but sentiments that are echoed all around the world.

Here’s a low-down on the trends that are gaining grounds this year—

CLASSIC BLUE

How do you think Pantone came with their color of the year, Classic Blue? In the words of Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of Pantone Color Institute, “We are living in a time that requires trust and faith. It is this kind of constancy and confidence that is expressed by Pantone 19-4052 Classic Blue, a solid and dependable blue hue we can always rely on”, and we couldn’t agree more.

The current global lilieu is full of uncertainty and trepidation and in situations like these we naturally gravitate towards elements that give us a sense of hope and stability. And that’s exactly what this comforting hue does. It is both contemporary and nostalgic, genderless and seasonless and most importantly, pretty much acts as a neutral and lends itself as a soothing complement to throw furniture and accessories into sharp relief.

—AUTHENTIC PLEASURES

Under the ambit of this trend come all things warm, fuzzy, and honest. We are talking about a relaxing and laid-back ambiance that millennials have a thing for. Imagine uncomplicated modern silhouettes and treasured vintage finds surrounded by a mild, faded color palette—that is authentic pleasures for you. This is the style that leaves room for the occupants’ personalities to shine through.

This new trend will work like a hand in glove with modern farmhouse and rustic interiors. From our product repertoire, the designs that will fully do justice to this aesthetic are RMD panels, faux leather tiles, and Interart embossed veneer panels.

—TASTEFUL EXTRAVAGANCE

There’s flamboyance, opulence, and visual decadence but the operative word here is tasteful. You have a healthy dose of drama and glamour with elements borrowed from the ’20s and ’70s but with a more grown-up view. Rich metallic hues, characterful objet d’arts, statement furniture pieces constitute the essential “jazz” of this aesthetic.

When we try to picture this aesthetic in our mind, we can’t help but think about our 3D Wall Panels System and delectable metallic decors from Homapal. From adorning the kitchen splashes to creating a wow moment through statement walls, tasteful extravagance can be worked up anywhere in your interior.

—SCANDINAVIAN MEETS JAPANESE

What would happen if a Scandinavian were to collaborate with a Japanese on a design project? A mindful mingling of textures and colors would ensue and everybody would just love it. That is exactly what is happening at the moment as we type! Some are calling it “Japandi” while some “Japani”, we feel the latter has a ring to it.

What we really like about this elegant mishmash of two schools of thought is that despite coming from different parts of the world, they share an inherent connection with minimalism. Japani blends the perfectly imperfect philosophy of wabi-sabi with the rustic simplicity of Scandinavian design.

From our product mix the designs we reckon will aptly portray this new style are the beautifully handmade surfaces from Homapal’s Trend Collection and exotic veneers from Duro’s NATURE’SIGNATURE.

We hope you enjoy this breakdown of major interior trends as much as we did when researching and compiling it for you. How about you drop by our store at the Ventura Architectural Experience Centre TODAY in 1/120, W.H.S, Kirti Nagar, New Delhi and we give you a hand in realizing your creative vision? You can also log on to our website venturaindia.com to view our wide-ranging assortment of surface decors. For personal assistance, you can reach us on 91-11-45546700 and 1-800-103-6756 (toll-free).

The Ease And Elegance Of RMD Wall Panels

As the season is slowly segueing from monsoon to winter, we believe a change in the interior is in order. Cold weather and Scandinavian/minimal aesthetics are like a match made in heaven. While the pared-down vibe is all about creating inviting comfort and that deeply satisfying “hygge” feeling—it also needs a strong anchor to add visual weight and warmth in your ‘less is more’ scheme. Serving all these aesthetic purposes along while packing some whopping performance features are RMD boards.

Allow us to familiarise you with RMD decorative boards—they are stylish, sturdy, and sustainable—in perfect harmony with our design beliefs.

So first things first, what are RMD wall panels?

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To put it simply, RMD wall panels are statements waiting to be made. These water and termite resistant[1]  decorative panels come in a gamut of high-impact designs that are categorized in three collections: Majestic, Imperial, and Classic.

