Vaishnavi Nayel Talawadekar is an internationally published architecture, design and art journalist.
Vaishnavi runs a sunny content studio called Mangomonk where she writes for publications big and small.
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This Bengaluru home is a postcard from the Amalfi Coast
Palazzo Luce: A Dazzling Hotel-cum-Gallery in Lecce by Anna Maria Enselmi.
This Bengaluru apartment is a one-way ticket to Tulum
A $210,000 Home Library Renovation Over a Decade in the Making
An old Kochi warehouse is reborn as an ethereal fabric store
This peaceful Bengaluru bungalow magically silences its surroundings
[Print] California: Candy-Coloured Oasis
In This Philadelphia Home, the Bathrooms are the Shining Stars
Decoding Trends with Dulux Colour and Communications Manager Andrea Lucena-Orr
In This Songwriter’s Midcentury Laurel Canyon Home, No Two Rooms Are Alike
Umberto121: A 14th-century Holiday Home in Tuscany by Montsant Moreno.
When the present owners, a Barcelona-based couple w
[Print] New Delhi: Quiet Getaway
In Bengaluru, earthy tones take the spotlight in a cabin home by Taliesyn
A 100-Year-Old Long Island Home Got a Bright Kitchen Glow-Up
This Manhattan apartment sings to the sparkling streetscape
Dulux Launches Its 2024 Colour Forecast
Artful Abode in New Delhi by Mathew & Ghosh Architects and Rajiv Saini + Associates.
Czech Mate: An Apartment in Warsaw by Colombe.
This Bengaluru home is a kaleidoscope of gems old and new
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AD Visits: Diipa Büller-Khosla's canal house in Amsterdam is a postcard from 1614
By their own admission, it’s a scene that just a few years ago, was a figment of their imagination. “We'd