Thursday, 29 July 2010

The Ethnic Style....some Indian Inspirations :)

Want to create an aromatic and exotic colour scheme with your home decor??...with loads of fabrics and colours and accessories!!....chili red, pink, golden orange, bottle green,rust and brown :)....mix and match....spicy decor scheme...bold and beautiful....warm and eclectic !!....loads of cushions, throws, pillows, lamps,tribal arts, potteries, miniature paintings, madhubani paintings,patachitras, rugs and kilims, copper and brass ware,cane and jute, wood carving and marble work.....hmmmmm..the list is too long !!!


Well then go for an Ethnic Eclectic Indian  Decor!!......and recreate a potpourri with your creativity and imaginations!!!....Some Ethnic Indian Inspirations are right here :)




Ethnic Indian Handicrafts....full mirror worked bed cover set...a bliss :)
                                              


Handicrafts from Gujarat....!



Art and Tradition....a perfect blend !!...Indian fabrics....!!


Richly patterned......:)



Classic Indian beauty...:)


Stunning Pashmina Shawls......!!


Eye candy floor cushions...



Elegant home furnishings...bold and beautiful !!



Indian mirror worked door hanging...Toran...:)



Patch-worked wall hanging...


Typical Gujarati cushion covers....



Traditional lamp shade from Orissa....Pipli art work...!!




Rajasthani Puppet...:)


Madhubani Painting....!!

    

...........and a complete Indian bedroom set...!!!:)

So, what is your decor style??

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14 comments:

GB said...

Lovely inspiration...just the kind I like- full of color! :)

Patricia Torres said...

Oh.. The second print. is just me!!! I like the elephant prints I see.. I simply love them!!

Designwali said...

Glorious colours!! Thanks for popping by my blog! yours is a blast!

Sanghamitra Bhattacherjee(Mukherjee) said...

Thanks so much Patty, Gagan !!...loved your comments :)

Neha Ramabhadran said...

Hey,
Really like your blog too! I have the patchwork wall hanging in my foyer. :) Thanks for dropping by my blog. Keep visiting and blogging!!

padmaja said...

I loved the last bed room, so lovely, but I would remove that lizard, scared stiff of them :-)
Indian ethnic is great, but most of them can not be washed, run colors and fade too fast.Especially the Gujarathi ones. They should use better dyes I guess,for all that intricate hard work they put in is invaluable.

hydandseek said...

Nice post ..and great that you added one from a different art form.
India is indeed a rich tapestry of diverse artforms from many regions, some of them on the verge of extinction due to lack of patronage.
A nice way to help revive them would be to add them to our living spaces.

Sans! said...

Exactly my style :) but you know that already :).
Would you believe I have so many of the fabric that you featured here today? And will probably get more! :). I do agree with padmaja about the colours, that's why I do not wash them often. Hehe! Anyone with tips for cleaning these intricate material?

Sanghamitra Bhattacherjee(Mukherjee) said...

Thanks Padmaja for your lovely comment...yah, that's a problem with this fabrics...but before wash if you soak them in cold salt water for a while...that will help you !!

Sanghamitra Bhattacherjee(Mukherjee) said...

Hi Neha thanks for stopping by...yah, do stay in touch !!...loved your comment !!

Sanghamitra Bhattacherjee(Mukherjee) said...

:) Sans ...love to see you here...popped through your stunning blog:)...alredy know that your space is more Indian than any actual Indian's home !...loved it..
Hope to see you here more often :)

Sanghamitra Bhattacherjee(Mukherjee) said...

@Designwali~thanks dear :)...do stay in touch !!

Sanghamitra Bhattacherjee(Mukherjee) said...

@Oh..Lakshmi!!...loved your comment dear :)
Loved your recent work on more spices !!...wonderful... !!...do stay in touch !

raghavan said...

Really beautiful. It was a chasing a Natraj Vigraha that brought me here and then i fell over Siddhartaha - my god 10 years i lost myself in that book - read and read its last 3 chapters pherhaps a thousand times - a marvellous stuff !!
Thank you for this color filled India !!

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