Tag: home decor

5 stunning Airbnbs you would love to stay in Bangalore for their design sense

5 Bangalore Airbnbs for their design and decor senseLong weekend? Get out of town.There were a bunch of places we were to eager to drive to…



Here’s What You Can Shop At The Home Centre Sale To Make your Home Look a Million Bucks

OK. Before I begin, let me set the record straight. This is not a sponsored post.

I have always been in awe of the gold jeweled products at Home Centre, especially around the festive season. Nothing does as much justice to your home as the golden votives, tea light holders or the blingy placemats. And truth be told, they burn a hole in your pocket if you…



5 Hanging Lamps for your living room under Rs. 20,000

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aerial view of the living room

This is my living room as seen from the dining room. The living sports a double height ceiling and…



Summer vacation in Goa? Choose from these 4 Airbnb properties with spectacular views. Bonus: You’ll love the decor.

goa airbnb properties to stay at

Goa is a state of mind.

A slice of paradise.

A house for the body, a home for the soul.

The Goan properties featured below are thus introduced on Airbnb.

Unseasonal showers in Bangalore today;…



Favorite Design and Decorating Magazine?

Do you subscribe to any of the home interiors and decorating magazines, or pick a random bunch off the shelf every month?

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Do you lean towards Elle Decor with its emphasis on stylish living and following the seasonal trends closely? Or do you prefer…



Studio Tour: Glasscrafters, Bangalore

Nestled in the by-lanes of Indira Nagar is a studio named “Glasscrafters“. Glasscrafters was started by Asad Hajeebhoy originally in 1991 in Bombay, followed by a four year stint in Muscat, Oman,and finally at Bangalore in 1996.  A physicist by education, Asad pursued stained glass as a hobby to take it up full-time in 1996.



Turning Eucalyptus Seeds into a Decor Piece

One morning my two-year old son brought a bunch of brown seeds after his morning walk. He called the round-looking seeds “flowers” and they were meant as a gift to me. Touched, I wanted to preserve the first gift I ever got from the toddler. On closer introspection, the dried seeds looked beautiful, and unlike most plants, they were too hard to wither from the…