These panels flawlessly mimic the textures and patterns of their nature-rooted inspirations. The best part about RMD panels is that they can be installed directly on walls, without any need of a wooden substrate and unlike their traditional counterparts, they don’t perish and boast a host of protective properties that contribute to their durability. Factor in their performance features and this festive season—your walls will transition from vanilla to just wow!

Shall we jump in on the features now?

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Don’t let the visual heft of these panels fool you—they are actually light-weight making transportation a hassle-free job! Which also means DIY aficionados won’t be out of their breath when installing them.

In addition to being water-proof, these panels are super easy to clean as they aren’t susceptible stain or any kind of damage. They can wiped clean with common cleaning chemicals. What also works in favor of these panels is the fact that despite the mesmerizing veinings they aren’t brittle as natural marble—which removes the nuisance of chipping.

  Can RMD panels be used in wet and humid areas?

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A BIG YES. Water-resistant properties, easy maintenance and no funny reaction against cleaning chemicals make RMD panels safe and stunning for wet and humid environments like kitchens and bathrooms.

Furthermore, RMD panels are suitable for making table tops, cabinets, doors, and modular office furniture.

You said they are easy to install?

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We did! Surface decor projects don’t have to be a rigmarole or time-consuming tasks anymore. Those of us who enjoy DIYs will find RMD panels installation process easy and time-saving. For large-scale installations, we, however, recommend the assistance of trained technicians.

Here’s a simple breakdown of the process—

First, the wall surface is readied for panelling by scraping with proper tools and removing previous finish.

Second, the RMD panels are cut according to the desired size. Cement/PU glue is uniformly spread on the backside of the panels as well as on the substrate.

Third, the panels are firmly pressed onto the substrate by applying even pressure using a roller. For a cleaner and complete look, profiles can also be added.

You will be surprised to know what this whole process takes no more than 20 minutes!

Are RMD panels environment-friendly?

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Yes, yes, and yes. Given that most of us are becoming increasingly mindful about the materials we choose in the spaces we inhabit and use—RMD panels will definitely ease your conscience. These panels are made as per international standards of sustainability and are recyclable. These beautiful alternatives to wood are addressing the global concern of tree felling for human consumption and making a strong statement for environmental empathy. Even during the manufacturing of these panels, efforts are taken to ensure minimum wastage and optimum energy efficiency.

We hope this blog post has whetted your appetite enough about RMD panels to visit us at the Ventura Architectural Experience Centre TODAY in 1/120, W.H.S, Kirti Nagar, New Delhi. You can also log on to our website venturaindia.com to view our wide-ranging assortment of surface decors. For personal assistance, you can reach us on 91-11-45546700 and 1-800-103-6756 (toll-free).

A Primer On Choosing Surface Decors For Kitchen

Deciding what surfaces to opt for your kitchen is easier said than done. That the core of furnishing our kitchens is predicated on utility with aesthetics, the real task is finding surface decor that achieves this ideal balance. Because—we don’t want our kitchen to look like a visual cacophony with elements crammed together but a coherent, put-together space that exudes warmth. 

After all, it’s the most important part of our homes and so it warrants research—which, good for you, we have done in order to make the process of selection a breeze. Whether you have stock cabinets or fully bespoke ones, knowing the following will come in handy—

#1: COLOR

Just because your kitchen is a strictly functional area of your home doesn’t mean it can’t have colors. If you want to add a fresh point of view or zest in your kitchen then what another way than some delightful hues. We imagine an energetic yet soothing color palette of Blue, Grey, and Light Grey from our exclusive curation of wood fiber panels from Valchromat. Shutters sited away from the cooking section can be clad in Valchormat fiber panels for a burst of fresh color. While the Blue will take the center stage, Grey and Light Grey will complement and contain the intensity of Blue to make it all look cohesive.

