Office spaces should display an air of formality along with smart design. This office in Jaipur has to be one of the most refreshing and sophisticated designs. There is a fantastic sense of calm and positivity in the interiors, which makes you want to be in it. The project has been executed by DIVINE ARCHITECTS of Jaipur. Their team of architects have managed to balance space, design, and functionality excellently. There is consistency in design as the colours are repeated excellently. An emphasis on picking the right patterns has also helped to give this space a modern and contemporary look.
This bedroom renovation project in Chennai showcases a unique and incredible transformation. Here, the idea is to utilise existing space smartly and convert it to provide additional room for double occupancy. This bachelor’s pad has been transformed into a haven for two with extra wardrobes added to the simple and minimalist home. By using modern elements, the home’s look has been elevated. The biggest challenge in remodelling projects is the age of the property, and this one was done in a 90-year-old building. Despite that, the architects at The Yellow Ink Studio have created magic within the four walls of this home.
The design of small homes needs to be handled carefully. It is generally assumed that a smaller home has less space and therefore cannot be designed luxuriously. However, this house has been completed and designed to prove otherwise. The home looks luxurious with elaborate design elements in the room and the ceiling. The choice of colours also makes a massive difference in how it all comes together eventually. Without compromising on comfort and beauty, the interior designers and decorators of Envoy Interiors Pvt. Ltd. have made this home unique and stylish.
If you believe that a basement is a boring place that can only be used for storing odds and ends, it’s time to change that thought! Why? That is because the architects at Grey-Woods have proved you wrong with this Noida project, where a 650 square feet basement has become a trendy den with smart touches. By introducing minimalistic yet stylish designs, the basement now accommodates a living area with TV as well as a bar unit to entertain friends. The colour palette is neutral to keep the atmosphere bright and relaxing. Since the basement doesn’t receive any natural light, it was essential to create an airy vibe with soothing colours. Creative lighting also plays an important role in making the basement attractive.
The first impression of a home is largely dependent on the front door. It happens to be the transitional part of the facade that depicts what one can expect from the interiors of your home. Incidentally, it also is a determining factor in the overall appeal of your home. The main door, like any other exterior material, has to be sturdy and tough to withstand the elements. At the same time, it has to complement the interiors of your home aesthetically. Of the many materials available for the front door- three primary materials predominate - wood, steel and fibreglass composite. Take a walk through of these entrance door designs suggested by the interior designers and decorators at homify to get ideas of the materials as well as combinations that work well for your home.
Nothing beats the satisfaction of having a home that has everything you need. You can go a step further and say that if such a home displays charm and elegance, then it is perfect. This lovely home in Coimbatore has been designed byOlive Architecture Studio, architects in Bangalore. The look, accents and the charming use of soft colours give this home a pleasing effect.
Designing a kid’s bedroom is both exciting and challenging! Every child has unique taste and requirements, which need to be taken into consideration while introducing the colours, designs and furnishing. The interior architects at Space Polygon have however done a fantastic job in this Chennai home by creating a bright, spacious, functional and lively space for a brother and sister. Geet and Bhuvam didn’t want a typical pink and blue room, and they wished for a room that would feature their love for superheroes. Also, the room needed to have lots of storage options and ample space to play and practice dance or gymnastics. So, based on the children’s requirements, the interior architects came up with a 17 × 10 × 10 m room that is aesthetically pleasing, exclusive and cheerful.
Peace and relaxation, aren’t these the two most important feelings we crave in our bedroom? Vastu Shastra has given the design and placement of bedrooms a high priority because it can affect the relationship between the couple occupying that room and eventually, the family who lives in the home. The philosophy of Vastu Shastra follows the simple principle of creating balance in cosmic energy of the universe to bring in harmony, wealth and happiness into your life. By adhering to these simple Vastu tips for bedrooms, you can create a peaceful atmosphere in the room and enjoy a blissful life with your loved ones.
It’s not easy to design a small home to make it functional without neglecting aesthetics. This 2 BHK home in Thakurli, Mumbai has been designed by Square 4 Design & Build, Interior Designers & Decorators in Mumbai. The home has a lot of modern features, with bold colours and unusual décor elements. Let’s start our tour of this gorgeous house and get some much-needed design inspiration.