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‘Better Interiors’ celebrates 5th Anniversary with ‘Luxury Special’ issue

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‘Better Interiors’ celebrates 5th Anniversary with ‘Luxury Special’ issue

‘Better Interiors’ turns five this May and the magazine has come up with a special anniversary issue that is dedicated to luxury. The anniversary special is packed with more than 200 pages of drool-worthy products and spaces that can inspire readers to create their homes with sophisticated style.

The main highlight of the issue is an ultra luxury spread of 15 crème de la crème products, reviewed and handpicked by the team. Must sees includes – a gold, relief-work dinner service; pearlised leather furniture; hi-tech, ultra-thin showerheads and refrigerators with intuitive cooling technology.

Adding to this, there are four lush settings that are unique interpretations of luxury - sensorial grandeur, contemporary indo-western, vintage wonder, black and wild.

The Luxury Special also offers readers a glimpse into five affluent residences from across the country - a traditional contemporary penthouse and a retro-vintage apartment in Mumbai, a suave bachelor pad in Hyderabad, and a light-filled bungalow and a green show flat in Bangalore.

With this issue, readers are also treated to a free copy of the Better Interiors Style Guide, a directory of 45 top luxury stores in India which is replete with a descriptor of store highlights and all relevant contact information.


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