Friday Finds: The Vintage Collector

Welcome to Friday Finds, the post where I pretend my pursuit of  endless window shopping actually has a purpose. Today’s topic? Vintage I happened to stumble upon this unusual collections post a week ago, which really caught my interest so much that i wondered if i could have a potential collection of any sorts. Honestly, I too have a small collection of  24 Matchboxes which i am hoping will  increase eventually. But, the idea of collecting Vintage Images or Fountain Pens […]

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Postcards from Sunderbans | The Largest Mangrove Forest in the World.

Postcards from Sundrbans, Largest Mangrove Forest in the World

One of my Family Trips that is really special, is the one where we went to The Sunderbans. We stayed in a house boat for three days and two nights. It is one of the most cherished memory i have with my Family, away from the chaos of the city life and into the wild. My mini experience of going on a Bon Voyage if i can call it that 😛 Me and my brother counted stars , while my […]

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Artist Profile: Ildiko Horvath | Furniture Revamp

If anyone out here, wants some inspiration on revamping their old furniture should definitely make it a point to check out the beautiful master pieces recreated by Ildiko Horvath. Her work mainly focuses on restoring vintage masterpieces into something that fits into our modern decor. I think it’s brilliant to revive our traditional decor and not just replace it with something new.  Her work is so colorful and beautiful, it makes me want to go and buy some vintage furniture from […]

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Friday Finds : Embroidery Party.

Friday Finds | Embroidery Party | Fashion

Welcome to Friday Finds, the post where I pretend my pursuit of  endless window shopping actually has a purpose. Today’s topic? Embroidery It all started when I glimpsed over pictures of the lovely embroidery at Paris Fashion Week Spring 2017. Embroidery has been making a comeback, and it’s always a delight to see traditional arts being incorporated in modern trends and fashion. ______________________________________________________________________________________________              1. Embroidered Plimsolls | Zara 2. Rosy Jeans | AJIO 3. Shirt Dress […]

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Postcards from Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Mumbai.

I love Nature, and i absolutely adore greenery… I’m one of those people that you got to keep an eye on, or i’ll wander off into the woods and forget to come back… Here’s to one of those nature trips i did while just starting to experiment with my new camera. Sanjay Gandhi National Park, wedged between the suburbs of Mumbai and Thane is just filled with immense beauty and wilderness to make me keep going back.. Of course, there […]

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How to find the Source of an Image in 3 easy steps.

I have a huge pet peeve of uploading images that aren’t mine and giving correct image credits to each one of them.  I am always struggling to get to the source of an image since i guess, it’s the right thing to do.  And, i discovered the perfect way to solve this problem. I am sure most of you might already know this trick, but for those who don’t… Here it is… Step 1:  Open Google Image Search Step 2:  […]

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Artist Profile :Nicholas Collins | Glass Artist

I happened to stumble upon the lovely glass collectibles designed and made by glass artist – Nicholas Collins based in Cumbria through pinterest. I was immediately drawn towards the black and white platters. Of Course, It was love at first sight! His work,  predominantly optical illusions made  with simple forms and patterns mostly consist of decorative pieces including vessels and platters.  He has also taken a leap into furniture design using a number of kiln forming glass techniques. You can […]

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Majestic Café| Authentic Art Nouveau Interiors

Located in the streets of Santa Cantarina, Majestic Cafe is  the oldest café  in Porto. It was built in the year 1921, by the architect João Queiroz. The striking marble cafe facade, ornamented with beautiful floral elements and winding shapes, is a good reflection of the decorative style of the 1920s. The main facade boasts two elegant columns and three rectangular windows. Over these, a pediment crowns the composition with the Majestic’s initials. On each side, two amused little-boy figures seem to […]

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Postcards from Yala National Park, Sri Lanka.

I had ventured for a trip to Sri Lanka last december and decided to do a jeep Safari at Yala National Park during my stay. Although i was lured in saying i would get to see a leopard..which got highly disappointing since there were tons of other jeeps with us and i barely seen any leopards. However, i did see some lovely birds and the spectacular peacock. The greenery of this park is worth noticing. ______________________________________ A Peacock and a […]

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Tropical Interiors – Get the Look

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Tropical Interiors are usually drawn from natural elements like bamboo, cane, wood and wicker. The color palette is usually green, beige, white, and sometimes hues of pink, yellow and blue. Combined with bold prints of flora and fauna, it also helps to achieve an open and breezy space, which is usually found in neach bunglows having high ceilings. A little inspiration board of what comes to mind when i think about the tropical regions. Palm […]

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