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This beautiful 2200 sqft Noida apartment is the ideal Indian home, decorated mindfully, and a comfortable, safe haven during difficult times!
An Indian home outside India is always a joy to behold. I often wonder where decor is sourced, and how the aesthetics are achieved. We have many homes belonging to the Indian diaspora featured on this blog. Today’s home is one such, and we decided to ask the home owner Chandana what we always wanted to know!
A home renovation is way more challenging than doing up a new home. Because it’s like wiping out years of love and living, and starting over to build more memories. And for the architect, it is even more challenging when the home belongs to her parents.
Nehal and Chetan, moved into their Bangalore apartment last year, after a stint overseas. ” It’s our first big investment as a couple!!” beams Nehal. If you ever doubted the phrase, “it’s all in the details” then this home should clarify everything for you 🙂
If you thought predominantly warm colours in a modern home is surely not for you, think again. This home in Hyderabad has just the right amount of pastels and neutrals balancing out the warm tones. With the right lighting and decor, it is absolutely stunning!
Chuzai Living is a blog written by Kaho, a Japanese national, as she outlines expat life in various cities. I am a big fan of her blog – it is practical, informative, and the homes she has decorated during the course of her expat life are beautiful! I especially loved […]
Bangalore-based friends Manali and Jayati have made their rented home a delightful space infused with colour, DIYs and plants. They love the way the home has turned out!
Bohemian Chic done right! This is a beautiful home that is infused with full blown Bohemian decor. The wall colours are especially well-chosen, and we can’t get enough!
A beautiful DIY heart centred home, where husband-wife duo Ankita and Sitanshu have carefully planned each item of decor and lovingly decorated the home they share with Sitanshu’s parents and their toddler son Miraash.