14 Responses

  1. Sharin at | | Reply

    hahahah true it’s the only Birkin I won’t be lusting after either!

  2. pdaervo at | | Reply

    hmmm…I like the paisley :)
    lov ethe design, so rich and colorful
    I need to redo my room now!

  3. saba at | | Reply

    ooh god……this adds another reason for a paris trip, am goin for the christmas holidays n HAVE to know what’l to shop n where…P n P plz help! n are 2 days kept aside for shopping enuf ( i know they arent! )

  4. Surbhi at | | Reply

    woow! thats so cool of you.. love the rich indian theme.. but dont like the clutter too much

  5. Laila at | | Reply

    Oh my God. I am in love. So so in love.

  6. eclat at | | Reply

    Love the way store windows abroad are always so well done- Indian retailers have yet to mine the potential of a great window display…

  7. annie at | | Reply

    I like the colors and patterns but this room feel very claustrophobic.

  8. Adit at | | Reply

    love the concept, shudder at the thought of dusting….love the colours, but it can be information overload…

  9. Manasi at | | Reply

    What are you talking about! I love the paisley…

  10. xoxo at | | Reply

    love the colour and patterns

  11. Bgal at | | Reply

    Spot the Birkin..love the Birkin

  12. Sonia99 at | | Reply

    This is definitely not a room for relaxing in..the ultra-bright colors are too disturbing. I like the sequined/mirror-worked pillars..never thought of it before!

  13. Anon at | | Reply

    I would love to have a lehenga in all these glorious colors..

  14. AstralDust at | | Reply

    I’m off to Paris around New Year too…. any shopping tips? PnP, any pointers will be most appreciated!

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