Residential Interior Design

This interior design project of a 2BHK residential sample flat was a quick design to execution process where we were able to complete this apartment in the span of 20 days!
Status – Completed | Team – Khushbu Davda, Seeja Sudhakaran, Deepshikha Apte, Saloni Chheda, Urvi Mathkar

The design brief for this project was to the point, the apartment had to be completely transformed into an attractive contemporary home for millennials in three weeks. From rugs to bed linen, everything was considered to be transformed in this project. Starting off with the living room, the moodboard speaks a minimalistic yet fun design language of subtle tones of furniture and fabric, with greens and pop of colors in pillows and rug to balance the monotone.

Due to restrictions in the area for dining, we decided to customize the dining table with the required size. The dining table was designed to have an organic shaped table top, breaking the barriers of having rectangular table tops. The legs were also designed to look organic and seamless with curves, complimenting the design as a whole. The simplicity of dining table design was contrasted with a quirky green veneer finish, with an arched wall backdrop. Using design tricks to make the small dining space look bigger, full height bronze mirrors were installed for a luxurious edge to the space.

The guest bedroom was designed with the idea of introducing black and white palette to the existing grey shades of wall paint and fabrics. A quirky black and white wallpaper was selected to bring life into the space. The idea was to have the wallpaper on the bed accent wall where the rest of the room was minimal and muted to achieve the right balance of colors, materials and textures. To quickly revamp the kitchen, a maroon shade of back painted glass was fixed on the wall tiles with appropriate lighting, decor and planters to brighten the small space.

The Master Bedroom design showcases a luxurious palette of textures and wallpapers with a minimalistic approach. Long mirrors with back lighting were designed to make the room appear bigger in size and to maintain a sense of symmetry. Gold and green wallpaper was complimented with dark brown wooden paneling and subtle fabrics for layering the design concept of minimalistic luxury.