Welcome to the crib! Take a tour of SRK's not-so-humble abode

UPDATED ON SEP 18, 2014 03:30 PM IST 3 Photos
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It’s often said that actor Shah Rukh Khan’s ­bungalow, Mannat, has the look and feel of a ­castle, though its lavish interiors are more of a ­mystery to the ­common man. But now, for the first time ever, the star and his wife, Gauri Khan, have opened their doors for an exclusive photoshoot for the Sept-Oct issue of Architectural Digest India, on stands now.

It’s often said that actor Shah Rukh Khan’s ­bungalow, Mannat, has the look and feel of a ­castle, though its lavish interiors are more of a ­mystery to the ­common man. But now, for the first time ever, the star and his wife, Gauri Khan, have opened their doors for an exclusive photoshoot for the Sept-Oct issue of Architectural Digest India, on stands now.

UPDATED ON SEP 18, 2014 03:30 PM IST
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The focal point of the living area is a canvas by Subodh Gupta, set between a pair of Visionnaire wall ­sconces. After entering the home through the entrance in the main ­bungalow, one arrives at a faux-brick finished foyer, moves into a formal living room with a fresco and ceiling skylight that is also the sole source of light, followed by a dining area, and then a transitional space that has the original stairwell.

The focal point of the living area is a canvas by Subodh Gupta, set between a pair of Visionnaire wall ­sconces. After entering the home through the entrance in the main ­bungalow, one arrives at a faux-brick finished foyer, moves into a formal living room with a fresco and ceiling skylight that is also the sole source of light, followed by a dining area, and then a transitional space that has the original stairwell.

UPDATED ON SEP 18, 2014 03:30 PM IST
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Gauri, who styled the interiors of the space, says the effort was intensive and eye opening. “It took years of sourcing, travelling and editing to get to the point where everything looked just right,” she says. In fact, the four years she spent devising Mannat’s interiors turned the once stay-at-home celeb mother of three into a decorator.

Gauri, who styled the interiors of the space, says the effort was intensive and eye opening. “It took years of sourcing, travelling and editing to get to the point where everything looked just right,” she says. In fact, the four years she spent devising Mannat’s interiors turned the once stay-at-home celeb mother of three into a decorator.

UPDATED ON SEP 18, 2014 03:30 PM IST

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