Kerala home design trend: What to expect from 2019

Kerala home design trend: What to expect from 2019

The year 2019 will mark the 10th anniversary of Kerala home designs, which has a deep link to the country’s history.

The state has a rich history with traditional architecture and traditional architecture has long been a key part of Kerala’s culture.

Its cultural and social fabric is one of the oldest in the country and it has a vibrant and diverse art, music, culture and tourism scene.

Kerala’s unique style of architecture has evolved through the centuries, from its ancient temples to modern urban neighbourhoods, as well as rural villages.

It is also one of India’s most diverse cities with many ethnic groups.

There are over 300 cultural and religious groups living in Kerala and each has its own style of decorating, from traditional to modern, traditional to contemporary, traditional or contemporary.

These can be found in different parts of the state.

There is no place in the state that is completely untouched by Kerala’s unique architectural styles.

Kannur and Kannaras have different architectural styles, and these are often found in the suburbs of Kannakulam and the adjoining areas.

The most important elements of Kerala architecture are the different styles of roofs, chimneys and arches.

Kerala’s distinctive roof designs have a rich tradition.

There are several styles, but all have their own features and colours.

The most popular styles are the round, oblong, oval, square, dome and triangle.

These roofs are the traditional roof design of Kerala, and have an important role in its development as a centre of the country.

There was a time when Kannau and Kaungam were the most popular roofs in the region.

They were the main roof styles of the Kannaus and Kancas.

The traditional roof styles, such as round and oblong are now found on most of the houses in Kerala.

There is a huge range of styles in Kerala, from the modern to the traditional.

There also are variations of traditional roofs, from oblong to oval and square.

There can be some differences between different styles, however the major difference is the roof style.

There have been many changes in Kerala’s roofs over the years, from circular to square, round and round.

The modern roofs are mainly the most important and have become more common in the last few decades.

They have an oval shape with rounded corners and are the most visible and recognizable feature of modern Kerala’s homes.

They can be a great accent for a home.

There has also been an increase in the popularity of the circular roof.

The circular roof is an elongated roof design that is found on the rooftops of many homes in Kerala today.

The square roof is also an elongate roof design, with round corners and a square roof.

Both of these are used for a variety of reasons, ranging from an indoor and outdoor area to a place of worship or a place to cook.

The main difference between the two styles is the length of the roof, with a square being more prominent.

Kannau roof is a circular roof with a round corner, the square roof has a rectangular roof with rounded edges and the oblong roof has an oval roof with square corners.

The oblong is the more popular style of roofing.

The oval roof can be used for an indoor or outdoor area and is popular in the villages.

The round shape is the most common shape of the Kerala roof.

There have been several changes in the Kerala roofs over time.

There were changes in style from the early days of the city and also from the mid-20th century.

This has led to a change in the roof design.

The modern roof style has been in use since the mid to late 1960s.

The rectangular roof has been the most used in the city for more than 50 years.

In the past two decades, the oblique style has come into fashion.

The old oblique roof design has now been replaced with the obliquitous roof design in many homes.

The Kannu and Kanthakaul roofs have the same style.

There were some changes in how the roofs are built, but the most noticeable changes were the introduction of curved and rectangular roofs in all houses, as opposed to the oblat-like roofs that have existed in the past.

The traditional roof designs are still the most prominent styles in homes in the district.

They are mainly found on roofs with rectangular corners and rectangular shapes, but there are also square roofs and circular roofs.

The shape of a roof also plays a significant role in the architecture of a house.

The shape of its roof plays a large role in defining the house, as does the way the roof is constructed.

It is the shape of roof that defines the house as a home, not the form of the house itself.

It also influences the design of a kitchen, dining room, kitchen cabinet and other kitchen facilities.

Floor-to-ceiling windows, the height of a window, the shape and colour of a wall, and the colour of an interior finish are