Textured, dark and oh so delicious.
Aradhana Anand curated her space with a lot of patience and care, as is evident. She played with a mix of textured and colours – a very bold move but completely worth the risk.
Earthy, vernacular charm.
Another devotedly curated home, Meeta and her husband, Amit, chose to build a completely vernacular home, complete with traditional tiled roofing that keeps the house cool even on the hottest summer days. The tiles on the bedroom floor are hand made by one of the few remaining artisan families in Tamil Nadu.
Patterns, glorious patterns!
From the stairwell to the bathroom, Nalini Malhotra ensured that every inch of her home feels like a palace. This is the kind of home we would love to spend a weekend in, pretending to be royalty.
Forgive the pun, we had to. Shernavaz Interiors designed these two vastly different puja rooms for two different homes. One is traditional and very much resembles the subtle, intricate elegance of the Taj Mahal. The other is a more contemporary grid-based designed. Just goes to show that you can take ethnic design to any modern set of principles and make it work beautifully.
We particularly love the woodwork in this home, designed by Sthapati Kalp. The hand-carved detail, ceiling beams and rocking chair take us right back to our ancestral home. It’s not so much the aesthetic, but the feeling this space invokes. It’s the feeling of warmth – something that’s inherently Indian.
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