Scattered pillows, putting potted plants, wall sculptures of Krishna and Ganesha, antique global carvings of lotus and chakras, earthy grounding woods aged so fantastically, non secular and cleaning the aura that emerges from my residence is my connection to my birthplace, beautiful India.
My residence is an extension of my personality, always changing, in no way staying nonetheless, the bohemian wanderlust spirit reaches deep within my soul. Travel to the temples or the river Ganges, the walls do the talking and take me on a journey. Be it a beautiful kutch tapestry, intricately embroidered with mirrors, each thread sewn in by hand, fantastically adorned and worn with time or a zardozi beaded opulent wall tapestry runner that beckons me with its flickers.
Minimal, modern urban chic or maximal bohemian? Let your creativeness soar, play with dark and ambitious styles or the tender paisleys of Jamavar pashmina throws! The colorations and patterns of Indian tapestries are enthralling and boldly stunning! Line up patchwork pillows to work as a valance or window treatment and grasp sheer curtains, developing design that is your very own expression.
Stagger wall hangings that collide in their colorations and designs, taking your staircase up higher into the nation-states of the palaces of India. Be your own creation the use of old wooden corbels and moldings because the tapestry hangers. You can’t move wrong, the whole lot is a blend of your layout. Old terrace windows or jharokhas make lovely wall art and emerge as even extra innovative using them to show off your artwork or snap shots.
Turquoise shelves, camel and elephants carved brass chests, benches crafted from vintage ox carts, recyled old distressed woods that convey energies of the vastness of this universe, Indian antiques are simply the proper assertion furniture you want. Hand crafted and amazing the designs are a mix of the opulent Haveli fashion and the less difficult British Colonial design.
Antique Indian doors make a simple wall take on a very new dimension, move for the Om door or the Shekhawati door, which translates into the Garden of the Sheikh. Carved with lovely floral designs and patinas of the wilderness the antique doorways upload man or woman to your property.
Mandala published blankets make an appropriate backdrop for your laid back style residing room in which statues of Shiva and Saraswati play the song of divine love. Cascading water with potted pants and sand stone sculptures from the place of Bodh Gaya, the birthplace of Buddha, the energy is monstrous. Come, discover and find treasures, lovely hand carved and perfectly sculpted lawn statues that beckon your spirit. Design as you would with love resonating with your spirit.