5 design tips from The Johri hotel in Jaipur

Jaipur’s jewelry district has a new treasure radiating the rosé-infused streets of the Old City. Concealed behind the 19th-century terracotta facade of the historic Lal Haveli home, the newly opened Johri hotel is a marble-kissed haven overflowing with emerald houseplants, ornate murals, and, of course, an abundance of cocktails. This is a world-class hotel in a World Heritage Site – and we expect the Johri will act as the backdrop of our dreams for many nights ahead. 

However, when we awake, we’re ensuring our modern homes mirror Jaipur’s unrivaled ambiance by drawing inspiration from its most notable interior features. Here are five style tips to get started. 

1. Choose boutique furniture – with a lighthearted twist  

The Johri at Lal Haveli

(Image credit: The Johri at Lal Haveli)

Boutique certainly doesn’t mean boring. Despite its luxe aura, Jaipur is not afraid to inject elements of fun into its Neelam (sapphire) suite. Swinging alongside the boldly painted columns and marble floor is a statement swing that hangs from the arch with wrought-iron cables.