This suite is aptly named Chandra Prakash, which means Luster of the Moon. The crown jewel of a 250-year-old pleasure palace constructed by Maharana Jagat Singh II in 1746, this suite was later used as the court of Maharana Bhopal Singh in the 1930s. Gilt moldings, sinuously carved marble and intricate ceiling frescoes add to the suite's elaborate decoration.
Indian-inspired wallpaper lends bold personality and color to this elegant dining room. Green patterned curtains bring out the green in the wallpaper, playing up an exotic vibe that enlivens the otherwise traditional space.
The combination of different patterns and colors brings life into this spacious bedroom. An Indian-inspired mirror is the ideal backdrop for the guest room daybed, bringing extra light into the space. Design by CHAI Studio.
The homeowners are huge music fans, so naturally the dining room includes a black-and-white photograph of Led Zeppelin. Here, the piece hangs over a leather-covered trunk from Jaipur, India and so creates a carefully curated corner.
Scenes of India play out on the walls of this polished dining room, creating a story that lives within the space. A traditional wood dining set lends a sense of timelessness to the room, and an impressive chandelier dazzles overhead.
The colors, culture and furniture of India were brought into this traditional space to create an exotic heaven. Designer Marie Burgos balanced the bright colors with rich woods to spark the exotic feel of the space.