Architectural Digest India

DESERT ROSE

If there is one image that can encapsulate all that Nila House stands for, it is this: the walls of the room I am in are painted in various shades of blue. Not in a distressed, organic chic way, but in swatches; neat rectangles, lined up in an orderly matrix and painted in slightly varying shades of light blue. Anuradha Singh (who heads Nila House) and I are also (coincidentally, I assure you) dressed in blue. It is quite like finding yourself inside a Pantone shade card. The swatches on the walls were to be sent to the UK, so the founder of Nila

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