Things We Fell For This Week

June 15, 2018


A minimalist's lair that dexterously brings sparseness and sophistication together. Linda Kozlowski, Etsy's COO designs a home filled with furniture and decor objects that are rooted in rich history and authenticity.   


Eclecticism at its best. A home that's drenched in rich hues, vintage finds, succulents, textures, and warmth. The boho chic bolthole of this blogger looks like a curated sense of chaos and beats with a strong sense of both individuality and diversity. 


A wall brimming with family photos and art frames vs an over-sized art piece? What's your thing? We've been in love with gallery walls for as long as we can remember. But after seeing these delectably spectacular art pieces against neutral walls, we are having a serious change of heart. 


Urban metallics done right. Whether they are all fresh and shiny or have a bit of patinaed layer indicating its age and wear, metallic finishes are making a big comeback and looking supremely sumptuous than ever before. 


A once rundown cottage springs to life with unexpected materials, accents, and finishes. Designer, Sarah Stewart-Smith undertook a massive project along with the help of a few craftsmen to lick a decrepit place into a great shape. 


Things that we loved on Instagram this week











Mid-century furniture pieces and inky blue wall, need we say more? 





















That weathered ancient Roman bust is making us go weak in our knees with its historic allure.

















Bold colors, streamlined furniture, and geometric pendant lights with golden undertones. Does it ring a bell? 
















While everything about this dining room is making us ohh and ahh, the curtains with their sensuous folds have got us under their spell.


















We can't stop adoring those birdcages, antique candlesticks, lush blooms, and that dramatic wall.  Victorian romance writ large. 








Things that kept us busy this week



From service to style, soul to seclusion - The Oberoi, New Delhi ticks all the right boxes when it comes to lavishing attention to guests. It was a great privilege for us to be chosen to outfit the rooms and public areas of the deeply luxurious hotel. We designed and crafted soft furnishings including curtains and bed linen using surface ornamentation techniques like applique and zardosi to befit the quietly opulent feel of the rooms. It's been one whale of a project and we enjoyed every bit of it.




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