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An arresting tapestry of soft colours one side, and bold colours on the other — coupled with the use of no-compromise materials like veneer — make this luxurious home, a spellbinding ode to all things contemporary. Boasting of stylish furniture, breathtaking wall texture designs, and splendid lighting, everything about this home is extravagantly chic. Mixed with earthy tones of white and blue, and interspersed with large windows that are framed with ethereal blue curtains, the living room is a resplendent sight for sore eyes. The jali unit that separates the living room from the dining area, the Pooja unit with the onyx glass backdrop, the marble finish texture paint, and the natural stone cladded walls, all add oodles of opulence, making this a home designed for pure, unadulterated luxury.
Living room

Living room

Living room

Living room

Dining area
Dining area

Dining area

Dining area

Kitchen

Kitchen

Kitchen

Bed room

Bed room

Bed room

Kids room

Kids room

Bed room

Bed room

Study room

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