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Thursday, September 22, 2011

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Rang Decor Readers Creative Spaces: X

Meena Sriram
Today Rang Decor Reader Meena Sriram shares few creative corners of her 1700 sq.ft town home in Ottawa, Canada.
Vintage art prints...

Meena explains, 'I wanted to create a light- filled home that is serene, relaxing, with an airy breezy feel and lots of punchs of colour'.
Living room view...
She has used a lot of different natural textures to bring a homey feel, sisal rugs, bamboo blinds, a lot of old art prints carefully handpicked from antique stores in Chettinad, reframed and hung in groups.
Dining area with her favourite blackboard and art prints...
She continues, 'I’ve also tried to keep it very simple, functional and clutter free. Plenty of plants and books are a must! Its been a year since we moved in and I’ve pretty much worked with what I had without spending much.'
Guest Bedroom...
Knots & crosses and books...sri5
Bright Kitchen...
Meena feels homes don’t have to be perfect but they should be original and personal. She loves inspirational quotes, and blackboards, so they're all over her place.
She has a thing for old world charm, so she has tried incorporating plenty of vintage and flea market finds.
The old radio in the kitchen, the pickle jars and chettinad tiles...

She believes it is important to always choose things that are meaningful to you as opposed to what is trendy at the moment and feels you don’t need to have a lot of money to create a beautiful home, just a little creativity, quirkiness and adding that personal touch makes it your own!

I agree, your lovely home is proof of that. Thanks for sharing few corners of your home with readers of Rang Decor.

If you have any questions for Meena do ask in the comments section. Thank you.

(images by Meena Sriram)

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Room (moment) of the week

I'm slightly obsessed with "design details", it's one reason I keep a sketch book by my bed. I never know when a creative idea will strike. I'm sharing this tidbit because I love every detail included. It's a bit of an off beat moment. I also like that everything doesn't match. This corner in a little girl's room somehow feels like it has evolved over time. The light pink chinoiserie wall mural is beautiful. Happy Wednesday. I promise a longer post tomorrow...
via: Kristen Davis Designs

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Room of the week!

I guess I should re-phrase that to "moment" of the week. I love this dressing table and can only dream of having the time to sit and powder my nose and get ready someday. I'm usually lucky to throw an outfit together while watching my little one tear through my shoes. ;)

image: Pinterest
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