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20 Nov, 2021

Making Your Rental Feel Like Home

Redecorating your rented apartment or house can help make your space feel personalized and comfortable, as well as versatile. In particular, with many individuals working from home, delineating workspace is critical to ensuring productivity and limiting distractions. The Artisen can be your go-to resource when you’re looking for design inspirations and unique products that can convert a rental into a personalized living space.

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Best Blogs for Home Decor - The Ultimate List

06 Nov, 2021

Best Blogs for Home Decor - The Ultimate List

Most people wish to have their houses adorned with beautiful products and accessories. With Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and more social media platforms where we spend our days scrolling through the best blogs for home décor. But, we often don’t find specific categorizations that suit our requirements. For some, ‘boho’ is the go-to décor idea that they can think of. Whereas, for others, embellishing their dwelling with handmade products from the talented Indian artisans is more valuable. Out there, there is a vast array of home décor ideas and categories. Below, you will find the list of best blogs for home décor that you probably have been relentlessly searching for.

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The Authenticity of Indian Block Print Cushion Covers

27 Oct, 2021

The Authenticity of Indian Block Print Cushion Covers

Modern decor and design have moved towards simplicity. The thought goes that the more we move towards a minimalistic look, our house feels more natural. But certainly, minimalistic doesn’t only mean plain blocks or generic solid colors. Indian block print cushion covers would seem anathema to this minimilistic look, even with the recent move towards interior design looks from the 70s. But what if we could go back even further. Let’s say ancient Egypt or Mesopotamia or more accurately Jaipur, Rajasthan. No, I won’t ask you to design your whole living space around an Indian-themed restaurant. What I’m about to tell you is a four-thousand-year-old art that for some reason flew past our radar until now. 

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Teak Wood Charcuterie Boards by The Artisen

11 Oct, 2021

What is on a Charcuterie Board? | The Artisen

What is on a charcuterie board? You must have been to a friend’s wedding reception and seen the server walking around with a flat, oddly-shaped piece of wood with a bunch of meats and cheeses on top. Have you ever been to, say, a company’s luncheon and witnessed your co-workers’ hesitation to choose a food item? And when the server finally approached you and set the flat piece of wood before your eyes, did you recognize every meat and bread on its surface?

You’ve probably never asked yourself “What is on a charcuterie board?” but that’s most likely because you’ve never had to think about it until it was in front of your face, filled with a colorful array of food. What is commonly known as a “cheese board” or “party platter” has been around since the 15th century, originating in France where butcher shops used every part of the meat to sell to buyers. Often seen in social gatherings and events, charcuterie boards (pronounced “shar-koo-tr-ee”), whose name means “pork butcher’s shop,” have become popular today because they offer a variety of delicacies that differ in taste, texture, and consistency.

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