Tuesday, May 27, 2008

What is heaven for you?


A PEEK INTO OUR LITTLE GETAWAY :)

School vacations are a great time to fix the exhaust fan and get a safety door in our brand new getaway! I was looking for an excuse to visit it, then I realized we couldn't leave that place without a safety door. That was emergency that required an urgent trip to Mumbai! While waiting for the carpenter and the electrician I took these pictures.


The dining table can be folded and chairs placed inside that little space behind the shutter. Love this table!



Lazy morning sunshine. Spent a lot of time sprawled on this floor.


Kitchen: I had left tea bags, dairy whitener and sugar cubes in the kitchen. There were ants in the sugar cubes. Eventually had to order more (home delivered) before I could even enjoy a cup of tea!


Cellphone connectivity - only next to this window.


A lazy morning....and finally a cuppa chai.


No internet connection/TV. Read. Sketch. Dream. Write. Missed all my blogging friends :(
Looking forward to reading all the new posts I missed:)

20 comments:

Imp's Mom said...

OOO....I love the dining table!! And it looks like you get a lot of sunlight in your flat, which i believe is a rarity in most flats!

dipali said...

Hey- that is paradise! Enjoy:)
Really lovely.

churningthewordmill said...

wowie! i love ur b'bay house.. neat, minimilistic and classy! super-cool! :D
btw, thanks for coming around and reading ALL the posts u missed..that was really sweet of u! :D *hug*

Indian Home Maker said...

imp's mom- yeah it's has East facing windows so lots of morning sunshine :)Yeah love it being so uncluttered -got back home and started sorting what could be taken out, to create more open spaces:) Most of us can easily set up two homes with all the unnecessary stuff we keep!

Indian Home Maker said...

dipali thanks:) being there is such a break! No worry about maid, milkman, newspaper,...No TV and no internet! I feel I have gone back to twenty five years ago:)

Indian Home Maker said...

Mandira I wasn't going to miss a post ...the joy of a break lies in all the posts waiting to be read back home:)

Swati said...

Lovely home :)

Manpreet said...

Great, loved the pictures, and spaces.
Very cosmopolitan and very In...

Reema said...

Hey I read ur post in Chandni's blog and thought of helping as I found soolution. As I see u use google reader? then to read comments of any wordpress blog (cuz u can subcribe to floow up on blogger which u must be knowing already)..Just go that blog home page eg chandni's and type comments/feed and press enter.

like http://chandni.wordpress.com/comments/feed

it should ask the location where u would like to receive updated contents on the particular website.Any problem u can ask me.

Alankrita said...

Thats an awesome little pad... the table is a darling...

The Soul of Alec Smart said...

Wow, this place looks so cosy :) And yes, the table is such a beauty. Enjoy!!

Homecooked said...

Wow...paradise for sure! Ooh..I miss Bombay :(

Devaki said...

You are a keen photographer, aren't you? Loved the pics, and as usual, I loved the huge window!

Indian Home Maker said...

Swati :)

Indian Home Maker said...

Manpreet Isn't it? Thanks!

Indian Home Maker said...

Reema Thanks, used the info and am getting comments in my Reader:)

Indian Home Maker said...

Alankrita Awww I love the table too:)

Indian Home Maker said...

The Soul of Alec Smart - Thanks!

Indian Home Maker said...

Homecooked - I miss Bombay too:)

Indian Home Maker said...

Devaki Yeah the windows are huge and a real delight. Thanks:)