- It would have a big book chest with antique polish, parallel to one of the walls. On it, would be my valuable possessions increasing the charm of my room. Traditional art pieces and old brass Diyas would find their rightful place.
- One wall would be a photo wall. Period.
- The kitchen would be ergonomically designed and so would be all cupboards. They should not make users bend all the time or fuss over tiny jobs like taking something out while making some one stuck while cooking. I do not want them to be expensive, I am sure I can find solutions to revamp cheaper ones too!
- My drawing room would not be out of theme. Flowers to show cases. Things would be little and classy. No candles and No tacky frames. Only simple traditional art stuff and they would be white, cream, golden, copper and happy :)
- There would be no clothes on the floor or on the bed. Everything on hangers, nails or in baskets. Organizing things should not be complex. They should be easy to engrave as habits in daily routine.
- Idols we love would be in a classic marble wooden temple. Gods from all religions.
- Each of the big section of the house would have a dustbin. No, Dustbins carry wastage and no negative power or black magic!
- There would be no open storage system in the drawing room or the dining room.
- There would be a space for my beloved oven. May be below the platform or on a side panel.
- Beds would be more beautiful due to the presence of side tables. They would have have space to keep our watches, remotes, books we are reading, torches and medicines. 'Place for all these things should be right next to the beds'. Talk about user experience!
- Rooms would have big open windows which would have flower pots or a couple of bottled plantations. They won't be covered with clothes hanged for drying all the time.
- Washrooms have nothing in metal except fittings. Brush holders to soap holders. Rusting is so not hygienic and they are dangerous if you get injured.
- Shirts and Sarees would be hanged nicely on hangers. Thin metallic ones. No harmful plastic.
- Liquid soap dispenser would be there near all basins with Dettol giving strong smell for my own satisfaction!
- I will have bottles turned into 'Bagichas' all around. I love these tiny ecosystems.
- The passage near the main door would be classier than the entire house. Bright and crafty. In Diwalis Diyas would charm guests away or they would be smitten by fancy small Christmas sock in the Christmas.
- News papers and magazines would have their own cute holder in the drawing room.
Do you have such ideas for your home?
How do you make home?