Home tour - Soma Rathore's home in Texas


 There is a beautiful home somehwere in a tiny town of eastern Texas, created with so much love and warmth by Soma and her husband for their two little girls.

In Soma's words "We are blessed with a home with plenty of sunshine and space. I do not have a specific style, but decorate by what my eyes and my heart tells me :) While I love collecting Buddha and bells, and some other unique things which catches my eyes (and I do treasure and own many things of the past that arouses memories and nostalgia), I like open space in my home. While I love deep rich wood tones, I love the clean cut lines of modern style too. So it is really a mix and match and what feels best to me. But there has to be live plants. A necessity!"

Foyer table displays few gifts and old things that Rathore family treasures.... Here in Soma's word on what foyer table holds "On the right - the white lady is a potpourri holder that belonged to my ma - makes me remember her every time I see it. The tiny photo frame was a gift from my school friends some 20 years back and now holds a photo of the husband of our wedding. The little trinket box in copper was another gift on my bday some 22 years back from my college friends. Brass Ganesha was a gift and it is from a place in Rajasthan where they specialize in these."


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Sun bathed Family room...

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Beautiful vignettes of family room..

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Family room fire place : Soma Says "The deer is a recent addition and is named "Paul". I bought it from a grocery store. The wood has beautiful texture and is torched for a burned effect on dark wood."
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Soma's love for Buddha is visible through out her home. Soma Says " on the left- the bigger pot belongs to my ma. The smaller one was from New Mexico - a typical art form using horse hair in pottery. On the right -the conch shell is my ma's. The Shiv is a gift from my in laws and the other one is from Egypt got by my dad. The little pinch pot was made by my daughter in school. In the center -
What my kids call the bell for dinner.

 
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Dining room - Which displays more gifts and some pier 1 finds...

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This antique door was built by Soma and her husband from an apartment door from Home Depot under $150. Stains, screws, washers, gold paint, moulding and a lot of hammering by their then 1.5 year old daughter for the antique look. 

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Soma says this as "The right wall" and I can't agree more :).  Their two little girls-pics were taken when they were exactly the same age in the same attire.

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Soma, your home is created with so much love, asthetics and surrounded by meaningful things. I love how well organized, clutter free it looks. Soma also blogs at eCurry , do not forget to check it out for some amazing recipes and food photography.

All images provided by Soma Rathore.
If you would like to share pics of your home or garden to feature on CDL, pl write me at nayana.cdl@gmail.com

12 comments:

  1. Really appreciate. Thank you so very much Nayana!

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  2. What a lovely home! especially loved that antique door.
    Enjoyed this post Nayana!

    ~deepa

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  3. Awesome! Your home reflects the warmth, love and sunshine in your lives Soma and Arjun!

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  4. What an amazing home. Truly my kind of decor. I loved warm hues and wooden wall accents.

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  5. beautiful home is all i can say !!!!

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  6. Sweet home Soma, loved that DIY door and your buddha collections! Thank you Nayana for sharing it with us!

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  7. Lovely home. I love the antique door that they built. A nice collection of accessories.

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  8. Lovely home Soma. I have always loved your corners that exude so much warmth and of course, your green fingers too :) Thanks for the home tour Nayana :)

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  9. A beautiful and lovely home indeed. Loved the buddha's and the decor is so clean.

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  10. A lovely home!! Love the deer and the buddha. :)

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  11. Absolutely gorgeous home Soma, the dark wood and cream walls are so regal! thanks Nayana for a showing us yet another beautiful home!

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