Sticking to one style seemed limiting, prompting Yogesh to bring in an interesting meld of mid-century meets modern meets traditional elements. With this, the house became organic and almost lived-in, which boded perfectly with the client’s needs. Another interesting juxtaposition lies in the textures and colours. We see wood merged with iron and brass, and neutral colours propped beside deep greens, blues and tans.
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