#2: TEXTURED

For those of you who are a little skeptical about introducing colors, there’s always texture to punch up visual interest in your kitchen. Whether you want to add depth or visual weight, a textured surface decor will anchor your kitchen while imparting a sense of intimacy to it. The kitchen island here which is clad in embossed veneer panel Chopped Wood from Holz in Form anchors the space and trains the spotlight on the prominent part of the kitchen.

GLOSSY

No doubt that glossy surface decors are the first choice for those looking to conjure up an unabashedly luxurious feel in their kitchen. But when something looks do precious, doesn’t that mean high maintenance and compromise on performance? Well, that isn’t the case with VetroTec acrylic high glass panels from Otto, Germany. Offering outstanding resistance to abrasion and chemicals, these high gloss panels are especially recommended for demanding practical environments like kitchen owing to their hard-wearing properties.

MATT FINISH

Without a doubt, matt finish surface decors are a popular choice among those who want to keep things fail-safe and effortlessly elegant. With moderate to little to no reflectiveness—matt finish surface decors are perfect to imbue a sense of refined practicality in kitchens. Decorative recyclable panels, RMD work unbelievably well in the kitchen—all thanks to their water-resistant and stain-free properties. Produced sustainably, these panels are super easy to install (an excellent option for those who take pride in a good DIY) and basically are no-fuss surface decors which won’t make you break a sweat every time you think about cleaning them!

METAL FINISH

The magnetism of metallic finishes is irresistible. They look effortlessly sumptuous and lend an air of exclusivity to kitchen settings. The soft luster of metal finish laminates beautifully complements transitional schemes where you need a mix of old-school glamour and contemporary pizzazz. Our collection of Metal Laminates in Delhi are best suited for kitchen backsplashes, cabinets, shelves, and kitchen islands.

Like any of these ideas for your kitchen? We have more. Why not visit Ventura Architectural Experience Centre TODAY in 1/120, W.H.S, Kirti Nagar, New Delhi. You can also log on to our website venturaindia.com to view our wide-ranging assortment of surface decors. For personal assistance, you can reach us on 91-11-45546700 and 1-800-103-6756 (toll-free).

Decor styles 101: Dream Up A Festive Dreamland With Our Decor Guide

With the year drawing to an end, the days dotted with festivities set us up for the new beginnings that lie ahead. These are exhilarating times and what better way to spend it—than in our homes—in the comforting company of our family and friends!

As there are different strokes for different folks—we thought why not collate ideas for diverse tastes and design preferences? Whether you are more of a contemporary connoisseur or an industrial enthusiast, we have some decor tricks up our sleeves that will serve as a springboard for your festive appropriate design overhaul project.

TASTEFUL LUXURY

This interior style decidedly leans towards formal classic elements, warm color palette, sumptuous soft furnishings, and character-filled period furniture. Intricate design flourishes abound in this scheme and a sense of storied history pervades because of a melange of objects that span eras and styles.

Our Luxe Tiles collection lends itself as a befitting background to hold together a rich interior style such as this. In here, the faux leather tile METEOR instills a plush ambiance into the living area. These water-resistant and anti-aging tiles are also suitable for wet and humid environments.

MODERN SOUTHERN

If you are someone who likes the informality and homely feel of country homes along with the comforts of modern life, you are totally in line with this style. Southern bonhomie is the kind of aesthetic that just feels grounding and serene whether or irrespective of whether or not you have many elements in the scheme. This can be ascribed to an earthy color palette which brings softness and invites tons of natural light inside.

Think of a casual farmhouse style juxtaposed with paneled walls, subdued damask patterned wallpaper, woody tones, stunning antique chandeliers, parquet floorings. The anchoring element in the bedroom here is Relief Wenge from Latho, Interart adds variety in terms of depth and texture. A well pulled together look ensues when commonality is established throughout the scheme.

