Butterflies for the Home
December 11, 2008
Bead curtains and murals from Memories of a Butterfly
I like doing cartwheels so much that I’ve got a home with minimal walls and maximum wide open spaces (and a few rugs thrown in between for soft landings). But now I feel the need for a hint of mystery between the spaces. In other words — privacy!
Like beaded curtains from Memories of a Butterfly (MOAB). Glittering beads that divide spaces without making them claustrophobic. Pure glass, acrylic and crystal delicately strung together to capture light and create a cascade of dew that’ll be a pleasure to hide behind. For the more earthy home, there’s Australian shell, bone and wood. And beady delight is not all they offer. You also get to choose from a range of designs, from the Bold Polka to Gold Basket,Traditional Aztecs to Ikats, and the Tear Drop to the Chandelier curtains.
And after you’ve put them up, and you’ve danced between them, and are still greedy for more, fear not. MOAB’s also got box lamps (that promise to throw gaspable shadows on your bedroom walls), hanging lamps (for an equally breathtaking result), and even candle stands (for that perfect gift) with intricate bead work.
My suggestion? Let this butterfly into your home.
MOAB (Memories of a Butterfly). Call Sreeti Mondol on +91 9845508083 and Sriram Sunder on +91 9880395452 in Bangalore or Malini Mundle on +91 9810797037 in New Delhi. MOAB delivers all over the country via professional packers and movers and charges delivery by weight. Prices depend on materials and designs. A door curtain will range from Rs 7000 to Rs 15000.