I love mixing various styles to create something my heart loves :).

Lately, I've been drawn to a lot of vintage pieces and wanted to share some stunning ones I came across :). Needless to say, color draws me. So here are some fun colorful vintage items going on my wish list :).

I LOVE this room via. A perfect blend of fun and coziness with a lot of color :). 

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AuthorKunjan Chabra

Wow! Can you believe its November already! The season of festivities has started which means we need to get ready for our Diwali preparations.

Diwali is a Hindu festival of lights. One of the biggest festivals in India, it signifies the victory of good over evil. The preparations start typically five days before the actual day of the festival.

I am getting my groove on for Diwali and wanted to share some quick tips to get your home ready for the celebrations :).


A must for the pooja ceremony, flowers are an essential part of the festivities. Especially the marigolds! There is a hidden charm in them. They are the first choice for any auspicious religious activity in India. I like to use them for pooja and around the home along with other flowers. The fragrance of fresh flowers instantly transforms the ambiance. 

Here is a picture from the Diwali party at our place last year. Marigolds and rose petals in an urli with floating candles :).

Don't have an urli? No problem! Any metallic bowl can be turned into an urli. I recently got this pretty one from Target.

You can do any floral arrangement to compliment your home. I love floral torans, they are super cheerful.  Torans are basically garlands that are hung above the entrance door as celebratory decorations. Here are some of my favorites wreaths and torans.

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Here is another twist to the toran. You can opt for a beautiful tassel garland or a cute pom pom one like these. They can be recycled  and used again for the holidays.

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Diwali is a festival of lights which means there should be lights all around the home :). I like to mix floor lights (like tea lights and candles) along with cute string lights. This is also the time when I take out my ceramic diyas (Indian tea light holder). This year I got a teacup and saucer diyas :).


The fragrance sets the mood for festivities. I like to use incense to give a special Indian touch to the ambience. With so many options available, it can get a little hard to choose. I love these from World Market.


Rangoli is typically geometric designs and patterns created on the floor. Its made with colored rice, colored sand, dry flour and natural dry dyes like haldi (turmeric) and sindoor (red vermillion). Besides the various geometric designs, you can also create little Laxmi feet . I love this simple one below.


So how are you decorating this Diwali? 

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Walls are the mirror of a home. What goes on the walls depicts the personalities of the people living in that home.

I like to update my walls every now and then, sometimes simply by swapping the artwork from one room to another. You can do so much with a wall. Play around with prints, frames, mirrors or simply add a wallpaper to spruce things up.

I've compiled my current top picks in each of these categories to share with you all :).


By now, you know how obsessed I am with indigo and gold. The picture below stole my heart!

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Wallpapers shouldn't be boring, they need to brighten up the space. I love the Fornasetti paper as the kitchen backsplash and would totally consider this for an entrance wall to make a bold statement.


Art can be extremely expensive and can easily take you off your budget. Worry not, there are multiple solutions. For instance, you could totally frame your favorite print from a magazine or frame that cute little wrapping paper. Etsy is my go to place if I am looking to buy that one-of-a-kind piece.  From time to time, I also check the home decor stores (like world market/ pier1 imports) for some wonderful one time (inexpensive) art pieces.

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Mirrors are a great way to add a visual illusion to the room. They can be put together to create art too!

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What do you think? Would love to know how you like to decorate a blank wall!!

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Welcome to the third year of Re:Make!!! An annual festival and summit by Brit + Co. celebrating the creativity in all of us! 

I totally loved the coloring wall and this life size color book.

The DJ played some amazing numbers that pumped up the creativity in the air!

And some amazing artists showcased really cool stuff!

They even had some really cool DIY stations!! 

And my friend tried her hand on making a stamped tote!

What a fun afternoon! So excited for the next year's Re: Make already!! Till then, lets show our #creativity :).

