Bring in the best of both worlds – vintage and modern – as is done in this stylish and spacious residence in Dwarka that is designed to perfection by Design Essentials, Interior Designers and Decorators in New Delhi. There is plenty of lighting in the form of recessed and alcove lighting in the modern false ceiling. The furniture is quite trendy but the overall feel of the apartment is one of old-world charm, filed with positivity and cheer.
This spacious living room has a large seating area with comfortable sofas and single seaters. The geometric lines of the room as see in the placement of the ceiling lights, the design on the coffee table and the lines on the wall are broken by the two colourful paintings placed on the wall. The cushions have bright patterns in a vintage style as do the ceiling fans. The entertainment unit is sleek and modern. It is quite a mix of the old and the new!
In this view of the living room we get to see one wall that is covered in a charming floral print wallpaper with a floral painting on it. The room is at ground level and the large French windows provide a great view of the outdoor area.
The dining room sports wallpaper in a great retro design which is well complemented by the ceiling fans. The design of the dining chairs is also in a retro style. The mirror in a unique design above the crockery shelf is the focal point of this room.
The dining area, from this view, is placed strategically with easy access from the living area as well as the kitchen and houses a nook dedicated to a Krishna idol – an unobtrusive Pooja space that is almost central to the home
This bedroom has trendy wall panelling with a staggered pattern of lights. Additional lights are fixed in the ceiling and alcove lighting is provided too. The wardrobe design matches that of the wall panelling. The stark look of the walls and ceiling is broken by the bright yellow patterned rug on the floor. The bed is also in a trendy geometric design.
The TV in this room is simply mounted on the wall above a stylish cabinet that has some interesting curios placed on it.
This night view of the room with its panel lights throws up an interesting use of lighting as a design element.
The children’s room is bright and cheerful with yellow being the dominant colour. Yellow is used in the quirky shelves, on the wardrobe, for the chair and the drapes. An active, fun-loving spirit is emphasised by the guitar on display and prominent speakers.
The other side of the room reveals a bed with storage cabinets and a cool workspace. This is truly a space to combine play with hours of hardwork!
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