While you may be in absolute awe viewing the houses of many popular Bollywood celebrities, we were busy scouting for the most stylish South Indian actors. And now that we mentioned the word  stylish, it’s obvious that we were keen on checking out Allu Arjun’s house. That’s when we stumbled upon the mesmerising guest house that he owns in Hyderabad. Here’s a quick sneak peak at the stunning home.

The lavish bathroom has a bathtub embedded into the flooring while it is surrounded by natural plants and skylight. The water closet and wash basin are set against a wall covered with slate tiles.

Well, this is not just any box home, but a magic box, the kind that has a whole new perspective inside. A corridor, which is more like a cavity leads to the living spaces.

At the very end of the linear model, are where the bedroom and bathroom located.

The living room, dining, kitchen and bar counter are located in a single space giving it a loft-like vibe. One wall of this area is completely transparent, adding the perfect view to your Sunday brunch.

The living area has a seating made of cement with an epoxy finish which has been repeated on the flooring as well. The  stunning Piaggio Vespa bike in bright yellow brightens up the space.

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The long dining table has an elegant glass table top which is complement with white benches. The dining space overlooks the pool and the deck.

The bar counter is also made of epoxy and concrete and is accompanied by smart white bar stools. The wall here flaunts a savvy metal plank with nails that double up making up for bottle holders.

The deck has artificial grass on the wall and artifacts giving it a very earthen look. The flooring is party wood and party stone.

The bedroom is a warm and compact space wherein the bed is a raised platform made of cement. The  stone-finished fiber tiles and white surfaces provide a very soothing ambiance.

The actor and his wife approached Aamir & Hameeda Interior Designers with just two basic objectives in mind – a box-shaped home with a minimalist design.