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Hello Hello!! Last month I had the opportunity to finally visit the Renegade Fair held at Fort Mason center here in San Francisco. Its been on my list for forever! So, today I am soooo excited to share the pictures from the fair. I got to meet and interact with so many new and amazing artists and makers who came together from all over the country.

It's amazing how skillful and talented these makers are. Some of the stories completely changed my outlook on small businesses. The challenges, the fun and everything in between that they face to show their talent to the world...

My first stop was the Salt and Pipper, from Modesto, California. A beautiful collaboration between husband and wife, Josh and Pips. Josh is the hands behind the gorgeous pottery and Pips is the brush behind the stunning mixed media art.

Next up was the stunning shibori by designer and owner Jenny Fong of Modern Shibori. Jenny is a wonderfully talented designer who works from her outdoor studio in Berkeley, California. She creates amazing tie and dye effects with 100% natural dyes. She also hosts classes from time to time teaching the art of Shibori. I've signed up for my first, you should too :). Check out her class schedule on here.

My next stop was Klai, from Los Angles. Beautiful handcrafted ceramics with fun handpainted sketch on them. Designed, curated and hand painted by the beautiful Klai Brown. 


Jess from Jess Carter Ceramics is another fabulously talented handmade ceramic artist based in Petaluma, California. Do check her etsy store for more inspiration. I loved the combinations of earthen color with saturated colors, creating a perfect hue. Perfect for tea addicts like me :). 

As I continued exploring the gorgeous isle full of handmade pieces, my eye caught this beautiful and happy looking tea and saucer set and I just couldn't stop adoring its prettiness. 


Simple, modern and pretty dinnerware and homeware collection by Rossella, owner and designer at RossLabDesign. Every piece is so pretty yet functional that you would want to buy all at once :). Originally from Italy, Rosella is now based in San Jose where she creates magic with her clay. Check out her Etsy store for the latest collection or visit her website here.

And here's some more inspiration from the other booths :).

Would love to know your favorites! Check out the Renegade schedule for their upcoming exhibitions in your city!

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Tassels are one of those versatile pieces that can make any decor more playful. You see them everywhere these days - from scarves to throws, from cushions to poufs, from art to linen. One of the easiest add-ons to any space, they make the room more cheerful and add a global chicness to it. 

I have gathered my top picks on how to incorporate this fun element in various rooms at home. So sit back with your cup of tea and read on :).

For the living room: There are plenty of options to use tassels in your living room. A cushion or two, maybe a throw or simply a cute basket to hold both of these. I also love the tassel curtains but if you don't want to invest in new ones, you could just add a tasseled tie back to your current curtains! Voila!

For the bedroom: A cute pom pom duvet cover or the pom pom wall hanging are the perfect addition for some playfulness in the bedroom without changing much around.

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For the dining room: Make a statement on any dining table simply by adding an element of tassel to the linen. 

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Easy, isn't it? Add tassel anywhere and set the mood for happiness :)

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Summer has started singing in my neck of the woods and I am loving the sun and clouds playing with each other. Nothing screams summer more than white and blue. And this summer, I am obsessed with the deepest color of blue - indigo! So today I wanted to share some of the beautiful indigo things that captured my eye.

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Aren't these pretty! Share your favorite indigo's, I would love to see them!

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Spring is the time when everything is new and refreshed. When all the colors are at their brightest. When the beautiful flowers and happy sunshine is all around. So why not give a fresh look to your home too? Here are some things I do for a quick spring makeover at home:

1.  Update the living room wardrobe

While fur, velvet and silk are must-have fabrics all year round, spring calls for some breezy and fun colored cottons and linens. From cushions to throws, update everything. Bring in bold patterns, play with pastels. Cushions and throws are the easiest way to start if you want to transform the look of the room. 

1. Pastel cushions    2. Blue cushions  3. Colorblock cushion    4. Floral cushion 

2. Embrace sheers and florals

The best way to bring in some natural light is to replace the heavy fabric curtains to lighter linen or cotton curtains. I like to add a touch of floral to welcome the spring. My mom uses this old school technique to transform the home from winter to spring decor. 

