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NDTV Good Times is back with Luxe Interiors S3

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MUMBAI: NDTV Good Times, India?s premier lifestyle channel is all set to launch the third season of its popular show Luxe Interiors presented by Kohler .The show which has garnered immense popularity for showcasing beautiful spaces and highlighting unique interior trends, will see award-winning Architect Saket Sethi as the host for the second year

The new season of Luxe Interiors will travel across the country in a quest to uncover the varied architectural stamps of India. Each episode will feature some of the industry?s leading designers and their creations. The show will also give out tips and tricks to restyle homes, show case beautiful spaces, discover unique styles and throw light on options for luxurious products for any space.

Speaking about the success of the show, Arati Singh, Channel Head, NDTV Good Times said, ?At NDTV Good Times, we constantly strive to engage our audience with up-to-date content that they can resonate with. There is much growing interest in design and architecture today, and we want to inspire our viewers to create their own spaces or do up interiors to suit their personality and style.?

Sethi said, ?Season 3 is about getting viewers to experience an even wider range of projects and by giving them a view into what makes them special. The show is about making design more democratic and accessible by providing viewers quick and easy tips to enhance spaces through DIY projects. We want people to experience how the power of everyday design can transform their lives.?

This 13 episode series gets exclusive access into the homes of some of the renowned names of the country, across fields, to understand how their personalities have moulded their surroundings. The viewers will discover this season?s coolest products and hottest trends on walls, furniture, unique flooring options, lighting and also bathrooms along with some quick DIY lessons. If that wasn?t enough, some lucky viewers stand a chance to get expert advice on restyling their homes by Saket Sethi. Join Sethi on this exciting journey of design every Thursday at 8:30PM only on NDTV Good Times.

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