The meaning of a “home” has been redefined since the pandemic. More than a space to live, the home is a safe haven that one comes back to, surrounded by familial nostalgia and comfort.
Everyone knows someone obsessed with having great shoes. It might be a family member or a roommate, but they will stand in lines and attend online auctions just to have that perfect pair of sneakers or heels.
In our chaos-filled life, it is a miracle if one can find a couple of minutes of reprieve in our homes. But if there is a special dedication of space meant solely for rest and relaxation, it acts as a great source of motivation for
Now that Diwali preparations are in full swing, it is essential that the home looks as beautiful as ever. Diwali is a festival of joy, cheer, and celebrations with your loved ones, and so, it is imperative that your decor reflects the same values.
Navratri and Dussehra are beautiful festivals that celebrate the triumph of good over evil.
Bright lights, lit up streets, and the sounds of crackers bursting - the festive season leaves nothing to be desired. India does the festivities like no other country.
Time seems to fly with kids in the house. However, one thing that remains for years is the furnishings and decor. This Raksha Bandhan takes the opportunity to let the kids explore and create their own space that transports them to a magical world.