It's been a hectic week at my place. School starts next week, so getting things organised for my son's school has been my priority. The hardest part has been coming up with a lunch menu for him. Then there's the school open house, volunteering for the school and not to mention the anxiety that I have to deal with, as this is the first time he's going to be away from me, for 7 long hours at a stretch.
On a different note, I'm also getting things rolling for the Ganesha Celebration at my place. So, I've got my hands full.
Now, coming to the "Textile-licious" Home of today. That's the only word that came to my mind to describe the home of renowned textile designer John Robshaw. The images of his home have stuck with me from the time I saw them in Matchbook Magazine and Elle Decor. I just had to share it with you'll. There is a touch of India in every corner of the home.
|Mismatched framed art together with masks, bowls and turbans makes for |
one -of -a -kind display.
Juxtaposition of fabrics in brilliant hues and patterns creates a space that's
warm and inviting. Love how the MODA(for foot stool in India) is used as
In love with the floor to ceiling art.
Comfortable work station - I would love one like that for myself. Right now my dining is my work space and I got to share it with my 6 year old.
The curves of the headboard is to die for. The place looks so lived. Not what I'd expect for a designer's home in Manhattan.
Love the display of knick knacks.
Aloe vera in ceramic pots add a touch of greenery.
Have a wonderful weekend and stay tuned for more exciting posts on decor and photography heading your way !!!!!