Designing Bespoke Luxury

Interiors of a space can say a lot about its vibes and aura. Mantra One, the brainchild of designer Jatin Kapoor with its custom-made furniture give a palatial feeling to this residential apartment in Gurugram. Their selection of dramatic accents like brass structures, colourful paintings adds a play of colours to the whole place.

With a desire to bring a positive change in people’s lives through their designs, Mantra One is all about luxury, elegance and style. Their bespoke furniture is created keeping in mind the space and the usage along with the colours of the interiors. They did this 1600 sq. ft. residence in upscale Gurugram DLF Phase II, redefining it by using its space eloquently.

The luxurious leather furniture adds on to the graceful light coloured walls along with the brass accents which bring a character to the place. The gold tones of the accents and the stone topped tables add on to the royal elegance of the place. This three bedroom apartment welcomes you first to the living and dining hall. The beige and gold tones of furniture used in the living area gives a spacious palatial feeling the apartment. The neutral sofas are complemented by a pop of saffron yellow in two elegant armchairs and a unique piece of art.

The room is very well lit during the day through the glass window, whereas at night one can enjoy the shimmering light from the glass chandelier and the statement Victorian-inspired floor lamp that creates the right ambience for the plush décor. Every room has a different aesthetic with beautifully placed luxury custom-made furniture. The selection of artwork which is bright and exciting gives a charm to the whole place with subtly coloured furniture. We many times want a sleek and space-saving look when comes to placing the television in the living room or the lounge. Jatin Kapoor has very beautifully placed it into a back panel in a brown-lacquered mirror. Design elements such as a beautiful origami birds brass sculpture perched upon an equally stunning table, a medley in wood, brass and stone, bring the look together.

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