; Atelier Earth crafts Indore home with modernity and traditional cues

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Modern comforts meet indian traditions in Indore home crafted by Atelier Earth

AUG 29, 2022 | By Maheshwari Vickyraj
The living room is quenched in neutral colours with white French panels on the parallel walls with gold leafing in its aesthetic floral motifs along with rug by Jaipur Rugs; Photography by Ruuhchitra By Dhawal Bumb
The dining space features a round table with a green onyx dining top with centre pieces from Address Home, Belle Nest, elements, and AA Living. The walls exhibit wallpapers by Sabyasachi dubbed ‘de Gournay: Early Views of India’; photography by Ruuhchitra By Dhawal Bumb
Set out by a white panda marble panelled wall and a four-poster bed upholstered in Sabyasachi's "Shanti Niketan" pattern is the master bedroom; Photography by Ruuhchitra By Dhawal Bumb
The guest room features grooved veneer panelling and is complemented by the zebra checkered-patterned upholstery on bed headboards and armchair. A chic rounded chair by Atelier Earth sits with a monochrome rug from Jaipur Rugs; Photography by Ruuhchitra By Dhawal Bumb

Stripes of serendipity are visualised in this classic home that overlooks the quaint valleys of Ralamandal wildlife sanctuary in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, composed by founders Gourish Jaiswal and Shubha Suryavanshi of the architecture and interior studio Atelier Earth.

This three-bedroom home spanning  2350 sq. ft. area is a confluence between the au courant and authentic.

The centrepieces are by Address Home, Belle Nest, elements and AA Living, with backdrop texturing designed by Asian Paints; photography by Ruuhchitra By Dhawal Bumb

The Curious Brief

 The idea of having a cosmopolitan boutique abode that blends modern comforts and Indian culture was a thought shared by the couple who moved from Delhi to Indore to be closer to their daughter.

The round shape of the dining table breaks the rectangularity of the space with furnishings designed by The Pure Concept Home in collaboration with Nilaya by Asian Paints; photography by Ruuhchitra By Dhawal Bumb

A resolution to create a mirage that would reflect traditions yet keep up with the trends was contemplated in this abode, There is an aura of elegance that lingers through the artworks displayed on the walls, creating a synergy between new and old.

Tour every turn of the home… 

Sauntering through the vestibule, bathed in neutral tones is the greet room overlooking the Ralamandal wildlife sanctuary. The natural light filtering through the balcony’s sliding door enhances the room’s features, such as the white French panels spread over the parallel walls, which have a pinch of gold leafing in their floral motifs.

The dining space features a round table with a green onyx dining top and centre pieces from Address Home, Belle Nest, elements, and AA Living. The walls feature wallpapers by Sabyasachi called the “de Gournay: Early Views of India; Photography by Ruuhchitra By Dhawal Bumb

 

The living area features white French panels spread over the parallel walls with a pinch of gold leafing inlaid in floral motifs; Photography by Ruuhchitra By Dhawal Bumb

Treading into the transitional kitchen and dining area that coheres to the rest of the rooms counteracting the room’s strict rectangularity, a round table is strategically positioned in the middle. Additionally, a mural wallpaper titled ‘de Gournay: Early Views of India’ adorns the walls.

An archetypical Chandigarh chair occupies the corner with foliage and a planter from Ripples home; Photography by Ruuhchitra By Dhawal Bumb

 

Characterised by a four-poster bed with upholstery by Sabyasachi’s pattern ‘Shanti Niketan’, which precedes the panelled wall constructed of white panda marble; Photography by Ruuhchitra By Dhawal Bumb

Delving into the master bedroom, an upholstered four-poster bed with ‘Shanti Niketan’ pattern models motifs of golden leaves by ‘Sabyasachi,’ flanked against a massive white panda marble panelled wall with an archetypal Chandigarh chair placed in the corner, complementing the traditional style set for the home. 

The brass pendant light creates a drama with its luminous reflections, accentuating the blue headboard of the bed; Photography by Ruuhchitra By Dhawal Bumb

 

The round black mamba marble encrusted on the wall behind the bed balances the guest room’s linearity; Photography by Ruuhchitra By Dhawal Bumb

To the right, one can find the guest room, characterised by grooved veneer panelling and designed to give access to the semi-private zone. The dark veneer tone here is complemented with bright blue and pink, accentuated by palm and brass finish, making it an appealing visual story. 

Ideas to bookmark – colours and materials

The home is a synthesis of neoteric and Indian heritage, achieved through experimentation with diverse materials while keeping the spaces flooded in neutral shades and adhering to the brief to choose elegant interiors that have a touch of art.

The guest room features grooved veneer panelling complemented by the zebra checkered-patterned upholstery on both the bed headboards and armchair. A rounded chair by Atelier Earth is placed in the corner with a monochrome rug by Jaipur rugs; Photography by Ruuhchitra By Dhawal Bumb

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