DREAMY ECLECTIC

This kind of aesthetic is a stylish mishmash of diverse colors, patterns, influences, and reference points. The trick here is to put together these disparate elements coherently and not make it look cluttered. Since each of the objects has a strong presence—the real challenge is for them to coexist harmoniously and not appear as if they are trying to vie for attention.

For a compelling starting point—wood fiber panels from Valchromat fit the bill. Impregnated with organic dyes, these wood fiber panels are available in pleasing hues perfect to add an eye-catching burst of color into your eclectic mix. Another advantage of working with these panels is their versatility—they come in a myriad of finishes including mat, bright, varnished, waxed, textured, et al giving you free reins to work up the eclectic vibe you want to. \

CONTEMPORARY MINIMAL

Contemporary aficionados often go for one stellar design moment which eliminates the need to add more objects into the mix. It could be a stunning wall art gallery, maximalist styling by grouping together oversized vases and curios, or what we like the most—geometric 3D walls.

Our specially curated collection of 3D wall paneling system from Turkey is an ideal choice for those who gravitate towards an aesthetic that achieves the Goldilocks rule in design—not too much, not too little but just right. With one spectacular area of interest in the interiors, it becomes easier to throw in accent pieces to reinforce your contemporary point of view.

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Elements Of A Contemporary Kitchen

There’s nothing more charming than stepping into a kitchen that exudes the simplicity of a bygone period and beats with a contemporary pulse. Best Wall Panels in Delhi, that’s where the current style is headed towards. A dash of the good old homestead charm with a contemporary touch. We have always been huge fans of this kind of anesthetic. It’s just magical to be able to have a space in one’s home where the surrounding elements drum up a homey atmosphere. Such a cheerful vibe is totally conducive to delicious home-cooked food, don’t you think?

If you want to create or transform your kitchen into contemporary bastion, here are some elements with which you can nail this decorating trend.

RICHLY GRAINED WOOD

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No matter how you splice—the fact is, wood in contemporary homes doesn’t get the spotlight that it deserves. The easygoing ambiance that wood can conjure—no other material can and when you embrace wood with its natural, flawed beauty, the result is indescribably beautiful. Take a look at this sumptuously textured and grained2552 Trapez from Holz in Form. We love how the shelves and the countertop are oozing #snugfeels.\

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Tidying Up With Marie Kondo

No matter how solemn promise we make to ourselves to keep our homes shipshape and shiny, it just manages to retrograde into the clutter that it was—it’s like having our own personal-and-perennial-Mercury-retrograde-situation. Jokes aside, clutter is definitely not a state that is conducive to creativity and productivity. And tackling it has always been a challenge, so how do we get to the ‘neat and organized nirvana’ that a few of us seemed to have mastered? By following a simple two-pronged approach to tidiness as put forth by the Japanese cleanliness commando (albeit a petite one)—Marie Kondo.  

The said approach is refreshingly fuss-free—the first step of which involves taking the things you own in your hands and asking yourself if it ‘sparks joy’ or not which then leads to the second natural step where you discard those that don’t spark joy and organize those that do in ways that make locating and grabbing them easier. Sounds easy peasy, isn’t it? While it is—there are a few potential areas where you might hit an emotional impasse especially when you have objects of sentimental value but Marie offers a clever solution to that as well. 

Here are a few key takeaways from her book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing, which we can’t recommend enough—

TAKEAWAY #1: PICTURE IN YOUR MIND WHERE YOU WANT TO BE

Before you launch yourself full-fledged into the tidying process, Marie says it’s important to ask what is it that you are trying to achieve through this activity? Do you want to live minimally? Or do you want to nail a clean aesthetic that enables you to function optimally and live beautifully? Having a clear goal in mind will keep you motivated throughout the process.

TAKEAWAY #2: START WITH CATEGORIES, NOT THE LOCATION

What this means is that unlike the traditional MO where we begin by decluttering our home room-wise only to find the same object or item in a different room again (clothes, for example), we take categories head-on. The order for tackling the categories, as Marie suggests, is clothes followed by books followed by papers followed by miscellany followed by sentimental items. 

