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Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s second Kolkata Abode

Sharing the uniquely Indian and inspiring, designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s charming, non-clutter, functional home is a beautiful blend of all things Indian. The interior design of the flat reflects the taste of a person who loves old things. The house is dotted with old books that are a part of his family collection, perfume bottles, plants, and creepers. The house is dotted with beautifully crafted solid wood furniture and Canvases by a Bengali artist nurtured by The Sabyasachi Art Foundation.

Dining Room: Many objects with personal history especially the dining table since his time living in a paying guest accommodation are his prized possessions. The small dining room features art from the Sabyasachi Art Foundation. The dining table is made of wood, rattan, and glass from Kochi.

Terrace Garden: The seating area on the terrace has a writing desk that doubles up as a dining table, and is laid with crockery from Goodearth and Kalighat. One corner is loaded with objects, curios, and memorabilia in Mukherjee’s terrace garden.

Living Room: A corner of Mukherjee’s living room has antique textiles, eclectic art, and old rugs. A brass dog and a tin barrel lamp are quirky accents.

Bedroom: The minimal bedroom has a masculine look, with beaten-brass lamps, green-marble-topped side tables, and ajrakh bedlinen.

Kitchen: White porcelain, distressed wood cabinets, and ethnic tiles are perfect for the open kitchen.

The entryway has aubergine-coloured walls adorned with photographs depicting travellers in a three-tier sleeper train. A traditional lamp hangs from the ceiling.

The staircase leading to Mukherjee’s flat is made of granite, marble and plaster.


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