Tarun Tahiliani is one such designer whose creations will make you go WOW. There is a brilliant intricacy, class, and subtlety found in his designs which prove that his creative genius is one of a kind.
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Hence, if his outfits are such, imagine that a beauty his home will be! And thanks to Architectural Digest, we now have a glimpse of his Delhi home – a 7,000-square-foot, five-bedroom house built on a curve in the mid-1990s.
Have a look:
His living room is a mix of neutrals with a pop of yellow here and there and has several antique elements. It has bookshelves, paintings, and lamps – an ideal place for any bookworm whose idea of a perfect weekend is reading books on end with a side of hot coffee.
From vintage mirrors to table decor items, a gigantic brass flower vase to carved rosewood chairs, this living room will have any guest in awe.
What is fascinating is that on the living room sofa’s armrest is draped Tarun Tahiliani mother’s wedding saree. A large antique pichhwai dons the wall behind and colourful rugs cover the floor.
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Ah, the dining room!
While the table is occupied by delicate crockery, the chairs are a reproduction of Iranian cafe chairs. The wooden ceiling above was saved from a Gujarati haveli.
This is the wide central corridor that has been transformed into a gallery filled with antique collectables – from artwork to figurines to Turkish rugs!
Such homes are what dreams are made of!
All pictures from an article by Architectural Digest.