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Photo realism & Geometry: Pop art isn’t passé yet, so hold on to the Marilyn Monroe cushions in fuchsia and neon green. “The new home is evolving into larger and more innovative surroundings where the traditional rules are bent and living spaces are making a personal statement,” says Raseel Gujral, creative head, Casa Paradox. So furniture can be kitschy, with Indian wedding themes, for the flamboyant, if they so choose. “Vintage prints are wearing a new look, too,” says Laymarie. What’s flying off shelves are African designs on Italian fabrics, creating a new vocabulary in upholstery design. Tribal prints are scanned and then superimposed on fabric for that contemporary look. Likewise, traditional block prints are seeing embroidered finishes, giving it a 3D lift. And the next time you doodle, don’t just throw it away. It could go up your wall, as a work of art. Geometric prints are doing the rounds and one will see it on everything from
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