For every category—round everything up in one place so that you know how much you own. You then take each item in your hand, ask yourself if it sparks joy or not. The ones that you decide to part ways with, you thank them for fulfilling the purpose for which they were bought. Discarding with dignity, as they say. 

TAKEAWAY #3: ALWAYS KEEP THE MEMENTOS FOR THE LAST 


We couldn’t agree more with Marie as this is one tricky area that can impede your speed even before you have made decent headway into your decluttering mission. What happens when you stumble upon an old photo album? You spend hours thumbing through it, reliving sweet memories that are now frozen in time. 

So now imagine going through your photo albums with the purpose of discarding them, where do you think that will take you? To cherished episodes of your life but nowhere close to your intent. Which is why sentimental objects like albums, scrapbooks, diaries, letters, greeting cards, etc. are best left to be tackled at the end because when you follow the order of discarding items as recommended by Marie you will have honed your decision-making, which in turn will help you bid adieu to your sentimental objects. 

TAKEAWAY #4: TIDYING IS LIKE A MEDITATIVE ACTIVITY

We like how Marie’s method which is also known as KonMari has a spiritual slant to it. Marie encourages readers to say a little prayer before they hurl themselves into the tidying process. She is strictly against the idea of playing loud music while you are evaluating what to keep and what not to. 

She considers tidying as a type of meditation in which one can have a deep dialogue with oneself about the activity they are undertaking and feel in sync with the objects they own. There’s no guessing that Marie is an early riser and prefers channeling the freshness of the early morning to launch into the process. 

We hope you find Marie’s method as helpful and insightful as we did and that you are filled with enough motivation to clean your space. 

Grey is The Black

They say life is not always black and white, it’s a million shades of grey. But out of these million shades, choosing the right kind of grey that works for you and your interior is important. For grey, if we are to examine it from a more clinical perspective, is actually bereft of color. You’d argue that black and white, mixed together make grey but any color (whether a primary hue or as a result of combination)—inherently—has some personality attached to it; for example, yellow brims with upbeat energy or blue pulsates serenity. 

However, grey, in that respect, is absent of color and therefore, does not draw attention to itself. You can ascribe it any mood or personality you want as it’s more of a thing of personal interpretation. But there are certain shades of this versatile yet mysterious hue that have, over years of usage, gained certain psychological associations enabling users to create an ambiance they are aiming for. 

Here are some of our surface decors drenched in greys, which are our favorites and communicate a sophisticated vibe. 

SCANDI-COOL AND CHIC


Cozy and cheerful, the (2418 Stone “S”) like the Scandinavian style, is full of homely warmth. The deeply textured panel in charcoal grey is an ideal way to play up the modern-sophistication-meets-hygge-comfort that the style represents. You can instantly create a warm, enveloping vibe in your interior with this embossed veneer from Holz in Form and as you can see here, the grey gives all #positivefeels

SCULPTURAL FINESSE

All those naysayers who thought that grey conveys nothing more than dull and dreariness will be forced to lose their smugness and become appreciative of its controlled nature. Grey can be dramatic and daring—just like Mabel, a 3D wall system comprising polygonal tiles that are placed in opposing directions to create a ‘jumping off your wall’ spatial effect. For an interesting dialogue between light and depth, these tiles in Silver, White, and Smoke will pep up your walls in a beat.

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For those of us who are seeking a tidy and fuss-free definition of that coveted contemporary lifestyle—we are giving you a starting point to launch into action. Greys with a touch of blue, like this beaut from our Interart 9090 Ridgewood Latho Move series, has a nonchalant coolness to it which we totally approve of. This hue of grey works as a neutral—pulling together disparate design elements and resulting in a look that looks posh but not pretentiously precious. We are already imagining a laidback home office in this wall panel in delhi Ncr

WORK IN CONTRAST

Grey might seem like an estranged member of the black and white family—but it sure does exhibit the characteristics these two strong colors are primarily used for, which is to work up the contrast. Enveloping the wall behind the TV unit is Grey Valchromat, a wood fiber panel impregnated with an organic dye. Acting as a vivid contrast to its calm energy is a bright sunny hue blanketing the frame of the TV unit’s niches.

