Its quite easy to assume that traditional homes are easy to make. Colours, furniture and artefacts have made this house a marvellous curation. An imperative characteristic of the design and style has remained in the smaller details and not just the bigger picture.
This space involves a perfect balance of interior design and art direction. A sense for style, an aura of elegance combined with a luxurious approach make up this home. It has been proven here that any element can add an aesthetic appeal into the style.
A handmade artefact could hold itself in the same place as that of a designer piece. Even small flowers of vibrant colours can make an impact. Rich colour, texture, a collection of brass artifacts is the way towards this palatial design inheritance.
The dramatic architecture, the moorish stencils and the motif art makes this design exotic. A furniture turned from the imperfections of wood into a masterpiece is often a scenario that tends to become the most eye-catching element of the design.
In fact, Indian artists are noted for beautifully turning the imperfections of wood to give out a rustic appearance.
The balance is in the rich elegance along with warmth and stillness stippled into beauty. It is, at the end of the day, how we bend to utilise the resources that we are provided in justifiable amounts.