W 26 Barsati
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1. Firm: Shreya Krishnan DesignLocation: New DelhiA barsati in South Delhi succeeds admirably in channelling old-world courtyard vibes, with its open-to-sky centre space sandwiched between the living room and bedroom. Full-length glass accordion doors give the entire home a sense of space and seamlessness.Take a tour of this house
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While the door and window frames are made of teak, the door shutters are crafted from plywood and finished with a walnut veneer. The deep wood tones provide an earthy backdrop for the pocket of lush foliage juxtaposed against the wall. The flooring exudes an old-world feel, thanks to the heritage-patterned, hand-polished cement tile floor.
The neutral-toned tiles lead the eye to the two blue accent chairs and greenery in the patio, without overdoing the setup.