Depending on if and when I find my pot of gold, my dream living room would be a (cheaper) recreation of any DECOR 101 post, in a heartbeat. As I wait for the magic-wand/genie/home-makeover-show-host to appear, I resort to creating moodboards in preparation (or consolation). Continue reading
“Meet Neha and Gaurav, architects and founders of Layers Studio for Design & Architecture, and their little munchkin Kalki (the cutest baby ever!!). Today, we take a peek inside their home in Greater Noida that also doubles up as a home office. As architects designing for themselves, they have made some really bold design decisions both spatially and aesthetically. Their multi functional home is filled with clever DIYs, re-purposed pieces and a plethora of space saving solutions. They were so cool about letting me pick their brains and answered some (a lot of) this design nerd’s questions. So, without further ado, handing over the reins to Neha and Gaurav.”
“Jasleen is an interior stylist and founder of The Ketli Design Studio. Today, she lets us peek into her beautifully curated apartment in Delhi that she shares with her husband and two boys. Her home makes the mundane seem fun while successfully combining old with the new, inside with the outside and masculine silhouettes with feminine style. She generously agreed to answer some questions for this design enthusiast, who was in awe of her style but now her writing chops too. So, without further ado, handing over the reins to Jasleen.”
As a serial procrastinator, designing a bohemian mood board felt like writing a surprise multiple choices test, where the possibilities were endless and the indecisiveness relentless. After much stalling, I strangely and aptly realized that, true bohemian design is indeed a product of time and patience. Read More…
Is your household also sent into a frenzy when you can not find that one little wretched debit card? “I kept it right here!! I swear!!” is what we hear a lot in this house when that happens. Soon, it’s a full blown Missing Cards’s Case, witnesses are called, testimonies recorded, last known whereabouts traced (if only there was CCTV footage), theories fly, arguments ensue and after countless attempts at blatant blame shifting, we finally give up. Fast forward to five days, that little guy was hiding in a blazer pocket.
If this slightly ( 😀 ) exaggerated chain of events do ring true, then it would be a crime to not employ this system in your home, it is that easy and cheap. All you need is a cheque sized expansion folder with labels and no more search parties. Read More…