This British Indian Style, or Anglo-Indian, based interior offers subtle elegance while remaining simple in its rustic, lodge-like nature. Global elements, such as the Indian frieze fragment displayed on the hearth and the traditional Indian octangular table juxtaposed against the modern, Phillipe Starck designed, molded plastic accessories and the contemporary blown glass pieces, give the space rich character, while also staying true to the style’s attribute of mixing forms and cultures. Sensitive use of color and the exceptional, Taj Mahal inspired, Tibetan rug heightens the sophistication of the room while other selections, such as the ample, 1920?s English leather armchair and patinaed trunk add an air of old world romance. Sensitive use of color and the exceptional, Taj Mahal inspired, Tibetan rug heightens the sophistication of the room while other selections, such as the ample, 1920?s English leather armchair and patinaed trunk add an air of old world romance.

 

 

~ Prisma markers and colored pencils on vellum ~