Spirituality through design shines through vividly in this Jammu home by The Vrindavan Project

MAR 24, 2022 | By Rhea Sinha
Beckbagan Cane Chairs by Calcuttan add a whiff of warmth to the front porch characterising a sense of coolness crafted by Terracotta Pot Roof Filler Slabs; Photographs by Shamanth Patil J
Overlooking the lotus pond, countless colossal windows let in an abundance of natural light and ventilation throughout the home; Photographs by Shamanth Patil J
Cane chairs by Calcuttan compose a traditional leisure setting against recycled wooden columns in the veranda; Photographs by Shamanth Patil J
Madrid Sofa sets in a English chestnut finish upholstered in Gir Cobalt Cotton by Gulmohar Lane sketch a snug seating space in the living area; Photographs by Shamanth Patil J
Knit throw blankets from Pluchi fashion a cosy finish in all bedrooms,set of handmade Terracotta pitchers and glasses by Claymango; Photographs by Shamanth Patil J
Decor accessories including woven baskets by Gulmohar Lane and, knitted blanket throws by Pluchi furnish each bedroom with a distinct design; Photographs by Shamanth Patil J
Featuring in-built wooden cabinetry and closets, all bedrooms in the Jammu home offer ample amounts for storage for their inhabitants; Photographs by Shamanth Patil J
Cochin Rattan bar chairs by Gulmohar Lane composed in solid hardwood and handcrafted cane Rattan craft an artistic juxtaposition of classic and contemporary aesthetics in the kitchen; Photographs by Shamanth Patil J
A grand rosewood dining table and complementing low-back Windsor chairs from Solid Bench device a rustic design story in the formal dining room; Photographs by Shamanth Patil J
Snug soft furnishings from Jaipur Rugs and Pluchi exude an easeful and cushy aura in the family game room; Photographs by Shamanth Patil J
Dining accessories from the Kadir collection by Fabindia and Claymango complement the traditional tone of the formal dining room; Photographs by Shamanth Patil J
The remarkable residence by The Vrindavan Project embodies a material melange of Brick, Stone, Terracotta and more; Photographs by Shamanth Patil J

Unravelling a significant sense of spirituality in simple and serene style is this Jammu home by principal designers Ranjeet and Shreenu Mukherjee of The Vrindavan Project.

Sprawled over a sizable 10,000 sq ft space the shared residence displays a delightful demeanour with its design in a bountiful blueprint of eight bedrooms. 

Embodying a material melange of brick, stone, terracotta, teak, and more, the ‘Entheogenic’ manor models as a contemporary classic co-op for a thoughtful joint family of ten and their shift from city to the suburbs. 

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Spindle back bench from Solid Bench styles the front porch constructed with Terracotta Pot Roof Filler Slabs; Photographs by Shamanth Patil J

Through a manifold of windows and openings, the modern manor lets in a myriad of natural light, fabricating a bright and buoyant atmosphere within the abode. Flaunting an open floor plan, the traditional mansion connects multiple sections of the home to both one another as well as the external garden stretch of the plot. 

Cladded in a choice combination of brick and stone masonry, the residence’s exteriors reflect a rustic semblance.Load-bearing columns crafted in recycled wood, construct the substantial structure. 

Sylvan seating and benches maintain a monotonous wooden moodboard in the project’s furniture palette; Photographs by Shamanth Patil J

Welcoming the onlooker into the dwelling with an impact of drama is a grand glass see-through door. Wooden furnishings and interiors unfurl whiffs of warmth within the snug space. A contrasting colour palette of bright orange and a bold blue bedeck the living room’s lounge set, while simple sylvan side tables and neutral accessory pieces balance the look in the area.

Past the living room, wrapped in a wooden medley is the dining area. A whopping wooden table seating ten highlights as the focal point of the formal dinette. 

Neutral dining decor accessories from Fabindia’s Kadir collection and Abrash flat weave carpeting from Jaipur Rugs balance the vivid shades of Gulmohar Lane sofa set in the living area; Photographs by Shamanth Patil J

Maintaining the room’s rustic mood akin to the rest of the space’s design are complimenting chairs and a contemporary chandelier set. Offering an ample amount of storage space is built in cabinetry a section of which also doubles as a prep counter on one side of the room. 

Cane Cochin Rattan Floor Lamps from Gulmohar Lane furnish the living room, Madrid Sofa also from Gulmohar Lane; Photographs by Shamanth Patil J

Right off the dining area, a thoughtful wash space with dual sinks and bright blue tile makes for a convenient through and through dining experience in the rather large home. 

The dining area opens up into a bright and bustling commodious kitchen. Complete with a yellow brick-like backsplash and wooden cabinetry, the cookery is a charming amalgam of contemporary and classic elements. 

Cochin Rattan Bar chairs by Gulmohar Lane makes for a comfortable seating space by the kitchen Island counter, decor from Claymango and Fabindia; Photographs by Shamanth Patil J

A striking white two levelled island with bar stool seating in the centre of the space is a contrast to black marble kitchen countertops, the well ventilated features windows opening up to both the exterior as well as the interior sections of the home. 

Cane manifests as a prominent material in the home’s moodboard, table accessories from Fabindia; Photographs by Shamanth Patil J

Leading to the peaceful pooja room at the other end of the structure, decked with doting photography and pleasant plant life are the hallways evincing a homey atmosphere.Built in materials of white marble and wooden benches, the pooja room finds perfect balance between senses of cool and warmth in its environs. 

A wide stairwell leads to the snug second floor complete with remaining bedrooms, a cosy family game room and a consolatory gym room. Open terraces on both sides serve as the perfect spot for tea or as leisure nooks offering revitalising views and a breath of fresh air. 

A Solar table and set of chairs seating four by Sadaya Guild model a relaxing milieu on the first floor terrace, Terracotta utensils by Claymango; Photographs by Shamanth Patil J


Complete with a lotus pond water body, the Jammu home is as aesthetic as it is fit and functional for a large family for ten; Photographs by Shamanth Patil J

Each bedroom flaunts distinct features catering to the personal preferences and personalities of its inhabitants. A plenitude of conversational spaces have been incorporated all over the home’s blueprint to encourage connection and communication within the large family. 

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