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The golden blanket of sunlight coming in from the balcony rested beautifully on this corner, serving as an accent to the living room. Posing elegantly during the day of the shoot was the custom-made console table made in teak veneer and grey statuario marble top. The same marble rests gracefully on a pure brass luxury side table and the center table of the area. The wall is adorned with classic victorian themed trims lending their symmetry and elegance to the space which can be enhanced by the teak tripod lampshade's proud and soothing light. The whole space is colored with earthy hues and textures complementing each other.

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The amalgamation of the finest teak wood and leather is always a classic hit. This elegant piece has been crafted for a master bedroom while maintaining the focus on the paneled headboard and letting the wall play a simple role in creamy white. Since nature and earthy hues were a big inspiration for this home, it was palleted in basics and neutrals.

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Teak is a timeless beauty. An antique in the making. This classic chest of drawers sits gorgeously with a pastel peach wall highlighting its glory. The bespoke piece has a natural matt finish lacquered polish that enhances the grains and brings out the shades beautifully. Along with the Victorian themed frames on the mirrors and pastel peach walls, the unit creates an accent corner in the bedroom while a floral printed drape compliments the color theme of the room.

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A wall of this length, was certainly a challenge to design! Add to that its location in the house which was at a crucial convergence point of a formal living room and dining area. It had to be timeless yet trendy. For this luxurious guest house in one of the city’s most prime locations, the fluted panels in a subtle teak shade struck that chord. Complementing the glamorous backdrop is a sideboard/crockery unit with additional storage in teak veneer along with a well accentuated PU paint in classic white! The brass handles with leaf motives add the required amount of drama to the simple unit! Posing in glorious fashion is an all time favorite round mirror ! Layer on layer works wonders!

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Behold a grand informal living room which was going to be used as an entertainment area for a luxurious guest house we worked on recently. The upholstered wall panels in a beautiful dust pink along with a self-colored embroidered fabric highlight the magnanimous wall. Pure brass strips add a geometric distinction and the fluted section adds that oomph factor to the wall. The television is clad on a glorious stone backing with a border of Burma teak laminate that’s also used on the floating storage unit. A coffee table with the same finish and a neutral blush beige area rug from Jaipur Rugs give more depth to the large area and complete the look of the space.

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Practicality and utility are the cornerstones of a good design. An instance of such designing can be seen in this guest bedroom which demanded optimum space utilization due to its maximum storage potential. Keeping the retention of the sheeaham wood bed in mind, it was graced with the simplicity of a dark wood colour tone. The head board accent in a soothing floral  wall paper rests welcomingly with a frame to define the space.

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This elegantly designed bedroom is engulfed with natural light due to the two glass walls adorned with automated, simple off-white sheers and gorgeous embroidered drapes. The dark walnut wood-shaded floor grounds you in contrast to the teal accentuated brightness of the well-lit space. The bed is crowned with a custom-made, cushioned, classic Chester headboard with a PU base and a teal shade, made in PU lacquer matches all the furniture in the room. Adding a luxurious look, the side tables have detailed rounded-off edges and matt-finish brass handles while the TV unit cabinet collars a traditional fabric as an accent, adding some fun to it. Two bespoke, velvet beige, accent chairs with teak legs sit in glorious fashion around a custom-made brass coffee table carrying a light gray with beige veins marble top. From the colors to the simple straight lines on the false ceiling, everything in the place speaks in symphony.

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A grand luxurious formal living room with a view of the Vidhan Soudha and Cubbon Park. This simple yet glowing area is decorated with all custom-made pieces that work wonderfully to bring out the beauty of the area. All colors used are earthy and welcoming. The space is well lit and thus the shades of gray and greens along with natural teak intermix playfully to enhance the fascinating space. Moroccan-designed plain cream sheers along with dark beige embroidered drapes add grandeur and hide the large balcony deck well when privacy is required. Like the side tables, the center table holds an elegant gray marble with beige and cream veins with a pure brass base. Acting as the center table’s stage, a dusk gray rug plays along with the neutral color theme, and attending the show are the chesterfield sofas in pure leather and in a combination of beautiful pale sage green and accents of the forest. The walls are adorned with trim frames and artwork to go match the theme of the room.

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A grand deck balcony proudly over looking the UB city tower and the Bangalore skyline, definitely makes a great place to entertain. Set to serve the area is a custom bar unit and island table made in teak veneer and exotic white PU paint. Backed with a mirror, the glass shelves bring out some grandeur to the unit, lending it's vibes to the space. Rectangle pop outs at different levels on the island table appropriately elevate drama in the design. The furniture is pure teak and gorgeous gray upholstery. Plant babies added in beautiful concrete pots add the much needed green element to the space, a sprinkle of nature. All this and the wooden floor makes the whole area a pedestal of comfort and recreation.

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