I love indian art forms. And I love to buy my fabrics and art directly from weavers and artists . Seeing them in the flesh, the faces that shine with passion and their hands that create such beauty...makes you cherish these products even more. Handmade is always more expensive than factory made, but when you meet the person behind the product the amount seems ridiculously small for the days (in the case of the applique work, 3 months) they have put in.
The bedcovers, the woven basket atop my hanging table, the wall painting as well as the applique work tapestry on the right wall are all bought direct. ..I highly recommend visiting craft fairs and exhibitions when they come to your city.
There's something exciting coming up here this week, so do come back and check.
I rather enjoyed the random giveaway that @coloraaga
won yesterday, based on her response to a simple question I asked. Stay tuned! ;) #tuesdaymotivation #tuesdaymorning #orangeaccents #touchofgreen #appliquework #naturalight #myhomeincolor #bedroomDIY #lovefabrics #traditionalindiandecor #blockprint #hangingtable #DIY #decor123 #decorbloggerindia