7 stunning decor items under Rs 1,500 for a stylish home upgrade | Most Searched Products

When it comes to decorative pieces for a home, the list is endless. From mirrors, lighting, photo frames to showpieces, there is something for everyone. For a quick refreshment and upgrade, you can also swap conventional and overused items like lamps and lighting with decorative ones for an instant change. If you are looking for some inspiration for decorating your home, our handpicked pieces will surely impress you. Check them out below:

This handwoven rug will instantly upgrade your living space and make it look much more inviting.

Enhance the brightness and airiness of your studio apartment with this frameless mirror. A mirror creates a sense of space in rooms and also reflects light. This mirror is available for
Rs 1,299 only.

Bring home a rustic, nostalgic vibe with these tungsten lamps that emit a warm glow.

Wooden wall clock

Wall clocks have become a rare sight these days with most of us

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Take a look inside this stunning castaway cottage for sale on Scottish island

When Teresa Atkinson and her partner Andrew Bartlett moved to the Isle of Harris in September 2015, little did they know that they would soon find another house on the island that was simply too good an opportunity to let go.

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Luskentyre, for sale through Galbraith.

hen Teresa Atkinson and her partner Andrew Bartlett moved to the Isle of Harris in September 2015, little did they know that they would soon find another house on the island that was simply too good an opportunity to let go.

“As soon as we were here, 1 Luskentyre came on the market,” Teresa recalls. Situated on the west side of South Harris in the Outer Hebrides, Luskentyre is one of the most spectacular beaches in Scotland. Indeed, Luskentyre was named as one of the UK’s best beaches in the Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards, and

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Stunning Bath fightback seals maximum over Gloucester





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Bath staged a stunning fightback to stay on course for the Premiership play-offs by beating West Country rivals Gloucester 31-20 at the Recreation Ground.

Gloucester led by 17 points entering the final quarter, but Bath moved second in the table after hooker Tom Dunn touched down twice in five minutes, before prop Lewis Boyce powered over and scrum-half Ben Spencer added a 78th-minute bonus-point score.

Fly-half Rhys Priestland kicked four conversions and a penalty, and victory over Saracens in their final regular-season game on Sunday week will be enough to secure a top-four finish.

Gloucester conceded 28 points during the final 19 minutes, and they could scarcely believe what had hit them.

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Tries by centre Chris Harris and former Bath player Matt Banahan put Gloucester in the driving seat, with Billy Twelvetrees kicking

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Stunning Bath fightback against Gloucester keeps play-off bid on course

Bath staged a stunning fightback to stay on course for the Gallagher Premiership play-offs by beating west country rivals Gloucester 31-20 at the Recreation Ground.

Gloucester led by 17 points entering the final quarter, but Bath moved second in the table after hooker Tom Dunn touched down twice in five minutes, before prop Lewis Boyce powered over and scrum-half Ben Spencer added a 78th-minute bonus-point score.

Fly-half Rhys Priestland kicked four conversions and a penalty, and victory over Saracens in their final regular season game on Sunday week will be enough to secure a top-four finish.

Gloucester conceded 28 points during the final 19 minutes, and they could scarcely believe what had hit them.

Tries by centre Chris Harris and former Bath player Matt Banahan put Gloucester in the driving seat, with Billy Twelvetrees kicking 10 points, yet it ultimately proved nowhere near enough.

The game was played behind closed

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Picture perfect, pretty pastel property by the sea with stunning Instagram-worthy interiors

The inspirational woman behind these mesmerising interiors was a master at creating unique and super stylish rooms.

Over the years she created four dream homes that showcased her style that regularly featured in glossy magazines such 25 Beautiful Homes and Traditional Homes and Interiors.

So to say this beautiful house in Pembrokeshire with a sea view overlooking St Dogmaels has glossy magazine standard interiors is undeniable and surely perfect Instagram and Pinterest content too.

The lady in question was Beatrix Pearson and when she and her husband Eric arrived at their new home in Pembrokeshire from their former stunning Somerset property in 2009, this lovely home got the brilliant Beatrix design treatment too.



a bench in front of a house: five bed detached home in St Dogmaels Cardigan with the prettiest of pastel cottage style interiors for sale for 825k with jj morris cardigan


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five bed detached home in St Dogmaels Cardigan with the prettiest of pastel cottage style interiors for sale for 825k with jj morris cardigan



a close up of a flower garden in front of a lush green field: five bed detached home in St Dogmaels Cardigan with the prettiest of pastel cottage style interiors for sale for 825k with jj morris cardigan


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An interior designer and former house flipper turns used RVs into stunning tiny homes on wheels

  • Trina Sholin is a self-taught interior designer, and her husband Steve has a background in construction.
  • Using those talents, the couple has flipped over a dozen houses together.
  • They started doing the same sort of renovations on RVs eight years ago as a hobby.
  • In 2019, they made it their full-time job and founded RV Fixer Upper, buying used RVs and turning them into stylish tiny homes to sell them for a profit.
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RVs are hotter than ever right now, with companies seeing huge spikes in sales and rentals.

While some of us are only just discovering the joys of travelling with our own bathroom and kitchen, Trina Sholin has been doing it for years.

Her only problem: RVs are ugly.

“The dark dated, drab interior — after many months, it was more than I could handle,” she told Insider.

So the interior designer

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A Hong Kong village house gets a stunning transformation that makes the most of its tropical setting



a living room filled with furniture and a fireplace: Willy Fung's house in Sai Kung. Photography: John Butlin. Styling: Flavia Markovits. Photo assistant: Timothy Tsang


Willy Fung’s house in Sai Kung. Photography: John Butlin. Styling: Flavia Markovits. Photo assistant: Timothy Tsang

Design ideas can come from anywhere – a stay in an exotic hotel, a favourite colour, the latest trends. For Hong Kong-born Willy Fung, interior inspiration comes from the property itself, no matter what state it is in. Now retired, the former strategic planner likes nothing more than finding an old property and turning what might be perceived as “trash” into something special.

“Renovation is my hobby and I love finding a property and unlocking its character,” says Fung, who has designed and renovated more than 20, for himself and for friends. “I try to tap into a home’s potential and find ways to bring out its best features. Every place is different so what works for a city apartment might look strange in a rural house.”

When he first viewed his current home

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12 stunning looks to bring more colour and style to your home



a living room filled with pink flowers on a table: wall patterns created with floral wallpaper in living room featuring velvet sofas in bright colours


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wall patterns created with floral wallpaper in living room featuring velvet sofas in bright colours

Adding wall patterns to a room, whether with paint or wallpaper, is a one-stop shop for giving your space a refresh. Whether you’re confident with colour, passionate about patterns, or even on the cautious side of decor, there are plenty of ideas to suit all tastes. Whatever your style, and whatever type of home you have too, these textured looks will have enduring appeal and will translate well in a period home also.

To get you started, we’ve rounded up the latest design ideas and looks for the walls of your period home to help you create the perfect starting point for your scheme.

Find more inspiration, advice and tips on our dedicated design hub page.

1. Add period drama with moody florals

Don’t lament the dark winter days, instead

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