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Beyond Designs unveils artful living rooms

The designs illustrate how modern interiors can be made richer and warmer by showcasing our unparalleled heritage of art and antiques

Renowned for their bespoke furniture and accessories, and luxurious and elaborately designed interiors, Beyond Designs has unveiled two living rooms that celebrate the rich art and crafts heritage of our country in contemporary settings.

Well-known for their masterful medley of art and crafts from around the world in the exquisitely crafted spaces they create, Beyond Designs yet again illustrates how modern interiors can be made richer and warmer by showcasing our unparalleled heritage of art and antiques. Even though the two living rooms stem from their penchant for layered and complex design, they are distinctly different, indicating that there is no end to the many ways in which you can imagine them.



Two grand Pichwai paintings form a vibrant backdrop to a warm living room. A modern sofa in blue velvet upholstery, another with golden finish in a classical style on the opposite side, the round side table with blue and white lapiz, hint at the artful mix of styles. The flamingo artwork adds a modern touch. The intricate metal and crystal chandelier enhances the grandness of the atrium.


Authentic antique pieces sourced from Rajasthan are given a modern uplift by mounting them on a sleek iron frame to form an unusual backdrop to a contemporary living room. Part of Beyond Designs’ latest collection, Wild Rose, the living room stands out with a magnificent coffee table where black marble is inlayed into white with an overlay of 4-mm thin brass wire that lends a luxe touch. The teak wood base features three legs each with brass shoes at the four corners. A modern sofa is paired with another in classical style with paisley upholstery and rivets. While the table lamps use an age-old material like beaten brass, they are fashioned into a very contemporary design. The wooden Panchamukhi horse sculpture adds a touch of traditional interest.

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