Pottery Lane: a non-descript street where hands are at work shaping lumps of clay into kulhads and tandoors
Every once in a while I hail a cab to take me to a part of the city I haven’t been…
Today I have a super easy DIY post for you. Remember in the rope shelves post, I promised to show you how to make a hanging planter with rope. Ready?
I had been scouting for good balcony railing planters to hold the rectangular planters but yet to find one that doesn’t cost a fortune. I am not too fond of the custom made welded ones….
In this post, I analyse if you should consider buying a row house in Renaissance Nature Walk.
Continuing with the House Hunt series, today I present to you one of our ah! moments.
One where space is the king.
One where light rules, and flows in unhindered.
One where you can spread a chataai on the terrace and gaze at the stars…
Owning a house was THE goal after kids’ education and wedding for our parents’ generation.
That is slowly changing now with most of us getting an apartment in early 20s.
Signing on the dotted line in the agreement should bring happiness.
Ads show images of folks like us sitting on the balcony/lawn sipping tea leisurely flipping through the pages of newspaper.
Often, they are flanked by manicured lawns, a…
People are willing to go to great lengths to give their homes a unique look. Identical furniture, similar accessories have flooded the market. And the ease of buying them online means either your home looks like a page from a catalog or similar to dozens of other homes. Custom furnishings have the power to transform the looks of a…
In my last post on my quest for aqua blue wall tiles, I expressed my disappointment at none of the leading brands having a shade even remotely closer to this one.
Since then, we have visited numerous shops in Banaswadi, Marathahalli, Indira Nagar and Shivaji Nagar. Who knew tiles such as this blue can be a exemplary,…
A huge cotton tree, ladies fingers, tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, peppers, chillis, potatoes, eggplants, carrots, cabbage, and beetroots – this was the backyard of our home when I was growing up.
An informal signage to our house was: “the house with a large flower garden in the front”. Marigolds, sunflower, dahlias, and tuberoses adorned the house.
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