Inject Some Color in Your Spaces This Monsoon With Our Decor Edit

We are finally given the reprieve from the oppressive heat. The downpour has been the best thing in these last couple of months. We love the overcast skies, the pitter- patter of the rain, and the freshness of Mother Nature. While we love everything about Monsoon, there’s no saying that after a point it’s going to start getting a little dour and gloomy since most of us will be cooped up indoors. 

So how do we combat the blues then? By spritzing some life and color in our interiors! Here’s our edit of resplendent decors put together just for you. 

1. Red Valchromat

We can never tire of red—and we bet this particular red hue from Valchromat is something that will have you hooked from the first moment you clap your eyes on it. The reason we like? The shade isn’t too radical nor too reticent, it’s just right and will be as much at home in your home as it will be in your office. 

What also makes it more special is the fact that this wood fiber panel is organically dyed—this will make all you proponents of sustainability smile ear to ear. Since it is made of wood, the panel has these charming variation in tonality which adds to its beauty copiously. 

2. Casa Panel LC 74 

If you want to nail the nautical theme in your home this season, we’d suggest you go with this refreshing hue of our Casa Panel—LC 74. The oceanic color will breathe new life in your interiors and be the anchor point of your maritime decor. 
This gorgeous faux leather is characterized by intricate veining and is super easy to install. You can use it to adorn your furniture, walls, shutters, table tops, doors, and ceilings. 

3. Norm in Gold 

Ah, the gilded glamour, who doesn’t like some? This entrancing hexagonal wall panel is composed of ingenious little tiles which can be used in a variety of wall decors by configuring them in different combinations. 

Norm has such an imposing presence that it will naturally be the cynosure of all the eyes—which is good, as it will render other kinds of decoration unnecessary and help you achieve the clutter-free, minimal aesthetic you have been wanting to. Killing two birds with one stone. 

4. Sunny Yellow from Plankwud 

The first thing that popped into our minds when looked at this sunny hue was Monsieur Van Gogh’s eloquent painting of sunflowers. There’s this country lovely allure to Plankwud’s Sunny Yellow—akin to Van Gogh’s famous painting. 

This meticulously crafted wooden wall panel will gladden your heart and home, oh and your office and restaurant too (it will be a match made in heaven especially if you are aiming for a homely rustic style). We are sure this ray of sunshine will positively help you feel rejuvenated, come rain or shine. 

5. Copper Moon Light from Homapal 

Luxurious and enchanting, Copper Moon Light is an out-and-out head turner launched by Homapal just this past month. Its coarse, flawed surface coupled with its warm rosy hue will conjure urban sophistication. For those of you who find the magnetism of rose gold difficult to resist, we just gave you just another reason to indulge! Like what you see here? We bet you will like these, even more, when you will see our showcase in person. Visit our Ventura Architectural Experience Centre TODAY in 1/120, W.H.S, Kirti Nagar, New Delhi. Log on to our website venturaindia.com to view our wide array of products. You can also reach us on 91-11-45546700 and 1-800-103-6756 (toll-free).

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The Curious Case of Valchromat – Organically Colored Wood Fibre Boards

As much as we adore those natural wood tones and the complex grainy patterning, our heart is forever seeking vibrant hues—after all, a fresh burst of color can do wonders to your interior scheme. However, we usually have to forgo one in favor of another. But what if the wood came soused with pleasing colors? Is that even possible? Valchromat by Investwood is what dreams are made up of—let’s say dreams involving an assortment of beautiful colors on wood. 

Let’s dive into what Valchromat really is. If you thought only X-Men are a result of gobsmacking mutation, you are wrong. Valchromat is an evolved avatar of MDF. They were introduced in 1998 and since then have undergone exhaustive testing and refining for furniture, commercial, and residential applications

These wood fiber panels are soaked in gorgeous colors throughout and as if this feature wasn’t enough to widen our eyes, these panels are impregnated with organic dyes! We hope you got something around you to hold on to! Valchromat panels also possess the unique tonal variation of wood, as that’s their raw material. 

Another peculiarity that adds to their unique coloration is the visibility of small fiber panels on the surface—an alluring flaw that occurs when some of these tiny fibers don’t absorb the organic dyes. Alright, so it fares phenomenally well on the color front but what happens when the surface gets dinked or scratched by accident? Does it leave unsightly discoloration or dent? It doesn’t! You can resuscitate the affected area by simply sanding out and re-finishing it! 

Valchromat is fantastically versatile not only in terms of colors but also in thickness. Like any other wood, Valchromat panel can be finished using wax, varnish, oil or lacquer. These fiber panels are moisture-resistant, which means they can very much be used in bathrooms and areas with high humidity levels after proper edge sealing, of course. We are so imagining them as a soothing background for an outdoor seating ensemble in a beach villa!

These luscious panels can be used in different applications such as furniture, doors, decorative panels, CNC routed elements, and regular paneling.

Last but not least, Valchromat ticks an important box that as house-proud owners and design enthusiasts we all should be mindful of—environment-friendly. The rationale behind Valchromat’s manufacturing is to reduce and hopefully in the very near future eliminate environmental impact. The resultant waste and bark from the production process are reused to fuel the steam boiler. 

Moreover, whenever available—post-industrial waste from sawmills, wood pallets, pine woodchips, etc. are used in the production of these wood fiber panels. Valchromat can also be recycled, which is yet another cherry on the top!