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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Ethnic Ecstasy!

This post is a part of Makemyhome activity at BlogAdda.com


It may be that the satisfaction I need depends on my going away, so that when I've gone and come back, I'll find it at home. 
 –Rumi

Home is heaven and home is what makes us realize the beautiful bounties fate showers upon us in the form of love and warmth of our near and dear ones! For me, the most beautiful and comforting place on earth is my home! It is also one place which is my own kingdom. Every person is the king or queen of his/her own house and if one delves deeper into the subject of housekeeping, one will be surprised to know that it is virtually limitless! I love to arrange things and beautify my place. Also, my home has to look classy and reflect my individuality as well. I have seen people who are shabby and unkempt and in 99% of the cases, I have found out that their homes too, suffer the same tardiness. So, going in reverse gear, you can easily find the personality of a person just by observing his house and housekeeping habits. I am a lover of things that are a bit ethnic in design. That imparts a unique ‘Indianness’ to my place!  So I would choose three things from the link to beautify what I love the most- my home.

He is happiest, be he king or peasant, who finds peace in his home
-Johann Wolfgang von Goethe 


The first thing is this ‘Traditional Silver Night Lamp’ by ‘925 Silver’. Firstly, it looks really regal and as if straight out of a royal palace! The net that is covering it will create beautiful patterns on the wall, thus eliminating the need of a wall paper or paintings. The design and the looks of this lamp will definitely make the room look imperial! 

Not just walls, floor needs some decoration too and often we just ignore the poor floor while lading our walls with all the decorative stuff! So, I would choose this lovely Aapno Rajasthan Wood Clay Keri Floor Art. Rangoli is an important as well as an auspicious part of the Indian culture. So, I will choose this and place it at the entrance. 

Whenever we think of ‘ethnic’, what crosses our minds first? I’ll give you my honest answer- green fields, Indian patterns, embroidery and pots. Remember those lovely earthen matkee that heroines in b/w movies would take along when they would go singing all the way to the village pool or well? So, check this out- Aapno Rajasthan Wallmount Set Of Miniature Pots- a perfect ethnic wall décor with those charming pots in various ‘Madhubani’ and Worli’ designs. It will bring the art of Bihar and Maharashtra to my home!

So, for an ethnic look for my home, I will go for these three products discussed above! For more such wonderful things, please visit- www.makemyhome.com 

12 comments:

  1. My mother loves to revamp our home every now and then...you made me think of her :)

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    1. Hi red

      Very sorry for replying so late..I was stuck in an urgent issue.
      Is it! nice..thanks :)

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  2. I am sure this shall make your house a much better place. Lovely picks :)

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    1. Hi Soumya

      Very sorry for replying so late..I was stuck in an urgent issue.

      Thanks a ton! ya! I am sure too :)

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  3. That lamp is so cool! I love my home as well, it is so much fun to decorate it and rearrange things!

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    1. Hi Katrin

      Very sorry for replying so late..I was stuck in an urgent issue.

      Ya, i love that lamp too! thanks a lot :)

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  4. We like to rearrange our home every now and then. It will have a new look so we don't get bored.

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    1. Hi SG

      Very sorry for replying so late..I was stuck in an urgent issue.

      yes, it is really good way to keep boredom at bay :)

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  5. oooh excellent .. maybe next time you can put pics of revamped toooo :) I would love to do a lot of things to my house , but i just dont get time :(

    I do think ehtnic looks beautiful because it is so simple ..

    Bikram's

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    1. Hi Bikram

      Very sorry for replying so late..I was stuck in an urgent issue.

      Thanks a ton! I just love traditional theme :D

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  6. I too believe home is where the comfort lies. Beautiful pickup with things for decoration… I see a blend of modern and traditional touch :) I like Kolam or Rangoli and my mom drew every day at the doorstep and colorful ones on festival days.

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  7. Hi Jeevan

    Very sorry for replying so late..I was stuck in an urgent issue.
    yes, i agree! I just love south Indian rangolis :D

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