The Royal Retreat – Devi Garh

 
18th century fort palace, nestled in the Aravalli ranges of Rajasthan
Designed by architect Navin Gupta and interior specialist Rajiv Saini
Years of effort to create a distinctive fusion design and ambience
Presenting Devi Garh
 

 


 
Design which is minimalistic and ornamental at the same time. Perfect harmony of traditional elegance with modern design sensibilities
 
 
 
 
With a little ingenuity and select artefacts, similar ambience could be created in our homes!

 

11 Comments

  1. Thanks Rijuta! Do drop by again

  2. rijuta

    thanks for posting these…so inspiring. just dicovered your blog…I’m a graphic designer from delhi too. Keep up the posts.

  3. Joanna, am so glad that you liked my blog 🙂 Thank you!

    Vineeta, thanks for dropping by! 🙂

  4. Im so glad you featured this place. Ive been a fan of Devi Garh for the longest time. These images are brilliant!

  5. I love the fusion of modern and time honored tradition in these gorgeous photos! This is just the style I wish to achieve in my home 🙂 Thank you!!! Your blog is to live for!

  6. Stunning images!

  7. Hello Pachchai! Yikes, I have been tagged! I have the toughest time thinking stuff about myself! 😉

    But well, thank you for tagging me, and over the weekend, I shall put on my thinking cap…and put down the first 8 interesting facts which come to my mind in a post!
    🙂

  8. Yes Jenn, that is exactly what I liked about these rooms!

    Thank you Gee :). Well, I can assure you that India would be an memorable experience – so plan that trip!

  9. Gee

    beautiful blog! Design is nothing without nature. It’s the fusion of the two that makes design so interesting. 🙂
    Would love to visit india!

  10. you have been tagged.. reveal 8 interestings things about you and at the tag some more people!

  11. the bedroom images are stunning. i love that there’s no distraction but tones of style!!

    Jenn~

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