Interiors

Bonjour!

Comment avez-vous été?
As you can see, I still have Paris on my mind! Many thanks to all those incredible readers who sent in suggestions…I was happily ticking off your recommendations checklist as I went from city to city. I am now back from a brilliant vacation and have dived headlong into home renovations. No better antidote to a vacation’s hangover than having a home full of super enthusiastic workers and a wall full of paint samples!  
Now excusez moi, while I go and round up the enthu patakas (literal translation: enthusiastic firecrackers) and stop them from painting over my light fixtures (true story!). Here are some goodies from Espacio Living for your kind perusal in the meantime…

Au revoir!

(Oh and, I am slowly getting to your emails. My work inbox has taken priority over my blog inbox; so if you wrote to me, you shall hear back…just a tad bit late though) 

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Comments (22)

  1. I just randomly came across your blog thru a yahoo search. I am so excited and can’t wait to go through all your posts.
    Congratulations on an awesome blog and thank you for your inspiration!
    We have some collections of indoor furniture made of solid mahogany wood from Indonesia.You can visit my site to http://www.indo-furni.com
    Thank you.

  2. Elissa: Will post some images soon on the new facebook page for An Indian Summer! 🙂

    Alphabuttonpusher – thanks and welcome!

    Kristi – I wish I knew! 🙂 Loved the rug on the staircase though

    Hilary: Do that Hilary! Daybeds are the best for an afternoon siesta!

  3. Thanks Joanne! 🙂

    So good to hear from your again Constance! I would love to meet up with Noelle if she ever visits Delhi.

    Sunita: Oh wow! And I thought I had the clown bunch! I so wish we could get the DIY paint tools etc in India – it's such a hassle to get work done by some one else

  4. What a great way to get back into the swing of things. Your pierrot seems to have the right idea ;D
    I love this collection of photos … very inspiring. And my sympathies. I have more than a few horror stories of 'enthu patakas' myself. Including the worst-to-date … smashing bathroom tiles and leaving the drainage cover open, inviting a snake in 😛

  5. now I'm still living in my parents' house, but someday I want to make a new home and live with my wife. I really love it when I found this blog, because I dream of having a nice house interior design. this blog makes me inspired. Thank you very much

  6. Great to discover your blog. It's very nice to see Indian interior design and to discover the fusion of Indian decoration, materials and the Persian style niches, shapes and other stuff that I've seen in my visit in Iran. It's wonderful when cultures fuse and create beauty!

  7. Hey welcome back. Missed your gorgeous posts! What magnificent pics…especially the Tuscan/Italian inspired sink and that room with the long kilim covered corridor and clay pots! To die for!