A gorgeous home that has been tastefully designed has become possible when two apartments were combined to make one large home. In order to make the home appear larger, small rooms in the central area have been combined to create a single free-flowing space to accommodate a foyer, drawing room, family room,and study areas too. By reorganizing the spaces, the architects from S Squared Architects Pvt Ltd, New Delhi have managed to create a well-balanced, traditional and beautiful home.
This wonderful space has been possible thanks to the woodwork having been designed completely from scratch. The wonderful wooden beams and the back-lit spaces on the walls as displays are not only interesting but work for this space very well. The dining area seems to fit in perfectly here. A small pooja room has been put together on a shelf within the walls.
This wonderful part of the home seems radiant with positive energy and this is the result of the extensive use of wood and artwork. The mural on the wall is synonymous with a traditional Kerala home and that is what has been replicated here.
This is a grand area that seems inviting and luxurious. The large L-shaped sofa which occupies the central space in the room seems comfortable and welcoming. The extensive and intricate woodwork on the wall behind the sofa is not only unique but beautiful too.
By erasing out the walls, the flow of energy seems consistent and free around the rooms. The bedroom seems to be separated but without a door which can block the flow. The narrow beams which work as a smart divider are modern in design but look traditional as well. The wooden beams in the walls and the roof is a recurrent theme all around the house. The wing-man chair in a beautiful print in the foreground creates an ideal space for relaxing with a book.
The large bonsai plant displayed in the room steals all the attention. The large mirror which is framed by smaller and different sized mirrors lends a contemporary touch to a room that is heavy on traditional elements. No Kerala home is complete without the presence of an elephant!
Kerala homes are heavy on wood and in keeping with that thought, this bedroom stands out thanks to the wooden elements used all around the space. While the wardrobe has a delightful old-world charm to it, the room seems framed by wooden beams. The lighting in the false ceiling adds a wonderful element of drama and beauty to this pleasing room. By keeping the blinds neutral, the designers have made sure that all the woodwork is not too overwhelming or excessive.6 ideas to select the best location for the TV in your bedroom