If you’re looking at living life king size, take a few tips from the interiors of Nivah, Moradabad
The interiors of Nivah, a boutique heritage property in Moradabad, are a treasure trove of ideas for those of us who love maximal, luxurious decor. Patterns, colours and texture are brought together in each room, tempered with symmetry.
Use your walls as massive canvases to bring in patterns and colours with wallpapers featuring floral and curlicue motifs, geometric designs and bird figures. Since walls are a focal point, this should be your starting point for the rest of your colour scheme.
We love how in some rooms red has been used on the door arches and ceiling panels in contrast to black and silver furniture. In other spaces, softer shades of the wallpaper’s colours have been balanced with white, grey and deep blue furniture and furnishings.
Gilded highlights, reflective details and mirrored surfaces like picture frames and centre tables add more drama. An antique, glass or crystal chandelier dropping low in the centre of the room and a carved wooden console topped with a statement mirror are other ways to elevate your living room.
This room features a few rich accents like the luxurious bed runner and statement mirror. Gold highlights like picture frames, light fixtures and wardrobe door handles induce luxe in any bedroom.
This space screams maximal with contrasting red and green walls paired with black and silver furniture. Framed mirrors, carved railings, geometric marble flooring and gilded details create an intriguing mix.
This blue room features a heavy chandelier reflected in the mirrored tables, deep blue sofas arranged symmetrically on rich carpets and ornate picture frames in gold.
Ceilings and walls are used to add oodles of colour and pattern in every room. Contrasting the beige and gold is the ornate, plush maroon carpet.
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