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.
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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!
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!
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!
Deepawali is happiness, even if you haven’t celebrated it in India for decades! Sheela Dinkar shows us her beautifully decorated Diwali home!
Neha’s Bengaluru home has lovely little touches. The attention to detail is noticeable; we also love the mix of the new and the traditional
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 […]
“Life in the Army, they say it’s mighty fine…”- go the lyrics of a traditional US army song that was popular in the 70’s. Life in the Indian Army is an experience too – and all you Army families, I can see you nodding your heads in affirmation! While Army Spouses are […]