Aditi Prakash is a designer who works extensively with tribal craftsmen and those who use eco-friendly materials to create simple, beautiful, useful products.
When I saw her blog header that is actually a photograph of a glass display shelf in her home, I was pretty sure she had more lovely corners around her home. You already saw her kitchen here, (an early participant in our October Blog Carnival), so now it's time to show you the rest of her home. At the end of this post, you will also see some of her amazing work via her line called Pure Ghee Designs.
Living room: Tall book cabinet in pine wood which Aditi commisioned for her husband, silk patchwork cushion designed by her made by tribal women in Jharkhand, painting titled "The universe lies within" done by her during her student days at NID.
|Gond painting with tree in primary colours by Nankusia Shyam was a wedding gift from a friend, painted madhubani metal box, carved wooden bowl from Africa picked up at a garage sale, runner from Sandur, Karnataka|
|Aditi's glass shelf with colorful finds from around the world; this is also her blog header.|
| Niche in the entrance lobby painted in bright colours, painted wooden peacock from Benares|
Aren't her corners arty? These are pics of her work at Pure Ghee Designs.
|Samples of the new collection of PGD bags lying on the futon after a photo shoot.|
|One of several toys she designed for Nirmal Toys, a toy making community in AP. The toys are made from a local wood called 'ponki'|
|Box and tray set with telugu script telling the story of the nirmal toy making community.|
|Spice box for Nirmal|
|Trinket box, also for Nirmal|
Aditi blogs at Pure Ghee Designs, so head over to her space to experience more of her creativity! Thanks Aditi, for sharing your work and your personal space with The Keybunch!
Labels: aditi prakash, Designer spotlight, gond artists, House tour, nirmal toys