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"THE OAK HOUSE" ,an 80 years old heritage house converted with the guise of post-modernism style, which delighted my soul by given up to the mark satisfaction to my client "Mr. Amit Goyal" a contractor living in Neemuch in their magnificent vintage home. Started with the client's requirements as they wanted a royal luxurious ambience all around with a tinge of modern comforts. I planned to create it with an Imperial color palette and patterns. Shades of deep greens, turquoise, antique gold and coral made it achieved the subtle and lush appearance whereas the vintage patterns created a very eminent feel to the area.The selection of this color palette was an idea to create a masterly balance in each an every corner with the blend of all five elements of nature. Gold is for fire and sky there whereas turquoise is for sky and water given a heavenly aura.While green signify balance, growth, wealth and freshness. To add a glorious charm of royalness coral played a very tremendous part.So bold white and turquoise massive pillars and golden arches highlights the inside elevation very firmly. The corridor walls in coral and gold with patterned ceiling and vintage fans gives a cozy warm feel from the entrance to the grand innermost classy lounge area. Enclosed with soft camel brown carpet the lounge is the utmost luxurious part of the house. With a very bold coved ceiling the lounge walls are decorated with vintage patterned olive wallpaper and so extravagant brass lamps with fire bird and floral curves.I decided not to put any chandelier to left a balance to the upper most and bottom most areas of the room.

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So importantly the furniture has it's own words to speak up their story of craftsmanship and their ornate classy elements. There are two attractions in the area "the twin vintage Center Tables" in the lounge and a huge and very antique one of a kind Devan Bed in the media room. Very modern and versatile deep green and ivory white sofas were very essential for comfort and enormous gatherings which very auspiciously serves seats for 12 to 15 members at a time. It's a very conspicuous room which has very calmly fallen out white curtains like a waterfall adorned with brass pelmets. Accessories like mirrors, paintings, lattice wall frames and vintage floor lamps added and enigmatic charm to the ambience. It's a home which achieved a luxe mood and excellent moderation with the use of finest materials, craftsmanship and skills. The transformation is very vibrant and a bespoke heritage to a very pleased client. HERAT
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