The Doorway

13Jul
13Jul

The concept of workspaces has changed vastly over the years, its definitions changing as per professions, people and places. From shared studios to home offices to corporate buildings, the creation of this space revolves around increasing productivity in a comfortable environment.

05Jun
05Jun

Summer Refresh Indian summers are all about escaping the heat and present a wonderful opportunity to entertain at home. Summer is also the season to embrace cool and calm ambiences, replacing the warm and deep tones of winter with minimalist, simple and serene home styles.

24Feb
24Feb

Charm your love in style: Gifting ideas by CellarDoor If your relationship isn’t like everybody else’s, why should your gifts be? She is special to you, with her little quirks and he is unlike the all men you know. Your love is a celebration and it calls for an exceptional gesture of romance. Roses and chocolates are a cliché and you two are anything but boring. We at CellarDoor understand the desire to break the mould.

06Feb
06Feb

A fine wine red with a lot of warmth and depth, the Pantone colour of the year 2015 is Marsala. Like its namesake - a wine, a dash of this colour can add a flavour of sophistication to otherwise simple interiors. This beautiful and complex hue, reminiscent of the luxurious opulence of castles is still soft enough to be modern. The colour has taken over not only the interior design trends but also the fashion world.

19Nov
19Nov

"Most English-speaking people ... will admit that cellardoor is 'beautiful', especially if dissociated from its sense (and from its spelling). More beautiful than, say, sky, and far more beautiful than beautiful." J.R.R Tolkien 

In Phonaesthetics, the English compound noun – ‘Cellardoor’ has been cited variously as an example of a word or phrase that is beautiful purely in terms of sound. It’s rhythmic and poetic quality has drawn many a scholars and writers to include it in their literary work. Stalwarts like Poe, JRR Tolkein and Dorothy Parker have been known to speak of and use the word’s sonorous and symphonic symbolism in literature. Doors, in works of fiction have always implied the entrance to a magical realm, whether to Narnia or Tolkein’s celebrated worlds in Lord of The Rings.

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