The Palatial Living Area
Golden leaves hanging from the burnished wooden door welcome you into the palatial living room of the house. Soft peachy walls keep the ambience light and make the unconventional red couch stand out. Blue drapes compliment the couch and the walls. A glistening stone cobbled cabinet with matching green plants make the television set an impressive corner. Jazzy drawers and intricate show pieces increase the grandeur of the place. The monotony of the walls is broken by a set of quirky picture frames and a vintage English clock which add the right amount of drama to the picture. The attention-seeking false ceiling with its lights makes the greenery in the room come alive, making the living room a sight to behold.
The Magnificent Hall
The living room leads to the hall with wooden structures decorating the area. It has an open study to make the space personal. Set in white glazing marble, the mandir stands just beside the study. The calming white colour of the space is broken by perfectly placed green plants on the shelf above the study, the long blue drapes and the golden glow of the false ceiling. Our favourite corner of the house is the snazzy little basin with gleaming wooden cabinets and dim, romantic lighting.
The splendour of the bedrooms is unmatched. The walls are covered in a beautiful but light blue paint with auburn details. To make this stand out, we have kept the room simple in other aspects. Big beds with sleek side tables and a dresser make up the rest of the room. The cupboards are light in color with shiny brown panels to add spark to the room. The kids’ bedroom has a brick painted wall and is complete with a study table, a classic bookcase and shelves adorned with small pots. To add drama and color, a small deewan couch has been incorporated to make the room different from other of its kind. The false ceiling has been designed in order to compliment the colors in the room.
Red is the new black
The kitchen has been designed with the idea of the cook being comfortable. It has the small-town appeal with lustrous red cabinets and a black marble counter. To counter the spookiness, we have kept the walls white. The stove is completely modular, set in the counter and the cabinets ensure a neat looking kitchen.
Our journey with Mr. Rajeev has been a fantastic one. We have tried to blend in bohemian elements like plants and unconventional colors in the most appealing way, making the house look like the perfect dream house for one.