Tuesday, July 4, 2017

www.thestudiobangalore relaunched: The new destination for Turnkey Home Interiors, Modular Kitchens & Wardrobes in Bangalore

Exited to announce that after 6 months of work we launched the new website for The Studio. For those of you who are new to this blog The Studio is my own venture offering Customised Turnkey Home Interiors, Modular Kitchens & Wardrobes across Bangalore. The new website consolidates the 3 offerings from The Studio under a single umbrella (earlier we had 2 separate websites – one each for Kitchens & Wardrobes) to make it easier for customers to get a complete picture.

We also have a refreshed new logo which is a combination of the Ganesha (auspiciousness) & the Swastika (beginning) signifying an auspicious new beginning:  a new home is really a beginning

Happy to get your feedback on the website – do check in at https://www.thestudiobangalore.com




  1. Hi Nandita,

    congratulations and wish you achieve great success with your new venture.

    I have a small doubt on hinged wardrobe doors. I went for an overlay design with soft closing hinges. Although I went with block board for all my wardrobe doors, I see some of them are showing some bend. What will be the solution for this? Shall I go for magnets? Hettich technician advised against it. He said we should not use magnets on soft closed doors. So what are the other options I have?

    For sliding doors (4x8) I fit the door straighteners behind. But I am not user what to do with hinged doors.

    1. You can put straighteners on hinged doors too. If the bend is not much then even Magnets will suffice...there is no issue in using magnets with soft closing doors (I assuming you are using soft closing hinges)



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