Sonam Kapoor has made the ways for her London home and innovative studio for the most recent version of Architectural Digest India. She took to Instagram to share the cover for the magazine September-October issue. The cover photograph was clicked inside her home.
In the photograph, Sonam is wearing a purple Charles Jeffrey dress and dark boots. She is remaining on top of her blue and greenish blue Camaleonda couch by Mario Bellini. The three-seater form retails at about €18,000, which is roughly ₹18 lakh. Behind her is a couple of two wooden racks, adorned with books. There is additionally an enormous wooden work area, flanked by two exemplary Pierre Jeanneret Chandigarh seats. The right part of the room is cut off by glass boards in dark packaging.
Sharing the magazine cover on Instagram, Sonam said that she was nervous about bringing the magazine into her house. “At first, I was nervous about opening up our home and office, but I quickly realised I was in great hands. I’m now thrilled and excited to share these images of our beloved spaces…,” she wrote.
Sonam shares her house in London with husband Anand Ahuja. Speaking about her life there, she recently told Vogue in an interview, “I like the freedom here. I make my own food, clean my own space, shop for my own groceries.” She added that she and Anand dress up even for home-cooked dinners and often debate what they should watch. “He likes to watch basketball and I want to watch The Queen’s Gambit,” she said.
In an Instagram post shared from London, she had written, “I miss India so so much , and I’ve been craving to go back home and see my family and friends desperately. But I realise I might by dissing my new home a little bit that has given me so much including my beautiful husband, @anandahuja. ‘A bad day in London is still better than a good day anywhere else’.”
Sonam as of late went to the wedding of her sister Rhea Kapoor in Mumbai. She was joined by Anand also.