A beautiful garden, magically comes alive with floating candles, diyas and lights. Come join us as we explore this diwali decorated house!
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Our guest blogger today is Manvi who blogs at Mochatini. Manvi’s blog is constantly updated with inspiration, finds, and interesting decor ideas. That’s what makes it a must-watch for us at The Keybunch, and we thought it would be a good idea to share her talents with you, our readers. […]
Meera Vasudev Srinivasan is a busy architect and mom who still manages two blogs, designramblingsandmuchmore and right to dream in spite of her busy schedule. She also drops in often at our blog to leave encouraging comments. In this guest post, she blogs how we can reuse household products to […]
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.
Have you ever wished to buy glass bottles, but always been afraid of recieving damaged products? We assure you that you will get your products without a scratch, and money back if it arrives broken! I recently brought out a collection of demijohns in 3 different colours. The response was […]
A Diwali lighting guide for those with a discerning taste for home decorating! Nvvel Diwali lighting options for those who like to be diferent Diwali is synonymous with lighting. But good lighting options are hard to come by. Not this year! This Diwali, you will have your pick of the most novel lighting options, thanks to this curated guide!
Dare to experiment with a fresh diwali palette! Pastels and shimmers are so calming and beautiful this season, Pramila Gupta shows us how!
Deepawali is happiness, even if you haven’t celebrated it in India for decades! Sheela Dinkar shows us her beautifully decorated Diwali home!
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.
Diwali at the Tyagi residence in Mumbai. Decked up Diwali home with lighting and beautiful colours and interesting elements merging together