We hope this blog post dispelled some of your common misunderstandings and concerns about grey. Let us tell you that we have a HUGE selection of surface decors in this versatile color. So why not pop into our store to see which one floats your boat?

Visit Ventura Architectural Experience Centre TODAY in 1/120, W.H.S, Kirti Nagar, New Delhi. You can also log on to our website venturaindia.com to view our wide range of products. For personal assistance, you can reach us on 91-11-45546700 and 1-800-103-6756 (toll-free).


All That Glitters is Gold – Golden Panels For Interiors

Alright, we are saying this with every active atom of our bubbling creativity that we love GOLD. Yes. Gold is stylish, never out of style, adds an instant pop of glamour and gravitas (if you want to), revivify a scheme … and the list goes endless. You get the drift—it looks pretty, powerful, and on-point.

There’s always a corner in the living or a room or a wall or a cabinet that is calling for some high-impact statement and what most of us, without even realizing do—think about incorporating gold. Gold embodies luxury—pure, unabashed—whether you want for it to shine stellar or seductively wink through a distressed finish, gold does what it does best—bedazzle.

Here are some of our favorite decors that prove that all that glitters is, indeed, GOLD!

– THE GOLDEN TOUCH OF OUR 3D WALL PANEL SYSTEMS


The entwined geometric curlicues of Spline in Gold add visual intrigue to the reception area.

The hexagonal 3D tiles “Norm” in multiple colors including Gold add a playful touch to an upscale bistro.

Our 3D wall Panel Systems are everything you can expect from a spectacular piece of art—they seize the attention and with their spatial effect take interiors to another level. These geometric tiles which come gilded in rich tones are perfect to amp up drama in interiors.

Perhaps you are only looking to create a strong focal point and keep the rest of the scheme tame—these 3D wall Panel Systems will add a stunning sheen whilst enabling you to work up an unforgettable design moment right from the get-go. Here are some of our picks:

–  THE GOLDEN ACCENT OF OUR PLUSH LUXE TILES

When you want to launch into a ‘no-holds-barred’ approach and yet maintain the discreet-ness that is synonymous with understated luxury—we’d suggested our all-time favorite Luxe Tile design Luxor 2097. Best used as a floor-to-ceiling headboard, these decadent tiles with their cut-out gilded structures will elevate your bedroom lusciously to cozy new heights.

They also create the perfect jewel-toned pizzazz in spaces calling for a grand welcome and/or starting point. Office owners, take the cue. 

– GO FOR GOLD WITH OUR LUXE LAMINATE

While we tend to associate gold with high-octane, uninhibited luxury—but it also has another personality to it. The meshed texture of our designer luxe laminate 471/100 looks like the cover of a very old tome wrapped in golden burlap. We love the old-world feel this texture brings about.

It would be lovely to see an heirloom piece of furniture come to life with this spectacular laminate, don’t you agree?

– BEHOLD THE AURA OF LUXE LAMINATE SERIES


Looking for something that’s more nuanced yet full of complex details, take a look at New Crisp Gold 804/252 from Homapal’s Trends Collection. The tantalizing golden hue which glints from the intricate veining complements all kinds of styles from modern to maximalism to midcentury modern. The organic patterning on its surface is apt to bring focus on walls, architectural details, and furniture.

When it comes to decors dripping in gold, there’s no dearth of options.To view our gilded showcase, please visit Ventura Architectural Experience Centre TODAY in 1/120, W.H.S, Kirti Nagar, New Delhi. You can also log on to our website venturaindia.com to view our wide-ranging assortment of surface decors. For personal assistance, you can reach us on 91-11-45546700 and 1-800-103-6756 (toll-free).