Designed for Dr. Ramesh and Bhavna Bhanushali, P Square Designs has done a fantastic job in executing the design. These Interior Architects from Mumbai are pioneers in creating modern homes that retain an Indian ethnic soul. Let’s take a tour!
We love this living room that is lit perfectly with concealed lighting. Not just that, the hardwood flooring is very impressive. The small dining table occupies one corner of the room. The other end has an Indian-style seating arrangement with a brocade designer backdrop.
The little details in the ceiling and the design look great. The small bathroom has a washing machine and sink, along with a full-sized mirror. We love the lighting, which makes the bathroom quite well lit.
The stylish wardrobe design is very impressive. We love the old-school design that combines wooden doors with glass panes. The frosted panes feature a motif in the center. The wardrobe is very large, so it offers sufficient space to store all your accessories.
The home has an open floor plan, as shown here. On one side are the seating area and the TV wall, while the other side features the simple but classy kitchen. There is just one small wall, which acts as a separator.
The bedroom design is a delightful combination of colours and textures and prints. We love the owners; wedding photo on the wall, which has a textured backdrop. The bed is an old Indian design style bed, which is beautiful. The printed curtains add a touch of ethnic India to the overall modern design,
The entrance to the home is filled with light and beautiful décor. This is exactly why we love this area. For guests coming into the house, they see a warm, welcoming home that is beckoning to them.
As we keep saying, real design is in the details. While the overall design is modern, the small elements in this home pay tribute to Indian design details. We love the old school design ideas, such as this wardrobe door handle. The designers have definitely focused on the little things around the house to make sure the owner’s requirements of having a partially Indian design home is maintained.
As we take another view of this stunning open living area, we see that the lack of walls is what makes this area so special. It remains open and not closed in, and this makes it enjoyable for those living here to relax or eat in peace. The lighting is also placed properly to make sure no area is left in the dark.
The whole home is filled with fantastic wooden furniture. Some of the furniture also has beautiful carvings, which we are in love with, such as this small table. The design of the table is amazing, and the carving on the edges adds another level of elegance to it.10 ideas to transform your small bathroom.