Challenge 1: To create a contemporary decor that would have an unmistakable Indian tone to it,
Challenge 2: To cater to every detail that will remarkably showcase their taste for comformt and style, to ease their lifestyle and also become converstion starters when they have guests over.
The Foyer: A linear space with a wash of warm light from spotlights welcomes you as you enter. You will but not fail to notice the bright ochre stone that tops the shoe rack setting the stage for the rythm of Indian tones and rich wooden textures that one will encounter through the home. A rich carved framed mirror and a textured wall paper finish the minimalistic yet happy decor.
The Lounge - The main lounge is a large space. The rich wooden panelling for the TV with the unique Tan-coffee grains spans the entire lenght of the wall, tieing the whole space together. Chunky wooden furniture belonging to two different furntiure styles & brighly cushioned upholstery let you comfortably cozy.
The Kitchen: The unique decor boasts of an elegance that can never be achieved by high polished lamianted kitchen cabinets or by classical kitchens. The handmade shutters were finsihed with sandwiched Indian Raw silk fabric with little embellishments of the native Gold Zari work. The pastel tones and an off-white quartzite counter visually enlarge the kithcen. A small seating with cozy upholstery makes the kitchen, not just a space for cooking, but chatting, reading, friends and family too.
THE BEDROOMS : The three bedrooms in the house have three different accents and function. While the master bedroom boasts of a slight classic stlyling with heavy sliding wardrobes and rich wooden wall work, the kids room has a sense of lightness and pastel that suits an 8 year old. The third bedroom doubles up as a study cum visitor lounge. The angular book shelf and the retractable sofa-cum-bed make this an easy make shift lounge to entertain guests and friends.