A beautiful dream in wood and old brass, modern accents and lots of collected treasures, a strong connect with the family’s south indian roots, and the most gorgeous custom made swing. Come, see for yourself
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There is no denying the charm of an old sewing machine. Have you got one with you? Apart from the sentimental value – your grandmother used it to make your mother’s wedding gown! – sewing machines are charming additions to your decor. Here are some wonderful ways to display those […]
Antique shop – Jewish Street, Fort Kochi We planned a vacation to Kumarakoam in God’s own country this holiday season. The backwaters trip has been on my wish list for quite some time and I was obviously thrilled that the plan came through this Christmas. It’s another story that the […]
How do architects live? How do they decorate their homes? We spoke to Swati Seraan one of our fav architects, one who has been associated with The Keybunch for years now.
For 2023, the Asian Paints Colour of the Year is Silver Escapade, which symbolises a fluid interaction between time and space.
What’s better than a dedicated space to experience The Keybunch products? A multi-use space that will feature not only my products, but also complementary products from other brands, a dedicated meeting space in a beautiful balcony garden, and curated workshops. Multi-use, that’s the keyword here. Discover the Ultimate Multi-Use Space […]
Raja’s Cottage – a 90+ year old home in Mangalore – redesigned using Chettinad elements and genuine old accents!
An Indian home in the US, one I am happy to curate as it belongs to a lovely person Meena Harish, who I consider a good friend! WELCOME to Meena’s beautiful India-inspired home in Dallas!
Prameela Nair is a resident of AbuDhabi, UAE, but that did not stop her from mindfully collecting antiques and vintage pieces over several years. All these pieces found a home in her Palakkad home, replete with Athangundi Tiles and a lovely old-world charm.
Prameela’s home is all about Indian styling – her homes always give out ethnic and rooted aesthetics. There is a lot of art from various artists. An art piece is the perfect way to add that Indian touch to homes. Prameela buys art from upcoming artists whose pieces reflect culture, tradition and warmth. The recent Pichwai painting which is quite big, takes centre stage in her living space. The walls also double up as art canvasses!