Village houses

Discover charming village house ideas to create a cozy and picturesque home. Find inspiration to transform your house into a tranquil retreat in the heart of the countryside.
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Meera Pyarelal of the Thrissur-based studio reimagines the interiors of an ancestral home drawing cues from a seemingly disappearing architectural style of Kerala.

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Kapileshwari Prasad
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I have no idea where in France this picture was taken. It sure felt familiar, owing to the fact it reminded me so much of one of Rik Pierce's dollhouses. I sure would love to make it. Though not for my collection, it would be too small. I just think it would be a lot of fun. I even like the color of the green trim. Surely there can't be two doors side by side... Can there? Don't you wonder what is around that bend. I want to see the rest of it! Thank you to Jean-Claude for providing a link…

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Woogie Foster
Baba's restaurant draws its inspiration from the architecture styles of rural havelis and houses of Punjab. The idea is to create an upcycled space with a traditional material pallette from around the context. The entrance alley is a longitudinal monolithic axis created using mud plaster/phuska and depicts the bazaar streetscape using different volumes, elements and layers. Masons and artisans were brought in from the neighbouring villages to create the phuska mixture and apply it on the walls/s Restaurant Interior Design, Restaurant Decor, Interior Design Firms, Restaurant Entrance, Restaurant Design Inspiration, Design Studio, Cafe Design, Studio 17, Village House Design

Baba's restaurant draws its inspiration from the architecture styles of rural havelis and houses of Punjab. The idea is to create an upcycled space with a traditional material pallette from around the context. The entrance alley is a longitudinal monolithic axis created using mud plaster/phuska and depicts the bazaar streetscape using different volumes, elements and layers. Masons and artisans were brought in from the neighbouring villages to create the phuska mixture and apply it on the…

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Sharath Raj