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Indian Home Decor

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DIY Gallery Wall

The eagle-eyed among you may have spotted my DIY project on Instagram feed couple of days ago. It was one of those snowy weekends when I crack open most DIY decorating ideas. However, let me confess, I am really not much of a DIYer but my appetite for crafty projects has skyrocketed ever since this project yielded great results with little to no frustration. After going through many "foyer wall" dilemma that I had, this simple, cost effective with high impact idea suited my purpose. Inspired by the framed 'prabhavalli' that I got it done from a local framing guy on my last year's India visit (see here), I took some creative freedom to do the same with old frames and extra brass accessories. Undertaking this project however did not need any special knowledge or expertise and moreover the result thrilled me. Here is the step wise process (luckily I snapped few on my phone) for those who are novice like me to help you understand better. Few tips: I used the left over frames (from Walmart) that I had in the home but the thrift stores are the best bet to score few frames for this project. You may use any kind of unused fabric (I used extra left over silk blouse pieces) However, intense color will elevate the whole look with brass. I ironed the pieces before attaching to frames for an even and smooth look. I removed the glass from the frame and used Fevibond (Synthetic Rubber Adhesive) to attach fabric to the cardboard of the frame and the brass accent. You may want to give extra support behind frames to hold up the brass weight. If you don't have brass accents, plain colorful fabric in brocade, ikat, or just about any kind of fabric that speaks to your like or love will equally give you good results. Now the wall shows my creativity through what I choose to display in my home. The brass bells (another great find of my husband from India) on far left has been with us since two decades but it never looked this attractive. The frames now add the much-needed color and style to this small nook. The pair of two carved elephants is a gift from our cousin from India that he scored from an antique dealer. The frames, behaving like a puzzle pieces, are now adorning this nook as if they were meant for it. With a reflective glamour, it now rivets attention to anyone passing by the foyer. And given an opportunity, I wonderfully smug about having it all done by myself :). Hope this DIY post will bring your hidden creativity to the shore. Feel confident with your style and have courage to experiment. Mix and match - textures, patterns, color, shapes together to create a visual treat. I personally feel this is an excellent alternative to a costly painting or a print. Until we meet again, enjoy your weekend and stay connected on my Facebook page or Instagram feed for your regular dose of décor, toodles!

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Masculine Home Design: Home Tour + Tips - The Keybunch Decor Blog

Hello 2016! Men live alone for various reasons. Rather than making do with impersonal decor, try making the home more comfortable, to infuse a feeling of belonging. Here’s a contextual home tour and great tips on masculine home design. In this case, a civil servant had to move from Delhi to […]

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A traditional home in the heart of Vijayawada

The last post of the year and let me make it a good one! This post is after my own heart. It is a home tour from Vijayawada and is the abode of Asha Kiran. To begin with, let me tell you, the home is built without any help from interior designers or architects. Asha had her home conceptualized in her mind in a certain manner and she went ahead with it and it has turned out perfect! When it comes to decor, Asha is a traditionalist! Here she lives with her hubby, two daughters and a cute fur-ball! Traditional Indian homes are synonymous with a veranda and large open spaces, sit outs in the front, art work on floors and walls and you find all of that here! So far, I have come across homes that are a marriage of traditional with the modern but this home is purely Indian in all sense. I know, am doing a lot of build-up but Asha's home deserves this and more! So, let me just get started... This is the entrance and notice how it stands out against the high-rise at the backdrop. As you enter... Flower beds, the concrete sit out and Ahh! how can you miss these grand pillars... Look at the Tulsi' maadam' or the pedestal on which the Tulsi is placed! Indians have always considered Tulsi as divine and worshiped the plant due to its intense medicinal properties. And you can spot a niche on the yellow pedestal. This is with the intention of lighting a lamp there! In olden times, they would build these niches in the wall near the entry door for lighting lamps.The lady of the house would light them during evenings and that used to lend such a warm and calming effect! This entryway opens a bag of memories for me. For,ages ago when modernism hadn't caught up with our villages, the houses used to be adorned similarly!The ornate carvings on the wooden door and the painted threshold are just signs of more beauty awaiting you inside! The threshold has painted motifs of elephants, kalash and lotuses ,all signifying auspiciousness and prosperity. Now, as we step inside, you can make out the interiors styled with wood and brass. Asha's kitchen is a treasure trove of brass utensils.She says, she is very much fond of these sparkling beauties. Her favourite places for buying these antiques are Indian Antique Quest, an online destination for authentic antiques, flea markets, Lepakshi exhibitions and the old markets of Vijayawada. I still have vivid memory of my granny's old home which had such doors that opened half way from top, served the purpose of knowing who knocked without really letting them inside! This is the traditional version of our modern day safety doors. Isn't it? The wooden bench like trunk that you see in the above pic serves well as a storage and a sit-out. Being a brass lover, all those utensils make my heart, skip a beat! Asha loves to decorate her home with flowers and that can be seen in the following images This is her prayer room.. Asha tells me, its been 5 yrs since they constructed this home and to me it doesn't look more than a day old! The lotus incense holder creates the right drama at the entrance and of course you cannot miss the sweet bundle of fur-balls who makes his appearance in more than one frame! Now, a much needed tip for all brass lovers shared by Asha... The Original beauty and glow of brass vintage items comes after cleaning with Pitambari powder and swiping it with a dry cloth.The most important step is to then keep them under sunlight.This step is a must to get the best glow. I wish this tip will be useful for all brass lovers. Let me end the post with an image that left an everlasting impression on me... I hope you loved this home tour. I felt so happy presenting it to you folks. As we usher in Christmas and New year, I wish the best for all my readers.We shall meet again in 2018 with more styling tips and more importantly with posts that shall warm our hearts and bring happiness forever!

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