Author Archives: ChennaiDecor
ChalkBoards add spunk in life! Especially, I love the way vintage chalkboards can be used as a human connect. I was lucky to have discovered a 35 year old chalkboard during a major cleaning up act at home. The little … Continue reading
Rangolis with a modern twist. Yeah! I’m liking these designer stickers ; they offer myriad opportunities to decorate your houses. Go, give it a try, this festive season. These stickers were hand-made by a friend of mine in Bangalore. Looks … Continue reading
Raided my Grandma’s cupboard & lo! got this wonderful piece of old Coffee-Filter. The brass coffee filter is a cool decor item; spreads beauty & charm around. Instead of dumping old utensils in the attic, try using it as a … Continue reading
Anjali Venkat from Anjali Design works the hell out of Glass among other materials. The instant I saw the Kabadiwali – horizontal green glass – holder, I became a fan of her art work. Follow Anjali Design in Facebook. Loads … Continue reading
The obsession with antique utensils continue… Managed to get hold of my GrandMa’s every-day-use – Paruppu Sombu. In the days of fire-wood stove, Paruppu Sombu was the utensil which was used to cook the dal (paruppu). It could withstand heat … Continue reading
Came across this lovely home tour in apartment therapy. Its really a riot of colours but a there is a soothing feel along.
Want to add a zing to your regular potted plants? – go ahead & add Terracotta Miniatures. The elephants enrich the entire garden look and enhance the earthen feel. Our balcony plants gotta new company!
Light a lamp & the mood changes instantly. For Good. Play with the candles, diyas, traditional vilakkus and brighten up the regular corners of your house. Got a small glass utility in Lifestyle & it worked like a charm, when … Continue reading
Wow! Definitely a must visit place in India. Ahilya fort is Rani Ahilya Bai’s (who ruled Indore) Wada palace; it was built in 1766 – a typical example of the Maratha architecture of the period. Onceuponateatime.blogspot.com has an intro to … Continue reading