PILLOW TALK

I have talked alot about Mom’s affinity for Indian and ethnic textiles, so I thought I’d snap a few shots of her guest bedrooms’ current mix. This is a good way to illustrate how to combine completely unrelated colors and patterns successfully to develop an eclectic look.

I am much less daring in my approach; a bit more methodical and definite, but I so admire how she creates such symphony with un-related and unexpected combinations. It’s an art; being able to do this. What do you think?





13 comments in “PILLOW TALK

  1. Katherine

    Everything looks so pretty, I can see where you get all of your talent. Did Mom teach you the ropes or did you go to school for design?

  2. Olivia

    I love it! She’s got an eye for it! Beautiful chair and pillow and I would’ve never thought to put those together, but it looks great!

  3. Jennifer

    That is what I would love to be able to do – but I’m stuck on the whole “matching” thing! Maybe I’ll have to just be crazy and throw in an unexpected pattern or color and live with it…..

  4. Julia edwards

    Gorgeous!! I am relocating to Mumbai for a year and I need lots of inspiration to furnish the company flat we will be occupying…you’ve just given me some, can’t wait go shopping!!

  5. diane

    What a great collection of fabrics and I also love the green and white striped chair…living with such color would certainly put me in a good mood everyday!

  6. Glendana

    Where do you and your mom find fabric to use in the pillows … or they purchased pillows? I am having a difficult time as a non-professional decorator in locating this type of fabric.

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