Sahana Bajpaie, who is currently spending time at her Santiniketan home as she wraps up her PhD, loves sharing glimpses of her beautiful abode. The singer, who grew up in Santiniketan, has retained some old-school design elements in her home, like the traditional red flooring and old-timey cane furniture. Not to mention an enviable library and a reading nook that has us thinking about re-modelling our apartments!
Here’s a glimpse into Sahana’s charming getaway:
The right mix…
We love the quaint moras and the hanging planters in Sahana’s living room.
‘Adda’ zone alert!
Sahana’s verandah is an adda haven. The old-timey red floors, the greenery, the sunlit corners — everything about the spot just works!
‘Ek cup cha e ami boi porte chai’
Sahana’s reading nook can totally inspire the reading corner of your home.
‘Madur’, ‘dupur’, and more
Just like Sahana, a madur and some comfy pillows are all we need to cure our FOMO.
Let there be light
Looking to unwind at home with some close friends? Go for some chic fairy lights to set a cosy ambience.
Home sweet home
We could all use a little me-time on a tree, curled up with a book, and little Rohini agrees with us.
Did someone say garden-to-table?
‘Phooley phooley, dholey dholey’
Here’s another glimpse at Sahana’s pretty garden, that’s dotted with bougainvilleas.