1. Floral curtain    2. Bold colored curatin

2. Refresh your bedding

Spring is the time when the big duvets can be replaced with lighter blankets. If you want to use duvets, switch to some fun prints. Opt for different duvet covers which are easy to update according to season.

1.Floral quilt    2. Pastel Duvet  3. Patterned bedding    4. Colored bedding

Stock up some of the lighter version of quilts for the warmth of a duvet but the feel of a blanket.

3. Use foliage

Get your outdoors in and enjoy some green therapy. Add plants at various heights for a visual effect. There are many plant options available for low light too, in case you don't get ample sunshine :).

4. Add new scents

Change your candles to fresh breezy scents. The containers can add a bright pop of color and the scent will leave the room refreshed. Choose from floral to citrus fragrances for this time of the year. I love stocking up some seasonal scents too during the sale season.

Would love to hear how you welcome the spring!

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CategoriesStyle Tips

Two of the most defining pieces of furniture in a living room are the sofa and the coffee table. And styling them chic certainly sets the tone for the rest of the room. While you cannot change the sofa often, the same coffee table can be styled in various ways.

So whether your coffee table is a thrift find or from an expensive store, styling it right is certainly worth your time. 

I love to constantly update the look of my coffee table. Whether its a change of season, change of month, or sometimes just a change of date :)), a fresh new look for the table is always welcome :).

I like to bring various elements on the table together. Depending on the size  of the table, you can play around with different looks. However, including some of these items will bring in a cohesive and seasoned look to the table.

Tray: An absolute foundation for a chic coffee table. A versatile piece, a tray will not only hold the little knick knacks but also the not so pretty TV remote. Choose from metallic to saturated, high gloss to wooden, the options are endless. Try out different shapes and sizes before deciding on one. 

1. Stacked Lacquer Trays   2. Printed Tray   3. Green Mirror Tray   4. Orange Hexagon Tray   5. Alligator Trays   6. Inlay Trays

Books: A perfect conversation starter. Nothing better than displaying books you love to go back to time and again. Opt for hardcover books which are heavy on pictures, no one would like to read small prints. You can stack a couple of books which cover various subjects. 

Something fresh: A freshly cut fern or a beautiful bunch of fresh flowers can instantly add a touch of joy. I tend to stay with one color palette but you can certainly play around with colors on the table.

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Add Height: Add something vertical like hurricane vases or a nice candle stand. The light and sparkle makes everything festive :).

An interesting element: Add a small accent to complete the look.

Make sure not to overcrowd the tray. It needs to look effortlessly styled, and not crowded and cluttered.

I hope these tips inspire you to create your own stylish table. Tell me your tips, I would love to hear from you.

Happy decorating :)!

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CategoriesStyle Tips

There is a charm to the boutique stores here in San Francisco. I love to shop at places which have a beautiful story behind them; where you can directly speak to the mind behind the design. One such store is "The Mason Jar" on Union Street, San Francisco.

The Mason Jar was opened by fabulous husband-wife duo, Pete and Hope, in 2013. When Hope started getting inquires about the display pieces Pete had designed for her clothing  store, Marmalade, they started thinking of opening a home goods store. And thus, The Mason Jar came into being :). So glad it did!! Today, I am bringing you a tour of their gorgeous store. 

Pete is extremely talented and creative. Most of the furniture and accent pieces in the store are designed and handcrafted by him, like the one's below. WOW!!

Hope is the brain child behind all textiles in the store. She sources them from all over the world. Rich textures, pretty patterns and lovely combinations is what you will find in her store.

The cushion below are from the artisans in India and Turkey.

Bedspread from India

Gorgeous textured durries from Boliva.

The Mason Jar has a well curated collection of home decor pieces. From artisanal jewelry to luxury candles, each item in the store is hand picked by Hope.

Be sure to check this store next time you are in sunny San Francisco!!

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