Marie-Anne Oudejans, a former fashion-star, became an interior designer. Her projects include Tocca Store in New York and her own home which she gave a tour of. She also designed the bar of the hotel she lives in. Take a look at Marie-Anne Oudejans Indian Apartment.
Part of the Hotel Narain Niwas Palace her unique styled Indian apartment in Jaipur is decorated in red tones, exotic woods and bold patterns. She portrays the character of Indian interior design with the use of rich colors and patterned fabrics.
Marie-Anne Oudejans‘ bedroom, where she customized the bed with fabrics to add a personal touch. The high bed frame adds a classy touch to the room.
An 18th century mirror decorates a console. The gold frame adds that extra touch of luxury to any home. This one has a lot of personality due to its rich history.
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The painting by Vikas Soni in the same shape as the mirror on the corners add an extra touch to this room, making it feel more opulent and luxurious.
Here we can see Aedo, the designer’s dog, in the living room, again decorated in red and with luxurious touches such as the mirror and the sitting areas.
Another work of art by Soni, who painted both the walls and ceilings. The armchairs and the dining table add an extra touch to the kitchen. Which is the representation of this home, red and opulent.
Canopied daybeds and the anglo-Indian-style sofas are the center of the decorator’s suite at the hotel. The painting, by Thierry Journo, break the color scheme adding an exotic touch.
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