Candolim Song, Goa

 

If mix and match makes your heart sing, then the interiors of Candolim Song are just what you need

There isn’t one clear pattern that emerges in the interiors of this restored 100-year-old Portuguese villa and perhaps that’s what gives it the homely feeling. It’s all about going by ear and piling together mix and match furniture – and the best part is that all of it doesn’t have to follow a clear-cut aesthetic or colour scheme.

We love that the stone interiors are softened with the deft use of wood. Comfortable, plush seating options dot passageways like pitstops, the common area and even the bedrooms.

To break the monotony of white, even in your own apartment, you can try pairing it with furniture in bright upholstery, occasionally punctuating the landscape with antique, or even oxidized brass pieces.

 

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