Warm and alluring, designed with an obsession for antique global factors and historical architecture my home is an eclectic sanctuary that gives me peace and calm, growing with me as a dimension of my persona.The entrance doors are antique doors from the India, bursting with the luxurious patina of the river and sky blue shades, carved with the aid of hand with lotus and chakra carvings, they connect me to my roots. The vintage carved barn doors that I have used for the duration of the house have an vintage fashion of bohemianism, bringing in a sense of the conventional factors that I grew up with. The sliding barn doors line the hallway which has a set of my treasures and artifacts playing with the potted vegetation and the luxurious foliage. The experience could be very grounded, a romance of the antique vintage woods and herbal handmade fixtures.
I do not comply with any rules, never have and in no way will, my spirit is my guide. The foyer leads into residing room where I used a double sided triple archway to create intensity and visual splendor. On both aspects I even have amazing wall sculptures of Krishna and Buddha that convey with them beautiful energies. As I step in the dwelling room the carved couch is upholstered with royal blue velvet and silk pillows, the blues of the ocean and the top notch open sky supply me readability and open my mind, bringing in the tender sky blue as within the antique coffee table and the frothy ocean blue within the sideboard, the charisma is magical and really comforting.
I work from home and quite lots in any room, so I even have secure nooks with consoles or high tables that work as desks. My office/look at/mediation room, is wherein I go to unwind and want to ignite the fires of creativity. The walls are covered with vintage arches and doors that I have converted into bookcases and my desk is made from an old Indian door. Every piece of furniture has a purpose and records. The patians and carvings whisper the memories and are superbly grounding. My altar is housed in an armoire in the workplace and is embellished with deities, spiritual carvings, crystals and sacred geometry. But on days once I need to listen the wind or enjoy the magic of nature, I sit on my Indian swing in the balcony.
My bed room is lush in comfort and layout, I did’nt spare any attempt to create a brilliant headboard from an vintage patinated wood door and I hung the door panels on the sides so as to get the king length width. The open doorway inside the centre frames a painting of the wooded area and mountains reminding me that I am one with the earth. Peaceful and grand my bed room is an oasis of beautiful goals and my sanctuary.