Farm house in Delhi

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2. The wooden ceiling with exposed beams steals the show in this spacious and sophisticated living room in a farmhouse designed by Monica Khanna. The ceiling has been well balanced with the use of an ornate wooden fan and woody pendant lights. Also, by laying out a wooden flooring, the architect has ensured that the warmth from the top flows down to the entire room. The subtly coloured upholstery, teamed with the view of the outdoors and the wooden ceiling, gives an earthy dimension to the room – it doesn’t need to be over-accessorised because of that.

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1. Rustic opulence Location: National Capital Region, DelhiDesigner: Monica Khanna Designs Part of an outhouse, this informal sitting area was designed for entertaining. Monica Khanna has done away with the conventional block-like format and spread the structure over the three-acre site. Large windows and skylights visually connect the exteriors to the interiors. They have been positioned for the best views of the lush green landscape. For instance, this glass-walled space is set in the midst of a pool, a lily pond and a large Buddha water body and garden. The hardwood floor and antique ceiling fans and lights add to the rustic vibe. See more of this house

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This is the only space where Khanna brings in some colour through use of upholstered chairs and other soft furnishings in red. “We kept the interiors quiet and elegant, so the focus would go to the outdoors,” she says. “There was no need for accessories. Instead, we instead tried to highlight the interior structural details including windows, wooden flooring, lighting, ceiling and wall finishes.”

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