Sabya has worked with the Asian Paints for three years and definitely knows how to get the perfect layers on the walls. Right now, I’ve become tired of gaunt faces and stick-thin models.
Filled with unique and antique pieces and decorated mostly by the designer himself, Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s new residence is clearly a place everybody will wish to visit. I’m obsessed by boobs!’ well now that’s going to stir some controversies for Sabya for sure. The moment you will enter your eyes will lay on artful collection of Dutch pottery that surrounds a giant — eight-foot-tall at least — Chinese vase from the Schiraaz M Tanksalwalla antique store in Calcutta, after which you can notice the grand sweeping Burma Teak staircase with Afghan and Turkish runners on the stairs and pichhwai paintings on the walls. There are banana trees that are taller than the two-storey residence itself, thick-trunked palm and Kafir lime trees, and a pristine lawn for Sabya’s two cocker spaniels (who share the house with him).
Sabyasachi Mukherjee is one of the most noted Indian designers, and has gained popularity all around the world with his simple design philosophy, from hand-embroidered motifs to flawless lehengas, it seems, Sabyasachi Mukherjee is one designer who can make sartorial dreams come true. Mukherjee’s living room features a set of chesterfields custom-made by Sonal Dhingra, the architect who was commissioned by Sabyasachi Mukherjee, with leather sourced from the Sabyasachi accessory department. Masterpiece and PAD all put together, walking in this entrance lobby will give you the feeling of walking in a room full of highlights from TEFAF. It’s so dense that it won’t allow you even to see the deep Calcutta red of the house behind it. The plantation sofa set is also from The Raj Company, upholstered in a range of fabrics—Bangladeshi nakshi kantha, Varanasi brocade and 18th-century textiles and linens from Guinevere Antiques, also on King’s Road. By now, you'd probably agree that every room in Sabyasachi Mukherjee's residence has been meticulously thought out. ‘Though I am a minimalist at heart, my outward physical manifestation is that of a maximalist. ‘Being an antique and textile enthusiast, I wanted a cramped living room. What makes the interiors of his Kolkata mansion even more unique is the fact that every corner of the house features interesting textiles in one form or another, and art pieces that one can assume have been collected over many years of travelling the globe. A Portuguese mirror, is from The Raj Company (Mumbai), is the focal point for one wall in this space. Ltd. | All Rights Reserved. The breakfast room features a crockery cabinet, an heirloom, stocked with pieces that he himself picked up on trips around the world. ‘It’s my Instagram studio!’ says the Instagram addicted designer who works with his head of social media and art directors who works for the @sabyasachiofficial Instagram handle very seriously, with Instagram grids planned months ahead of their debut on the platform along with Sabya dictating detailed captions, image crops of the new campaign etc. 4.6m Followers, 73 Following, 5,964 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Sabyasachi (@sabyasachiofficial)
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