Easily adopt a royal look and feel into your home with some inspiration from the interiors of Mihir Garh, Jodhpur
The exteriors of Mihir Garh exude an old-world charm. The muted suites dotted with pops of colour and dark wood are an inspiration for all those who crave an understated royal touch.
You don’t really need large and grand furniture to add a royal touch to your home. The addition of a simple marble centre table instead of a regular wood or glass table can go miles. Use rugs to split spaces in a large room for living, dining and sitting for a plush feel.
Brightly embroidered throws or pillows can break the monotony of single toned rooms. You can make great use of colour by piling on embroidered pillows or draping a throw on the back of a sofa to add some colour to a monotonous room.
Dark wood furniture and intricate beam covers contrast the beautiful and rich hand-painted wall art. If you are planning on using dark wood in your own home, do so in measured doses with corner shelves or side boards.
he addition of a small rug to your bathroom can help you separate the wet and dry areas without creating a mess.
Extend the concept of a highlight wall to an entire corner. Adorn the brightly coloured panels with an intricate border to create a sleeping niche.
Trade in your wooden centre tables for a marble one to inject an instant wow factor to your living room.
Use wall niches for maximum impact to make a décor statement. Let each one reflect a part of a larger painting – sort of like a peek-a-boo. Light votives in each for a dramatic effect.
An embroidered throw on the back of a sofa can add a pop of colour and cosiness to your living room.
Unsightly pillar beams can be covered with intricate woodwork. Also, strategically placing embroidered throw pillows can add colour to your room.
The use of wooden jalis can filter in much needed light and fresh air, while keeping out pests. If you prefer fixed seating, give concrete sofas a try in your living room.
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