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Published: Oct 27, 2016



Misty rooms

This Ultrasonic Humidifier from Usha comes with a water tank capacity of 4.5 litres, and features eight variable mist output controls, each with its own melody. The integrated rotating water disc filter traps germs and other harmful substances in the water tray, thereby emitting clean moisture into the air. The auto-off function makes the humidifier switch off when the water tank is empty.

Let there be peace
The Buddha collection from Frazer and Haws includes striking sculptures and wall art of a unique style and look. The sculptures are handcrafted in mixed media and sterling silver (of 92.5 percent purity), along with copper; the wall art is detailed in sterling silver, hammered copper and wood.


Steaming it up

The Saeco Intelia super-automatic one-touch espresso and cappuccino machine from Philips is equipped with Latte Perfetto technology. It is based on the bean-to-cup principle and consists of ceramic grinders, quick-heat boiler and dual-chamber milk carafe.

(Misty rooms, Steaming it up, courtesy Better Interiors)

(This story appears in the 28 October, 2016 issue of Forbes India. You can buy our tablet version from Magzter.com. To visit our Archives, click here.)

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