Sanjyt Syngh, Bespoke art, Artwork, Interior designers, Interior design

A life on canvas – bespoke series by Sanjyt Syngh

Sanjyt Syngh introduces a new series of exclusive artworks to spruce up your walls

Delhi-based interior designer and interior stylist Sanjyt Syngh, known for his bold and creative ideas, has unveiled a collection of exclusive artworks that are all set to add a unique sense of aesthetics and quirkiness to your environment.



As we spend an extended amount of time at our homes now, we are taking a keen interest in what’s around us, perhaps even staring at the walls some times. But imagine when you stare blankly at the walls, the artwork hanging there brings a smile on your face! That’s the impact art has in our lives.

“What is a space without art? Not only does art bring life to a room, but it also adds colour and inspiration,” says Syngh as he launches a new collection of artworks that are sure to stand out for the fun element they bring to the space. 

True to his style, the artworks come with an element of the unusual. “Our aesthetic is to take risks. We love mixing eras. We love adding quirk. We basically create our own identity in most of the art we use,” says the designer. That is what makes them signature Syngh.
So the designer adds his own touch to reinvent the art for this collection. One look at the artworks, and you will understand what we are talking about. “They are delicate, yet have strength. We bring a sense of new by infusing a youthful spirit. Our art is story-telling. Not only does it harmonise with its surroundings, but it also builds a confident living environment. To us, art is an absolute necessity,” he adds.

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