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Bring the botanical look into your home. For this and more botanical inspiration visit www.redonline.co.uk

Bring The Botanical Look Into Your Home

From delicate ferns to graphic palms, fill your home with houseplants and botanical prints

Fun #yoga entry... corner nook... future playroom with #Ganesha Wall Decal  #UrbanOutfitters (Little update on this... not sure if the decal sticker is still available to buy, but it should be! If not, at least you have some inspiration to DIY draw it yourself!)

Ganesha Wall Decal

**Overview: *** Vinyl wall mural of the Hindu deity Ganesha * A unique design accent for any space * Fluid lines invoke a painted-on look **Measurements: *** 25"l, 24.5"h **Content & Care: *** Vinyl * Wipe clean * Made in the USA **Shipping Information: *** This item will ship via UPS Ground and is only available for delivery within the continental United States. Shipment to international locations, U.S. territories, Alaska, Hawaii, P.O. boxes, APO/FPO addresses…

Marigold, deep pink, bright blue - what a combo of color!

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Diwali Decor Ideas

Diwali Decor Ideas

Diwali Decor Ideas, Diwali Decoration, Festive Decor, India, Ethnic Indian Decor, Indian Decor, Flower Decor, Metal Decor, Brass Decor

the photo is from Rang-Decor.  I am pinning because I love the flowers and could see making them from white clay and painting the yellow centers to use with the wire candlesticks.  instr. not on blog

paint your prayers...

This post is largely inspired by Geninne Zlatkis, one of my earliest flickr and blogging friends. She is an extremely talented lady, who illustrates, draws, sketches, paints, carves stamps, crafts, cooks, home schools and also paints on pebbles! Yes, in her beautiful homes in Mexico (designed by her architect husband) one of the ways in which she adds cheer and beauty is by painting natural motifs on collected pebbles, an interest that I share with her:-) I always bring back pebbles and…

puja room design. home mandir. lamps. doors. vastu. idols placement.

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Diwali Decor Ideas. Lamps. Diyas. lanterns. flowers. rangoli. fairy lights. colour. decor. india decorating. traditional

Diwali at home...

Diwali ki Shubhkamnayen!Diwali at home was lot of fun with family and friends, ladoos and chocolates, sparklers and diyas, dinners and laughter... Few captures from our home during Diwali. Hope all of you had a fabulous Diwali! (images by Arch)

embroidered wall hanging - Brilliantly colourful - Moti Ari patchwork in the 9 panels - hand embroidered  on a fair trade basis. Assorted colours, fabrics and beading make each item unique.

Namaste Fair Trade > Namaste-UK Ltd

Global inspirations....traded fairly Home Accessories, Furnishings, Furniture, Gifts, Incense, Clothing, Accessories, Jewellery

brass bell - artnlight: Two artists and a beautiful home

Two artist's and a beautiful home

This is a home I'm so excited to share with all of you, not just because it is a beautiful space. But because it is a home of 2 artists, Sav...

Painting on wall ; Raghurajpufr called artist village ; famous for making Patta Chitras ; Jagannathpuri ; Bhubaneswar ; Orissa  ; India

Seven lotus-shaped stainless steel Buddhist offering bowls are designed to hold traditional shrine offerings on your home meditation altar. 2 1.2" dia., 1" h

Lotus Offering Bowls, set of 7

Small lotus-shaped bowls match our Lotus Candleholder, #4451 and are designed to hold traditional shrine offerings on your home meditation altar. Also for use with our White Lotus Candles, (#GIF157), sold separately. Stainless steel with mirror finish. Wipe clean with a soft cloth. Made in India.7 bowls, each 2 1/2&amp

Rooftop in India with Indian lotus carvings

Rooftop in India with Indian lotus carvings

Indian floor mandala

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Indian floor mandala

Indian design is often typified by intricately patterned textiles (usually with gold accents), arched furniture, mosaic prints and tiles, and colors like bright blues, reds, oranges and golds. Photo courtesy of Saffron Marigold.

The Well-Traveled Look: Global Design Style

Decorate with global design styles. Learn about the different design styles and get inspiration from HGTV.com.