My Home, THEN & NOW

Over the years, Cosmo has fea­tured sev­eral fab­u­lous homes. We re-vis­ited some of these pads to check the trans­for­ma­tion.

Cosmopolitan (India) - - BEAUTY - By Priyam Chaturvedi

The kitsch de­signer’s favourite room is her be­d­room, and the theme of her home is in keep­ing with her run­way col­lec­tions—‘tribal glam­our’. “I’ve moved from a bright pink to a burnt orange in terms of the colour pal­ette. I like my house bright, so I’ve used or­anges, pinks, pur­ples and hints of gold I’ve also changed the decor ac­ces­sories of my house and cre­ated cer­tain pieces my­self to give it a dis­tinct feel.” “Pink was get­ting too girly for me. It was a spon­ta­neous decision that me and my friends took, on my trip to Bali. I had got­ten bored of the shade, and felt it wasn’t re­flect­ing my char­ac­ter fully.” “‘Tribal glam­our’ is how I’d like to de­scribe it.” “I like the whole thing, be­cause I’ve done it my­self. That said, I spend the most time in my be­d­room, so that’s where I’m most com­fort­able.” “A paint­ing my mother gifted me. It’s an heir­loom piece.” “I love Apart­ment No. 9 in Greater Kailash, N-block Mar­ket; it has some amaz­ing stuff.”

Q What changes have you in­cor­po­rated in your home from the last time you shot with Burnt orange is Malini’s colourdu-home Strate­gi­cally placed lamps make for mood light­ing Ear­lier, Malini’s home was a wash of pink Q What is the dé­cor theme of your house? Q Your favourite corner in the house... Q What’s the most pricey thing in your home? Q Where do you shop for dé­cor


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