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This product is a part of the Expressions Collection from HouseThis. When you embrace your passion, you’re ready to
express and share stories that are personal to you in a hundred different ways. In this collection, we uncover forgotten
wonders and stunning inspirations from around the world and design them for you with a unique twist.

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A remarkable Frida Kahlo created brilliant art even while being immobilized due to a tragic accident that often left her alone in her room. Kahlo famously said, "I paint myself because I am so often alone and because I am the subject I know best”. Today, her self-portraits are known world over.

Frida led a life of zest while defying physical challenges. What holds you back from living as your colorful self

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Isn’t it extraordinary how great artists are able to convey intimate and strong emotions simply through a few colored brush strokes? Munch’s iconic painting Scream undoubtedly achieves this feat.

The original title given to the painting was “The Scream of Nature”. Munch was inspired by a walk on a bridge where he noticed the sky turn red at sunset. In his own words, Munch described, “I painted this picture, painted the clouds as actual blood. The color shrieked. This became The Scream.”

So, escape from the humdrum and simplify your life! Munch would surely agree

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valley of flowers

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The Valley of flowers is a hidden Himalayan wonderland. An National Park and a UNESCO world heritage site, the Valley of Flowers is located in the state of Uttarakhand, India. Hikers and botanists know it for its meadows full of alpine flowers and rich bio diversity. Travelers often describe the valley as a “riot of colors” and full of mesmerizing beauty experienced once in a lifetime.

The Valley is accessible only between June to October. So plan your trip in time to experience its stunning wonder!

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jhorokha

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There’s a certain nostalgia and romance in what is left behind. A big part of the 19th century Indian aesthetic, the Jharokha is an enclosed balcony projecting from the face of a building. The Jharokha was used for adding architectural beauty to the building and also functioned as a viewing platform. A number of havelis, temples and palaces were decorated with this beautiful style.

The iconic HawaMahal in Jaipur is a great symbol of this architectural style. On your next visit to Jaipur, do look out for its 953 Jharokhas!

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Your home is your personal canvas and the way you decorate it defines who you are as a person. House This believes that your homes are an extension of your personality and a canvas for you to express yourself. Our products are all about making you re-discover your childhood, a long- forgotten memory, or finding something new about yourselves. When you buy a House This product you do not take home a curtain, a cushion or a bed sheet but a piece of yourself expressed through art, a story or a moment that you have experienced.
 
We’re here to create a canvas for the beautiful world out there that we seem to have forgotten in the complexities of daily life. Each theme is vibrant and designed to stimulate your senses and take your imagination on a journey to discover forgotten wonders. We encourage you to take home not just a beautiful motif on a sheet but a small, unnoticed part of this wonderful world we live in.

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