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The Indian Maximalist Home Tours

The Indian Maximalist Home Tours

I started collecting art, home decor, furniture, and accessories early in my 20’s. Piece by piece, things came together almost over 2 decades. Things I found, things I saved from my parent’s home, things I upcycled, DIY’s, etc. And I continue to build and make changes. It’s a constant work in progress.

A postcard from the home of P. Sunita

Creating a curated home, with limited resources takes time. When you don’t have a lot of money to spend but have an expensive taste, there are a lot of strategies that you will need to apply 😀 You need some crazy dedication, consistent effort, and a lot of patience. It is not for a person who needs instant gratification or wants it to look great in a month or two (unless you are willing to spend an insane amount of money and find a good sourcing and styling person to do it for you).

A postcard from the home of Suraksha Kumar

Now I know how I managed to create my dream space for myself, and I also know that there are a lot of people out there who have done the same. No matter who you are and what you do, there is a tribe out there that matches your vibe. So here is a series of Homes of Maximalists like myself, with tons of ideas and inspiration for any budding collector out there.

A postcard from the home of Jyoti Malude

My intention with this maximalist home series is to get inside the heads of maximalists to understand how they developed their style and collection. I am sure there is a method to our madness and there is a pattern I hope to uncover. And also ask the real questions and real challenges from real homes that no decor magazine seems to bother about.

A postcard from the home of Anuradha Verma

So look forward to seeing one gorgeous home every week and knowing how the home was put together by its people.

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