Indian fashion designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee's Kolkata home is the epitome of his eternal love for textile, fashion, and art.
By Rishabh Naudiyal
Walking through the doors of India's elite designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee's house in Kolkata, which is reportedly spread around 7,250-square-foot and is charming from all angles.
From Burma teak staircase to a wooden showcase filled with envy-worthy vases, the road to the living room is filled with some delicate pieces of pure art.
The flooring is done with the famous yellow and white Jaisalmer marble. The rugs in different parts of the mansion are from ABC Carpet And Home, New York.
Out of all the masterpieces in the entrance hall, the one thing that overshadows everything is the iconic hand-cut crystal chandelier from F And C Osler.
The living room exhibits a poetic vibe because of the muslin-shaded lamps and indoor plants. The water pipes around the area are creatively painted to make them look like the trunks of palm trees.
The living room features pleasing jade green walls, an alluring Portuguese mirror along with some Dutch pottery and ginger jars.
The kitchen walls are inspired by the tropical vegetation and are hand-painted by 43 artists. Even, the kitchen pipes are painted in the colours of flora to maintain that tropical essence.
A breakfast room-cum-conservatory is attached to the kitchen that features cream-coloured walls and a dark wooden cabinet. The table at the centre is reportedly from Pottery Barn.
The royal bedroom features a magnificent four-poster bed, Great Eastern Home's rattan trunk, a pichhwai, linen from Pottery Barn, and some hand-printed muslins.
The designer had given his personal garden a unique bohemian makeover with the help of some timeless and elegant cane furniture, Turkish rugs, and printed pillows.
The designer has transformed the serene garden into a magical venue for Sunday brunch and reportedly features 4,000 plants.