Embracing opulent inticate styles and bold exotic colors and more pattern upon pattern, maximalist design is abundantly interesting and amazingly overwhelming. Fabulous and the most dazzling interiors that follow the “more is more” approach are styled such that there is never enough to look at.
A flair for extravagance that show in lavishly gilded, color- and pattern-rich furniture and textiles, richly embroidered tapestries, gold trimmed curtains, heavily carved entrances, maximalist interiors are an artist's dream.
A little too much is never just enough for me! Opulent, lavish, maximalist rooms, with one-of-a-kind artifacts, embracing color and traditions boldly, Indian architecture and doors are just the right element for such interiors. Eclectic aesthetic interiors blending several styles and periods seamlessly, mixing old, new and everything in between. Indian Furniture and textiles are extravagant in color and design and go well with maximumist design.
Richly patinaed cabinets, exotically carved sideboards with animals and flowers and old kutch tapestries on earthy red and green walls found in bright spurts through the home. Gilded Indian figures of Maharajas riding elephants, Ganeshas and carved wall sculptures get worn on textured walls with subtle lighting. Pulling off wild excesses of color, taking them to a place that is beautiful, to create something unique and personal is a flair that goes well with Indian Furniture.
Comfort and style go hand in hand with old woods exuding vibrant energies that ground you and textiles layered on with prints and designs of the old Mogul era. Lots of pillows, valances on windows, sheers and solid curtains mingled with each other, pashminas that are so soft and beautiful filling the bedroom with an extravagant air. A back drop of an 18c old door with brass and iron ornamentation leads to a secret passage guiding you to your sacred space.
Elaborate designs with bohemian prints the bedding and tapestries burst into a festival of color and richness, maximalist design is very passionate and vibrant
Maximalist design rejoices in exotic color combinations, the more outrageous the better. Reds, blues and golds, bold, bright, and saturated hues, clashing color palettes create interest and bring in passion.
Every inch of the room is filled with colors and textiles, artifacts, books and nicknacks, the more the better. Creating a fully integrated piece of design, the skill is in the flow of energy, the house is a living breathing haven for our soul so it rejoices in color and texture. Lavish flower arrangements and flowing fabrics, stencilled walls, a Shiva water fountain with crystals brings in nature's energy.
Peace and calmness in extravagant elegant interiors, Om Shanti !!