Blissful Home : Vasudha’s home in Bangalore
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Moving in and out of India has been constantly happening in my life. This has taught me to live with less things around me and I guess all of you know the reasons. Packing and unpacking has been the trend every 2 years. Although I hate it, I sometimes enjoy it because of the places we get to see and the de-cluttering that happens almost automatically every time we move out.
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In spite of all these, I still have a huge collection of knicks knacks from all over the world. Its now my hobby to seasonally change these to give a new look everytime I re-decorate. I love colours and so my general style is eclectic, colourful, with little less clutter as possible. For this blissful homes contest, I am sharing some pictures of my home in Bangalore, India. My idea this time was to decorate my house in the most inexpensive way possible. I explored the local handicrafts and bought quite a few from Channapatna, a small town near Mysore, famous for its handmade wooden toys. This adds a traditional Mysore touch to my house. These toys add colour and form to the decor. I also used an old classic wooden clothes hanger as a accessories stand.My chestnut trunk was decopaged with prints from raja ravi verma’s paintings that I found on a calendar. This doubles as a small table too. My home is generally filled with candles and incense for a truly blissful feel.