I’ve just returned from a whistle stop tour of India: Delhi, Agra and the beautiful of Rajasthan. A visit to the market in Jaipur was such a highlight; Indian ladies’ dress in an array of beautiful colours – reds, pinks, oranges, yellows.. it’s a riot of colour that hits the senses along with all the noise, smell and bustle of the market.
A fabric stall selling cottons for making clothes making – this is just a small section, I counted 42 different pinks….
Indian ladies shopping in the narrow crowded market street.
One of the many trimming stalls with thousands of braids, sequins and tassels for sari’s.
A young girl trying on a wedding skirt!
More colour inspiration – love the oranges, ochres and aubergines.
So good to see a strong use of colour, we are seeing more colours being used in interiors nowadays so I will definitely look to incorporate some of the tones I saw used in India. Teal stood out as a popular colour along with a wide array of pinks/oranges and reds. I can’t wait to get started!
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Sally Homan (Design Director) is an associate of the British Institute of Interior design and has developed a stunning portfolio of beautiful homes across the UK. Her work has been featured in many interior design magazines and she prides herself of working with each clients personal tastes to create their dream home.
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