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!
Especially post-Covid, families are spending more time in kitchens and also inviting their friends to cook-ins. Many of us tend to feel that we could possibly be happier with our kitchen. Let’s take a look at some of the major improvements you might consider making to your own kitchen.
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!
A lovely guide to help you host and decorate for your next Christmas Party
We at The Keybunch store sent out this Wobbly – a product that wobbles a bit and hence is quite interesting to decorate a space with – to artists across India. We gave them a free hand. Our only ask? Convert the wobbly into a dolly. The idea was to get unique art on them and auction them with the money going to a deserving charity.
Ambiente will be back after its 2-year covid-induced hiatus. The fair is scheduled for 3 to 7 February 2023 at its usual venue in Frankfurt, Germany.
A traditional Nalukettu home in Kerala restored by renowned architect Benny Kuriakose. Benny Kuriakose is well-known for his efforts in conserving old buildings in South India. I am a big fan of his new constructions that pay respect to ancient building principles, yet allow for a modern lifestyle. Take for […]
Onam is the Harvest festival of Kerala. And Vinitha George from Little Heaven Decor has encapsulated this Onam vibe beautifully in her new Thiruvonam collection.
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!