Tag Archives: indian decor

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5 Amazing Decor Products that Caught my Eye

I have a lovely list of products – new, fresh, handmade and colorful, to share with you this week. And it wasn’t planned, but 3 of these makers are based in Chennai! ūüôā Here you go! The Eclectic Room’s newly launched Cushion Covers Vineetha Naval has grown to be more than just another decor-world acquaintance […]

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Decor Store: The Pink Chair by Komal Sandhu

The Pink Chair is where you must go if you want an accent chair, or a unique, custom-upholstered one. This is a part interview, part feature; and you can feast your eyes on the chairs designed and made by Komal Sandhu while you read! The Pink Chair is not just about getting a unique chair, […]

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Home Tour: A Mumbai home that Delights in its Turkish Influences

  A trip to Turkey inspired a family in Parel, Mumbai to¬†decide that¬†Turkey would be¬†the influence for their 2000 sq ft apartment.¬†Architect Kunal¬†Barve of the design firm Interface, worked on this project, and aptly christened it “Turkish Delight”.   The four bedroom apartment was to be redesigned into an open space for the family and […]


India-inspired decor from around the world

The world over, Indian decor is becoming a part of personal living spaces. While most Indian spaces  by non-Indians contain the stereotypical Jaipur souvenirs, bedsheets or Lucknowi chikan incorporated into decor, there are some that have managed to take the true essence of Indian and use it to stunning outcomes. Anyway, it is lovely to see […]


Would you dare to go all out on Indian kitsch?

Yes, you have seen this picture in my earlier post on Indian decor, but have you seen the whole house? Would you believe the whole house is decorated in the Indian kitschy look? I marvel at these pictures. They are bold, and I am pretty sure there is no one among you who would do […]


Want Indian decor? Avoid these mistakes!

Too much has been written about Bollywood and Indian d√©cor‚Ķand too many people (living overseas) have tried it, often with disastrous results. Carrying off a desi interior look is not easy. Because you are working with so many colors, you have to balance them out, or you are bound to end up with a garish, […]