Kuwait's Lower Fars Heavy Crude Oil Scheme, expected to be one of the largest and most ambitious upstream projects of the Middle East requested Al Murshed interior design services to manage their project. The scope of the project spanning a 25,000 SQM region involves the development of the Lower Faris Heavy Oil field (LFHO) located in Al Ratqa, Al Jahra Kuwait. Our professional and experienced Kuwait property designers have adopted 2 colors - blue and brown as the main attributes of interior design, which signifies Kuwait's ancient traditions. The main objective for selection of respective colors is to magnify the interior with a traditional touch. In the olden days prior the discovery of oil, pearl diving was an important occupation and main source of local economy. People were emerged at sea and on the ship. Our innovative and talented designers customized this phenomenon into an incredible interior theme where blue represents the sea and brown indicates the wood of the ship. The combination of blue and brown colors on ceiling and the flow of natural lighting has made the project to look pleasant and beautiful. Throughout the public spaces of the project, we tailored the entire interior lights as concealed lighting to enhance overall elegance. This style of light provides a soft, ambient glow that covers the space of the interior design. We wish to transmit the residents of Kuwait to the ancestral source of revenue through these colors.