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Hi , I would like to blog myself about crafts, is it possible ?
what is the price of that sofaset lh5.ggpht.com/…/s512/Bamboo_Furniture.jpg
Dear Dress Your Home administrators,
I noticed that you use my picture of the Shogun Lamp on your site. In principle I don’t mind if you do, but I do object to the fact that you don’t credit me, or link back to my Flickr page. The image is of a piece of art in the Metropolitan Museum in NYC and they should be mentioned as well. Please rectify!!!
Sincerely, Cornelis Verwaal
I spotted those pictures in a last year’s edition of Elle Decor magazine. There was no mention of the photographer, so I didn’t give any credit to the images. I’ve now linked to your Flickr page. All images on this site are linked to the sources.
We will be moving back to bangalore from dubai to our own lil home & would like to have a beautiful name plate for our flat, something artisitic terracota/clay/POP ..? Could you suggest a place or an idea? You blog is great and is very inspiring!
It would be great if you can have a Q&A section in your blog.
My question is, what is the best way to hang stuff on apartment walls with the least damage to the walls?
Rashmi: Thanks for your valuable suggestion. Shall work on including a weekly section devoted to Q&A.
Coming back to your question, it depends on what you want to hang and how heavy it is. If it is something lighter like 10*12 photo frames, balloons, decoration hangings, then you can use any wall adhesive glue which peels off. One such is Blu-tack which should be available in Staples. 3M also has a similar wall adhesive but slightly more expensive than Blu-tack. after use, you can peel it off from the wall and re-use. There is absolutely no damage to the paint.
I have a question about the bunk bed in this post. http://www.dressyourhome.in/2009/07/10/bunk-beds-your-child-will-love/
If you dont mind, please let me know if you could help me out locating the place where you got this from.
Thanks so much.
It’s from Oak n Oak in Bangalore
nice post about terracotta pieces………. i think this will interest you http://terracottapotsplaza.com/
Hi, I am in the process of designing our apartment. When it’s coming to our Puja room look, I am running out of ideas.I don’t want a traditional looking wooden puja room door. Do you know of any website where I can get some contemporary designs? Also, where did you find the moroccan style hanging lamps?
i want to paint house located in visakhapatnam. i am unable to deside what colours suit my home. please help us. my phone no. 9989901100. pl contact
May I ask which city you live in? If you happen to be in Bangalore, you can check Arya Bhangy.
Hi The article on bathroom renovation was good and informative. I would like to do th same for my flat in Bangalore. Any pointers to who should I contact to get an estimate and get the the work done well.
I stumbled upon your website when i was googling about balcony gardening. Its a very good website with lots of info relating to home improvement, decor etc.. :) I’m sure your website’s going to be on my fav list… Great job
Welcome to dress your home, Priya. Thanks for your kind words.
I m looking for a good interiors who can do my kids room in a best way i bought an apartment space is little plz do a need full work to home as my dream home(9686656345)
Puja Room is a compulsory room/corner in an Indian home, but till date I have not come across any article in any interion design magazines or blogs covering this. I have been planning to have a puja corner in my house since the last one year, I have several designs in my mind, but was looking for something different, and so googled around a bit, but nothing nice really caught my eye. I was wondering if you can do an article on Puja room in your blog.
Also, i would like to feature my balcony garden in your blog. You can take a look at the pictures posted in my facebook account. You can search my profile as “Reema Saravanan” and take a look at “Greenery in my balcony” album.
Thanks for taking time to read my email.
Looking forward to your response.
Reema: Welcome here. Valid point on the puja room – will do. Loved your balcony. you do have a green thumb :)
I am planning to decorate my daughter’s room, could you please suggest some wallpapers, murals ….I am planning to use pink colour for furniture and walls …
Vilas: Great. Is your daughter old enough to choose the color for herself? I meant does she like pink, or are you choosing for her? I’d suggest you search for “girl nursery” in http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/. You have tons of ideas from color neutral ones to totally pink. If she has some favorite characters, you could make the theme around it. I’d suggest don’t put something very permanent that cannot be changed easily sometime later.
We are planning to paint our home. We want to consult a color expert who can assist us in choosing colors. Any idea whom shall we consult? I’m not sure about Asian paints color consultancy service. Pls, suggest.
Hi Padmapriya: With a bit of research online and the furniture you have at home, you can decide on the colors yourself. My experience with the Asian Paints people in deciding colors wasn’t quite great. They usually suggest the tried-and-tested safe colors such as blue or off-white for living and dining areas. More radical ones (per their taste) was a lilac for the bedrooms.
i want spiderman wallpeper in my kids room 55sqft one roll
Hi – I would like to buy wall mirror a really nice one… I checked some online sites but still not happy… Can u please suggest or some shops in Chennai
I am currently residing in Bangalore. I went through your blog, found it very informative.
Need guidance for custom made sofa making.
It all started with refurbishing our current sofa. Its when we realized that at the cost of refurbishing the current sofa, we can even buy a new one!
Hence, we are planning to make a custom built sofa from a sofa manufacturer.
While doing our rnd for the same, we realised that there are so many sofa makers available and costs ranging from Rs. 20,000/- to more than Rs. 50,000/- for a 3+1+1 seater sofa.
Few of the sofa makers have suggested neem wood for the sofa since it guards against termite and in general is good for long life of furniture. What do you suggest? Some manufacturers mentioned that the wood needed to be treated for longevity of the furniture.
Currently, the guy I am speaking to has estimated the cost to Rs. 7500 per seat which includes the raw material and labour for (3+1+1) neem wood sofa.
So roughly, he would charge us 5*7500 = Rs 37500 + fabric cost (18 mtrs) for the design we have chosen.
My query is – How can one be sure of the estimated cost suggested by the sofa manufacturer. What are he prevailing rates in the market?
Can you provide reference for a trustworthy manufacturer with good workmanship and is excellent at contemporary sofa designs.
Thanks in advance.
Your blog is a treat to the eyes. Keep up the great work!
We are constructing a house need your suggestions for wall cladding
Nagaraj: For internal walls or external walls?
hi, where are you based out of?
Shreya, in Bangalore.
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