Work From Home: The Redefined Normal

The outbreak of the pandemic has created quite a stir across the globe. Our lives are now being controlled by masks and sanitizers. For some, the kitchen has now become their newly conquered territory while for some cleaning the house! We…

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The Urban Jungle

Many years ago, on a trip to Vienna Austria, I stumbled upon a lane of higgledy -piggledy houses in bright colors that looked straight out of a modern art painting. An offbeat tourist destination Hundertwasser village is named after Austria’s eccentric…

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Empowering Craftsmen by Nurturing our Cultural Legacy

Any living or working space is incomplete without functional and aesthetic elements like furniture, accessories and embellishments of art. Apart from adding value to the environment around you, they also make for making the place lively and easy to live and…

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Finding the Balance between Budget & Exclusivity

What comprises reclaimed furniture? The answer is pretty simple. Any furniture that is made from materials that are otherwise discarded can be termed as reclaimed furniture. The importance of such furniture has been gradually rising over the past few years. Why…

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Sustainable Furniture & The Future of Office Decor

What is sustainable furniture? Words like sustainability, eco-friendly and reclaimed furniture have been picking up pace across the globe since quite a few years now. The central theme around all these attracts the concept of living and prospering by impacting the…

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The Hands of GRACE

Article by Preeta Dutta. Founder & CEO, MiradorLife Sarthebari is a typical village in Assam where it seems time has stood still. Pristine with abundant greenery, you think you’ll hear the birds chirping but instead on a regular day all you…

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The Magic circle

Article by Preeta Dutta. Founder & CEO, MiradorLife Great art comes from the heart and speaks to the heart. It is in the depths of all artistic work, that we experience some of the most fundamental principles of life – joy,…

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Art

Over the years while working as an interior stylist I began to appreciate and understand the domain of Indian textiles and traditional art a whole lot more. Traditional art to me is a culture of a group of people with skills…

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Healing Earth

Lockdown in India, and after a week pictures emerge of beautiful pristine Indian cities and towns. Birds we’ve never seen are now showing up in our cities

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