Let there be love
LOVE, is an act, an emotion, a way of life. It is the point of it all, the centre of everything we do. It begins from self and radiates to the people and things around us.
Simplest acts of having evening tea together in their favourite corner of the home to letting them have the last piece of cake, show that life is but love in its active form.
Our homes are an extension of this very love. The place where our souls are most rested, most natural and most in love.
Storing our memories, unique daily routines, journeys marked on window sills and walls.
Pouring this love into our love of creating, we have made curtains that dance, invite and talk. In fresh pinks, yellows, beiges and blues, these handwoven chanderi and cotton-moss drapes are full of wonder.
Using the ages old technique of applique, intricate motifs are cut and embroidered on buttery chanderis. A tedius but fulfilling process, that gives our drapes a unique flavour. Each cutout is treated as an individual art piece and carefully applied onto the curtain material. The delicate fabric needs all attention and hence days go by in making these.
Sheers that are romance in themselves in sorbet hues are here to be the love language you want your home to speak. With impeccable craftsmanship, these fine luxurious drapes are conversations starters for your gatherings and comfort givers for your time alone at home.
Leit-motifs of gaiety and spirituality reflect in these labour of love.
The art of incorporating these symbols into everyday life is perfected via these drapes. For these interact with one's vital senses daily; touch and vision, birthing a sensory experience every time you see or touch these fluttering curtains.
The everblooming flora from mother nature sprinkled generously is a fresh treat for eyes. Invite peaceful vibes with hamsa, yantra, tree of life and matsaya motifs that balance energies.
Celebrating the simple cause of a life filled with love, these lively drapes seem to sing, 'let there be love, let there be light, let there be joy...'