Sacred old world spirituality-inspired furniture and decor with an aura of global, rustic, old world charm, a sense of wanderlust energy, the feeling of beautiful sacred energies barn doors sprinkled throughout with careful suggestions of artifacts this exotic and artistic yoga sanctuary talks to you. Distinctive artistic elements come together naturally as the universe guides you. Your bedroom is your love sanctuary, and the perfect space to showcase your passion. An underlying cohesive color theme brings the eclectic design elements together. Harmony in color works with the subtle hues and carved textures of Radha Krishna carved barn doors, the intricate detailed headboard created from an antique Indian triple archway, the cusped opening are used for modern artwork in vivid colors, setting the romantic mood and creative design to your bedroom. Add passionate art that evokes your emotions and maintains the harmonious eclectic element. Art reflects your inner spirit and unique handmade artistic creations in old world designs, bring in the sentimental values.

I open the grand Haveli doors to the veranda that leads to the lush gardens where resides a magnificent Buddha sculpture in gray granite stone, seated with the blessing bowl, in earth touching mudra.
The Maharaja elephant, ornately carved in black granite with his trunk up brings in the grandness of the old days. Surrounded by old oak trees and birds of paradise this is the view from my yoga room in my house, my sacred space and sanctuary where I do my daily meditation practice.
Tranquil and peaceful, I take in the goodness of Mother Earth and offer her my devotion.
Characterized by bohemian earthing and grounding interiors, the ambiance created by old wooden teak gates and lotus console mantles, broad leaf plant life, tree of life carvings, and handloom cotton throws as well as toss pillows made from recycled natural fabrics in warm earthy tones, the decor is healing and nurturing.
 
 
 
 
 
 
The living room doors open to magnificent oak trees, under which sits a garden  Buddha, handcarved in natural stone, the jharokha coffee tables matched by the comfy velvet sofa couch, and a kutch tapestry hung on the facing wall.
 
Relaxed and earthing , mindful design using reclaimed woods and textiles the earthy aura of the carved cabinet in soft green is enough of a statement.
  
 
 
 

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