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Inside this vast, ornamented living room are artefacts sourced from around the country as well as those collected by the homeowners over time. The home stands out for its eclectic vibe, brought about by the combination of traditional Indian furniture and design elements with a modern layout. A charpai (a low, wood-frame bench with a seat of woven rope, usually found in homes in rural villages), the Gond painting (Indian tribal art), an intricately carved wooden screen framing a mirror on the wall reminiscent of Rajasthani jharokhas (enclosed balconies, windows in ancient forts) and colourful locally sourced jute rugs are just a few of the many examples of the age-old vernacular elements that have been given a contemporary lift. A very traditional jhoola (a swing; a staple in many Indian homes, installed especially in courtyards and gardens) has been placed almost right in the middle of the space and immediately draws one’s attention. “This two-seater swing was created from a plank of wood and hung from teal-blue ropes,” Gupta says.
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To get inspired by Bollywood, why not take a cue from a real-life filmstar’s home too? This eclectic home belongs to Irrfan Khan. The village-style ambience, a combination of traditional Indian furniture and design elements within a modern layout, adds a dream-like quality to this space. Read more: Houzz Tour: This Actor’s Getaway is Anything But Conventional10 Ways to Bring Luxury Into Your HomeTell us: Have you also incorporated Bollywood or Hollywood ideas into your home? Tell us how in Comments below.