Sharing the Traditional style 8,000 square foot home situated in Thrissur has colonial décor interior. A narrow passage connects the complete wood house designed in a traditional style with a simple color palette predominantly in white and beige where furnishings, accessories, and artwork lend color. The charm of the house lies in wide pillared verandahs, tiled sloping roofs, and rich foliage.
Living room – The main living room is decorated with ornate moldings, cornices and Botticino floors, Fornasetti plates, a Grosvenor sofa and an old treasure chest. One corner room is highlighted with miniature paintings and Regency chairs in bold black and white.
The bedroom The three bedrooms on the first floor are furnished with ornate teak beds, valet stands, and gentlemens chests, William morris wallpapers and parquet floors.
Reading Room – A vintage chair, exclusively handcrafted furniture and wall hangings from Kashmir add a fresh subtle elegance to the reading room.
Central courtyard or naalukettu, located at the heart of the house is open to the sky and is built around an old well, is the perfect spot for an antique chest, plantation chair, and a Kerala Bharani. The driveway is paved with ‘krishnashila’ or black stone, mainly used in temples, etched in a parquet pattern.
Bar – The house also has a smart bar with chesterfield sofas and woven baskets. Statement entrance with mirrors and consoles. Classic Dining Room with a 12 seater dining table.