Farm house in Delhi
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3. Go green This year, tip your hat to the environment by making eco-friendly choices. Reclaimed wood can give your aesthetic a warm, earthy and rustic vibe while doing wonders for the environment. See how this home gains a raw and unfussy edge, thanks to a rough-finished restored wood table and chairs.Take a tour of this luxurious eco-friendly farmhouse here
8. Designed by: Monica Khanna DesignsLocation: New Delhi, IndiaThis space in the home designed by Monica Khanna Designs uses brick on the ceiling that frames the dining area. The earthy setup is accentuated by bespoke jute lights, traditional accessories and furniture that come together to bring attention to the hand-cut, irregular, wooden dining table.
Khanna describes her style as elegant and timeless. She explains, “I don’t believe in designs that are trendy. Trends come and go but timeless designs and materials are everlasting. Hence, using sustainable materials is a great way to contribute to the environment.”Continuing with the earthy theme, the dining is framed by an exposed brick ceiling and an antique fan with complimenting brass switches. Old pieces of Indian stone have been used for panels in this area. The look is firmed with traditional wooden chairs paired with a rough-finished table that was conceptualised by the designer on site.