New Year brings with it a fresh new feature on Rang Decor.

Rang Decor has been a medium through which I have 'met' so many creative and talented people from around the world.
For the next couple of weeks I will be featuring amazing home spaces of some of the readers of Rang Decor.
Yes, real people and their real homes.


Megha Punater
Ganesha Idol in her temple in the living room
Megha is one of the
most talented people I have met online. She is a potter, an artist and a designer who studied design in NID and now lives with her Belgian husband Steven and two lovely children Arth and Nitya in Belgium.

The colours in her home are vibrant. She says,
"The philosophy behind our home is warmth. Belgium being so cold and grey, we wanted colours in our home."Bright pink pooja plate in her temple.
There is a lot of Indian influence, given that she is from India and also her husband's love for India.
Megha loves handmade & hand embroidered textiles.
Sitting area with sofa covered with brightly coloured textiles. ( She descibes the colours as Kitschy Indian Bazaar)Popat green wall is a perfect backdrop for these antique casts. Coffee table with books & treasures picked up during various travels.
Hand painted Ganesha jacket cupboard.
Megha continues, " There is a lot of wooden furniture and especially European ones bought in flea markets and restored by me."
Kitchen shelf with books, vases and her grand collection of mugs. *Sigh*Megha's ancestral kitchenware and mesh egg holder, now a cookie holder displayed against a green wall.
Her room is painted in two colours inspired by Indian village homes and here you see some of her handbags displayed on hooks.
These frames were picked up from Rajasthan in India. *Love that peacock feather*
Her verandah wall painted in bright yellow. A paint called 'Delhi Bazaar' by Dulux.This is Megha's workspace. Her latest works and inspirations hang on this gorgeous yellow wall. Last but not the least, this Ikea cast in her children's room has been hand painted by Megha!
I end this post, with my eyes hungry for more colours and my heart greatly inspired by this very humble and hugely talented lady~ Megha.
Thanks for sharing your space with us.

Her blog,
arth and nitya is a glimpse into her creative world. Do say hello:-)

P.S~ If you have any question for Megha about her home, please ask in the comments section so she can reply to you.
 
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