Curated Home Vs Decorated Home
There's always that one compliment that you receive for the effort that you put into shaping and creating your home, that makes you want to pat yourself on the back and say, I did it right !!! For me the golden words were," You have a beautifully CURATED home !!! " Personally, living in a consciously curated home means a lot to me than existing in a beautifully decorated home. A beautifully decorated home is something that you can find as you turn the pages of a home furnishings catalog. But…
Inspiration for Boho Beds...
I love the weekends! (Who doesn't??) On Saturday mornings, I love to just lay on my bed and not worry about what's happening outside in the world. I just want to indulge myself in the bedroom I love... Here are some inspiration for Bohemian look Bed Designs...Hope this gives inspiration to your weekend too. Happy Friday ☆ I'm in love with this beautiful blue...Very playful, yet soft... Just look at this gorgeouse wooden engrave. It's an artpiece to admire... Very clean, fresh room, yet it…
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12 Spaces Inspired by India
Browse photos of rooms inspired by the rich fabrics and handcrafted furniture of India with HGTV.com and get ideas for incorporating Indian design in your own home.
A large mid-19th century hanging temple cabinet, the interior depicting Vishnu within an ornate alcove in relief, Tanjore, South India
A large mid-19th century hanging temple cabinet, the interior depicting Vishnu within an ornate alcove in relief, Tanjore, South India gouache and gold on board, the interior of the doors with six panels each depicting other Hindu deities, all enclosed within a painted wood cabinet, the exterior of the doors depicting a further four deities, gouache on wood within recessed panels, 169cm wide x 50cm deep x 228cm high, (66.5" wide x 19.5" deep x 89.5" high)