Monday, October 20, 2014

Indian Sweets in a traditional decor way!

Its that time of the year again!Song,dance,dinners ,lunches,sweets,and tonnes of festivities that call for an evening.Whatever festivities,it all ends up and sums up at the party table.So why not bow to the tradition and face it.From table covers that could be made with old sarees to flower decor on the table and pretty diyas to amazing sweets on the table and the decoration that goes for them..let everything be traditional.

There are an awesome bunch of food bloggers out here who cook up a storm,decorate and spread the fragrance of good food.Lets see how dramatically with props they have changed the simple looking food to gorgeous dishes on the table.

Sia blogs at Monsoon spice ..Amazingly decorated sweets on the table with soft glowing diyas..

Flowers and traditional diyas give a gorgeous mood to the

Deeba rajbal blogs at Passionate About is her version of kheer in terracota cups.awesome idea!complements well with silver .

Preeti Tamilarasan blogs at has an awesome collection of traditional sweets,some 70 varieties of laddus awesomely syled.Have a look at her recipes and her usage of props and her photography!

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ideas Lakshmi Arvind.

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Eye Candy for Diwali!

This Diwali..Get inspired for to create the stunning displays at home.The love for all things beautiful helps me create new displays and here I show you all the colours beautiful that gets appealing to the eyes..So why wait..fall in love with them..

flowers so tiny but beautiful

flowers in lassi glasses

traingle formation

beautiful and yellow arresting formation on the table

tiny and white ,beautiful

brass and pinks

vintage glass bottles and flowers and candles

silver and violets..

beautiful handpainted lamp

beautiful vignette form the blog

beautiful colours assembled

carnations and marigolds together

simply beautiful

beautiful blues

simple and grey 

prayers on the altar

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                                       Ideas for this post :Lakshmi Arvind

Friday, October 17, 2014

Colours and Inspiration for Diwali!

Its all about colours ..on Diwali.The festive spirit is in the air.Colours in its brightest from the rangolis to the cushions to the curtains to the flowers to the glittering lamps and the sarees   for the day. Round up your diyas to make patterns,make simple yet beautiful Rangolis and a mix of flowers and Diyas too..
Here are some pinterest inspirations for the colour dose on Diwali.Hope all of you will love them :)-

colourful and amazing rangoli inspiration..colours so perfect..

amazing set up

right from the magazine inspiration

cushions by Dru Zari
Dru Zari by Bhuvi Kilpady, the founder of ‘MAPLE’. The boutique housed in her Malleswaram home was started after the former home-maker attended a short course on women’s entrepreneurship. Herhandloom designer sarees, Indo-Western designer sarees (a mix of Chiffon and georgette) with mix-and-match blouses,and bridal wear are a prime choice with buyers.

red and gold can never go wrong

the amazing Good Earth Magic...who isnt aware of good earth?

of fragrant evenings

chai time is also special on diwali days ,isnt it?

its the pujo time!

Varnams amazing cushions on Diwali day!

these saree curtains would brighten anyday!

a corner in Mishta roys;home @ Aalayam
Mishta roy is an illustrator who works at Drawater and Aalayam is a beautiful blog run by supriya and deepa,my dear friends!
Anek Design @ Preeti Kelkars home!

Anuradha Varmas corner @Anek Designs..
Anek Designs is founded by Kanika,a dear friend of mine,a blogger and a textile designer!

Studio Bommai – Hand Painted Wooden Golu Dolls from Indian mythology. Started by Ambika Sam.
Ambika Sam is an illustrator,has an independent publishing venture with a focus on South Asian cultures.She is the Co founder of Yali Books.Each doll is made with love and hope that they will bring joy and prosperity to your home.

bastar treat from Karishma Banerji

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