When I heard about the Tanishq ‘As Beautiful As Her Work’ contest, I knew I had to write about Simran Dhaliwal.
From a busy professional, to a mom caring for her little one, Simran has done it all.
Regardless of her role, she lives in the moment and loves what she does. And it shows in the gleam in her eyes, her radiant smile, in her home, in everything she does! Charming and cheerful, she brings a smile to everyone’s face. Her interests and projects are varied – home decor, craft, food, fashion, photography, travel … all things bright and beautiful! Always learning, loving and living!
She brings in elegance in everything she does. The lovely lady brings in colour and cheer…
Into her home, made warm and welcoming with these inviting cushions and eye-catching curios. The perfect mix of colour and contrast, her home is a visual treat.
Into the lives of loved ones, be it an anniversary, V-day or a birthday.
Transforming an old faded sofa at her parents’ home into something rich and regal.
She makes life beautiful for friends too.
She brings eye-candy into the hearts and homes of blog buddies too. Simran’s hugely popular blog features tips on home decor, virtual tours of stores, craft tutorials and other such glorious things.
Letting the light in! On Diwali…
Or any ordinary day, to fight the blues away!
Putting together the perfect reading nook for mom and son – both book-lovers!
Making the mundane bright and beautiful – not everyone’s cup of tea!
Need to feel refreshed and rejuvenated? Simran does it with flowers and colours.
Working with her imagination and her hands to create things of beauty …
And her love for pretty things!
If you think those trinkets are lovely, wait till you see the gorgeous lady herself! Beautiful inside and out, Simran is now working on getting fitter with her latest project – training for her first 10K run!
Before I sign off…
Arundhati Venkatesh is a children's writer. Her books have won several awards, including the
The Adishakti Who Heralds Maa Durga [#ShortStory]
20 Beautiful Photos Present The Lives Of Indian Women Outdoors
Wasn’t I ‘Too Dark’ For You Then? Now Your Wife Is ‘Too Boring’ For You?
An Old Affair But A New Beginning
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