Thursday, July 22, 2021

Enchancing a corner with a simple DIY


This corner does look beautiful what with the lights from the lamp and fresh gerberas and floating flowers. But the only eye sore I felt was the marble stand on which the stone uruli is placed. That does put me off! 

But is there anything that can't be tackled with a little DIY? And what better if it's a simple one.😊

Okay so now have a look at the next image. 

Tell me, does it look pretty now? To tell you the truth the marble stand is actually a roti maker or what we call chakla in Hindi.

So how did I pretty it up. The answer is in the following images.

Some peel and stick ons left over from an earlier project.

Chose the black and red one as it would go with the vase and flowers too!

The remaining edges were painted in red colour and tada you have a pretty good looking stand ready!

Wasn't that super easy and it was ready in flat 15 minutes!

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Wednesday, July 7, 2021

Pichwai inspired wall canvases

Pichwai is a style of art that originated in Nathdwara, Rajasthan more than 400 years ago. Vibrant designs based on Lord Krishna's life is depicted on cloth. The word Pichwai comes from 'Pichh' meaning back and 'wai', which  means textile hanging. 

This pair of canvas depicting Shreenath ji and his cow have been sent to me by "TheArtment"

Not only do these lend a very ethnic appeal to your space but also gives a calming vibe to your entire home.

A Krishna inspired corner adorning the wall canvases.

To shop for the same or similar decor pieces, check out the following link.

You can avail a 10% discount by using the coupon code, "SANGITHAAANAND " during payment. 

To watch how the Krishna corner came about, check out the Instagram reel here.

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