Sabyasachi Mukherjee's home decoded: Here is how you can recreate the charming corners of his house

This is what the abode of ace designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee looks like!
Sabyasachi Mukherjee's home decoded: Here is how you can recreate the charming corners of his house
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Taking some inspiration from Alia Bhatt's rooms we created a guide on how you too can recreate her decor.
Recently ace designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee, opened the doors to let AD profile his home. It is a functional, charming apartment with an artistic touch and has a sense of history to it. 

We are breaking down his home for you to help you get this look! 

1. The garden 

Get an old looking dressing table to place your plants to give your garden a vintage vibe. 

2. The Terrace 

Dining tables are for the basic this ace designer doubled a writing desk on his terrace and made it a dining table laid with crockery from Goodearth and Kalighat.

Anything old rugged and vintage not only looks like it has a story to tell but it also lends an artistic vibe to your home. 

3. The entryway

The entryway has aubergine-coloured walls adorned with photographs depicting travellers in a three-tier sleeper train. 

A traditional lamp hangs from the ceiling.

4. Dining room

The small dining room features art from the Sabyasachi Art Foundation and works by Dhruvi Acharya. 

The dining table is made of wood, rattan and glass from Kochi.

5. Kitchen 

White porcelain, distressed wood cabinets and ethnic tiles are a feature of the open kitchen.

The house is filled with old books that are a part of his family collection, perfume bottles, plants and creepers.

6. The 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.

The bedroom has beaten brass lamps, green-marble-topped side tables and ajrakh bedlinen.

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Comments

Its nice and earthy but a bit too much going on..

Nothing stylish about the ace.. and it seems like the house has been set for photo op..

This guy is overrated.... stealing ideas from US and magazines and implementing as it is his own...

That's plain baseless. Sabya's work and design esthetics are traditionally Indian. I doubt which "US magazine" you're reading LOL

Hi Sabya, no offense!

And US steals from China!

Did anyone notice the lamp?

kya kabadi bhar rakha hai..vintage ke naam pe kuch bhi

Liked john Abraham's apartment a lot, its sleek and non messy. Vintage vibe is good but it seems things are cluttered here and there and its unappealing

What a beautiful, charming house!!! I'm in love.. Especially those kitchen counter tiles

Nothing great I feel it's all clustered with junk.One could have a simple neat house easier to maintain .A neat house gives positive vibes.

Nothing great I feel it's all clustered with junk.One could have a simple neat house easier to maintain .A neat house gives positive vibes. To

All that clutter and open cabinets, hope he pays the cleaning lady extra. Love the balcony with the greenery.

Of course Sabyasachi's home is absolutely perfect. PERFECT! I just love how authentic, comfortable and yet put together this is. I'm a tad surprised it is not more traditional and veers towards the kitschy side but all of his pieces I'm sure are antiques or vintage. Beautiful! Wish more celebrities would embrace the earthy and beautiful vibe that India has rather than just replicating sleek modern european/scandi vibes.

The purple corridor is blinding me ... ufff... save my eyes!

What is so great about distressed furniture. I saw that a lot of my cousins are into it and re did their homes. I don't like it.

how do they clean these houses???

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