Home Tour/ Dithi/ Collectivitea

Are you ready? We are leaving right away for Geneva, Switzerland to visit with Dithi of deezden. Dithi is an extremely talented artist whose doe-eyed ladies I have blogged about before. Today, I am really excited to share with you her home in Geneva. Their creativity  and eye for beauty extends into all corners of their home. The long cold winters of Switzerland are sure to pass by in a flash when you live in such warm and beautiful surroundings.

Home Tour/ Dithi/ Collectivitea
 
 
Home Tour/ Dithi/ Collectivitea
Dithi’s paintings are colorful, richly detailed and glow like gems. They bring the warmth and vibrancy of India to their surroundings.
Home Tour/ Dithi/ Collectivitea
 
Home Tour/ Dithi/ Collectivitea
 
Home Tour/ Dithi/ Collectivitea

A blogger might stop now but not me, because I have ‘why-post-a-few-pictures-when-you can-post-all-ism’, a very serious condition where I keep posting picture after gorgeous picture or die trying. SIGH!! And you have to admit it is a very beautiful and eclectic home. Imagine the conversations you can have in such inspiring surroundings..

Home Tour/ Dithi/ Collectivitea
 

Home Tour/ Dithi/ Collectivitea

Home Tour/ Dithi/ Collectivitea

Those pictures were the living and dining areas. Wait till you see the room where all those paintings are born…

 

Home Tour/ Dithi/ Collectivitea

 

Home Tour/ Dithi/ Collectivitea

 
Home Tour/ Dithi/ Collectivitea

Such a beautiful sight! I feel so privileged when people share their homes with me. It’s like being invited for chai and a conversation with friends. You never want to leave! There is a lot of folk art to be seen in Dithi’s home. Here, Rajasthani puppets add whimsical charm to a 4-poster bed..

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Home Tour/ Dithi/ Collectivitea
 

Home Tour/ Dithi/ Collectivitea

 
 

Home Tour/ Dithi/ Collectivitea

 
Home Tour/ Dithi/ Collectivitea

DROOL!!!  Alright, its time to get back and do stop drooling! If this page took a while to load because of all the pictures that I just had to add, you will agree it was worth it. Thanks for sharing your lovely home, Dithi. Visit Dithi at her blog here and to buy one of her amazing pieces of art, visit her store here.

 

All images courtesy of Dithi Chakrabortty,



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  1. Priya

    Wow! Look at the colour! I loved this glimpse of Dithi’s home and I know just what you mean when you say you were afflicted with ‘post-allism’. Most understandable! Perhaps you could have ‘Dithi’s home part -II’. ;D

  2. Dithi

    Aditi, thank you for this, I really enjoyed taking these snaps. Archana and Priya, you have no idea how happy I was to read your comments :), Iniyaal, thank you!

  3. GB73

    Okay, that was the perfect start to my morning!! Thank you Aditi and Dhiti for sharing her space with us! I have to say I just love those cow masks- they all have different expressions!!! I have the biggest smile on my face this very moment 🙂

    -Gagan

  4. Sudha

    Thanks to vineeta, I was familiar with Dithi’s work…seeing her beautiful home is such a treat….very artistic and creative and represents the artist very well…loved her home AH!!!

  5. asomanath

    Loved the earthy colors brought out by the accesories…Dithi – You have made a beautiful home. It welcomes you and envelopes one with warmth

  6. Chica

    I am already a follower of her blog..her paintings are just too lovely to describe in words… She really inspires me.. and I love the pictures of her home…it really reflects the artist in her ! Thanks for showing us around !

  7. Divya

    Love love love Dithi’s home… I actually feel like flying out to Geneva and visiting her home for real 🙂 So artsy… so Indian.. so Bengali.. love her paintings , esp the women with the big bindis… and love the right-trunked Ganesha.. I have one too and I am superstitious:-)

  8. Anonymous

    wow dithi just lost all my words how to praise this beautiful home of your’s………..more i see more i m getting addicted to whole of it…every corner reflects your sense of art n personality….amazzzzzzzzing……………kathakali

  9. Anonymous

    Dithi is my best friend but haven’t made to geneva yet…thanks for sharing her house…at least i can feel close to her looking at these pictures … i think it is high time for part 2