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"The brief was to create a space that was warm, full of light; with textures, muted colours and patterns," says Bhavsar. "We were clear about steering away from touch-me-not accents and easily dirtied furniture that would make guests feel uncomfortable," adds Aditya. 

Whites and pastels filled the blank spaces. "It channels a tranquil sanctuary," says Ajmera. Characterful tchotchkes and souvenirs from the couple's pre-wedding days dot the shelves and surfaces, providing a pop of colour against the muted periphery. Whether it was material palettes, prints or even colour choices, they were always on the same page—which seldom happens for a couple. It eradicated design differences and confusion and made our work as designers easy.

Text credit: Architectural Digest, India

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