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Wednesday, February 3

Traditional Indian Decor - Part 1

I came across some more of John Henry Claude Wilson's excellent work, showcasing traditional Indian decor and design. Covering select interior shots in this post, and will share the rest in a post early next week.





[Credits: Photographs by John Henry Claude Wilson; Source: Frposters; Some of the interior shots are from: Samode Palace, Samode Bagh, Devi Garh, Toy and Joy Singh's residence, restored traditional pol (residential cluster) haveli in Gujarat, Neemrana Palace, Deo Garh Palace) 



14 comments:

Jamie said...

Simply stunning.

As someone who splits her time between the US and India, your blog reminds me of the reason I love India.

Patricia Torres said...

Oh such lovely images... I am in love with each of these rooms... wow!! I've always wanted a home with pillars.. the traditional haveli types... someday... *sigh*

Jose Ramon Santana Vazquez said...

...traigo
sangre
de
la
tarde
herida
en
la
mano
y
una
vela
de
mi
corazón
para
invitarte
y
darte
este
alma
que
viene
para
compartir
contigo
tu
bello
blog
con
un
ramillete
de
oro
y
claveles
dentro...


desde mis
HORAS ROTAS
Y AULA DE PAZ


TE SIGO TU BLOG




CON saludos de la luna al
reflejarse en el mar de la
poesía...


AFECTUOSAMENTE:
AN INDIAN SUMMER


OS DESEO FELIZ AÑO NUEVO 2010 Y ESPERO SEA DE VUESTRO AGRADO EL POST POETIZADO DE CABALLO, LA CONQUISTA DE AMERICA CRISOL Y EL DE CREPUSCULO.

José
ramón...

ADB said...

Absolutely divine..drooled at every single one :)

Designwali said...

wow...great shots. You really do have an inspirational blog. Thanks for all the good eye candy!!

i hope one day my blog will be as fabulous as yours!!

Design IQ said...

Fabulous pics :) Look forward to the series !!

Cara said...

Stunning, the colors are amazing!

Hilary said...

I've been to INdia once and ever since, I've been searching for great Indian design blogs! Glad I finally found this one.

Francine Gardner said...

Your blog brings me back to India. I so miss this magical country... Just made a change of plans, instead of flying to Bhutan via Bangkok this fall, I will extend my trip by a couple of more days via India

Zarita said...

Thanks for the post. I love the tall ceilings and the great furniture. Can't wait to see more of these. I will check back.

Anuradha Varma said...

Lovely post.. everything is so pretty and very inspirational.

Bientanks said...

amazing blog ;)

Bhavna said...

Thank you thank you! So very glad you all enjoyed this post and also wrote to me :)

Leigha said...

Oh my gorgeous!

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