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Even the sprawling passageway on the first floor that connects the most-used areas of the house is no less spectacular, dressed as it is in black-and-white patterned marble floors, baroque banisters and a large but delicate chandelier.Browse through more images of the house
1. Glam it upIf sprawling passageways thread your mansion, then glam it up – after all, they are one the most-used areas of the house. It can be with decorative balustrades, crystal chandeliers or even eyecatching, glistening floors. Take a cue from this image that embraces grandeur unabashedly.
2. Leading the eyeI - Design Studios uses geometric inlay work in Italian marble on the floor to complement the Colonial decor style. Laid like a runner, this floor inlay design sports big patterns in the sumptuous passageways and corridors of this Lucknow home.
The first floor contains a sprawling passageway that connects the most-used areas of the house. It leads to a double-height lounge, two bedrooms, a guest room and a prayer room.