A Spanish country style dining room adorned with old world elements, from the old rustic corbels to the tribal paintings on the walls. Multi-toned ethnic fabrics on the dining room chairs and an antique arch bookcase add texture and color to the casual space. High-volume ceilings, scalloped arches, and brick walls are typical features of the Spanish style. The brightly tiled bathroom is filled with top-to-bottom Spanish-inspired design. The ceiling features wooden support beams, enhanced with rustic textures of old woods. The carved corbels, derived from the ancient Indian Havelis, blend into the decoration adding an eclectic element. The colorful blue washed console tiles with old iron railings draw attention to the center of the room.
These elements, combined with the vibrant and colorful patchwork tapestries, make the space a cozy nook where your inspiration will passionately relate to the ancient traditions of the past world. The worn rope chair in the corner is covered with a hand-woven cotton blanket in a traditional style. The impressions have specific meanings and are in sync with your chakras. The old door nightstand is covered with sari cloth and covered with an ancient iron jug and silver artifacts from India. The worn hope chests at the foot of the bed add a rustic look. The Calcutta-style arched headboard resembles the door arches seen in Spanish architecture mixed with whimsical Mexican-style patinas.
The long corbelled bench was traditionally a place on a veranda where the family sat in the evenings and had chai. The combination of fantasy and old world tradition make the interiors unique and set the mood for the rest of the home. Natural elements like the “damchia” kitchen island and arches add a country look, while solid drapes rejuvenate the space. The oversized aged mirror makes the kitchen feel larger and more spacious. This Spanish-inspired great room features an antique, hand-carved haveli door fireplace, adding magnificent elegance to the room. Wrought iron accents with jali cabinets and jharokha windows on the balcony add an eclectic southwestern country feel.
Decorate with old world artifacts and lush ornate fabrics, combining opulence with tradition, warm and meaningful interiors that share your passion for the worlds. Antique doors handcrafted by artisans who took so much pride and patience in carving every detail, the joy of decorating with old world treasures is immense. Arches that have seen family gatherings for generations adorn the patios, handcrafted in teak, columns and pillars that speak of the character and strength of the family, antiques have a special place in interior decoration.