Everyone likes a home that is warm, welcoming, cozy, and at the same time minimalistic and well organized. Same in the case of hotels or restrooms while we book ourselves for vacation. No one likes overdone and crowded rooms for staying purposes. To me, it looks more of a museum kind of a thing. You are never relaxed in those over-furnished rooms. If you are fortunate then you may come across a property where luxury meets grandeur in style.

Well, I would say that we have been fortunate ones when it comes to enjoying opulence amidst modern setup. Whenever we have stayed in old royal palaces, now turned into luxury hotels, we found them totally mesmerizing and awe-inspiring. Today I am going to share some of the indoor-outdoor decors of those hotels as well as a few others from my own house for Sunday stills week and also for Life in colour- Orange.

The grand lounge decor is inspired by the Chola kingdom, one of the oldest south Indian dynasty.
beautiful wall painting in blue, green, and orange is not to be missed. It was the perfect selfie corner for visitors and guests staying over there.
The main entrance of the royal spa pavilion in the hotel
simple yet tastefully done suite in Kanha resort, Madhya Pradesh
Festive decor at my home
All decked up in yellow-orange marigolds
Buddha enlightenment corner
Orange food decor
The orange glow coming from floating candle arrangement near the main door
Me, a glowing soul posing in the orange sari, our porch is glittering for the Diwali festival



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  1. Thank you for linking with Sunday Stills! The hotel you chose to show their decor is stunning and not overdone at all. You look radiant and peaceful in both of your settings. Your home decor is festive and colorful! what an amazing porch you have! Enjoy the festival!

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