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.
Raja’s Cottage – a 90+ year old home in Mangalore – redesigned using Chettinad elements and genuine old accents!
A simple, uncluttered and earthy design with lots of style! A biophilic design with a good connect with nature and some old world charm. Asha Raj’s Singapore home is a treat to the eyes!
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.
How would you like to visit a home that is generously sprinkled with beautiful textiles, colour, and quite simply, joy? Chitra’s joy-infused boho-eclectic home that makes the eyes dance everywhere you look!
Villa Rashmi is a one-of-a-kind over 100-year old heritage villa in Mumbai with over 50 rooms, located on a dead-end road in the heart of the suburb of Malad.
Heritage homes are few and hard to come by. This old guthu house in Mangalore is extremely well-maintained. Come, have a look!
Naina and her family live in a 2500 sq ft Scandi-Minimalist CPH Home with Indian Accents surrounded by the sea and forests.
White is timeless and can never go out of style. It’s the most versatile backdrop to work with and when punctuated with colour it looks quite striking. White and neutral aesthetics accentuate minimal decor.