In order to feel “at home” even a small flat needs to be furnished adequately. On one hand, you have will have to design the home by breaking the spaces without really dividing it, and on the other, you have to give functionality a thought over aesthetics. But this does not mean that you cannot create a beautiful and pleasing home. The architects of SM STUDIO, Mumbai have not only created one such home but have presented a balanced and classy home.
Inspired by Scandinavian modern design, the colour palette has been kept dark so that it can be mixed around with bright accents. A cohesive and balanced look has been created by incorporating geometrical shapes, sleek lines,and contrasts. The base colour of grey has been accentuated by darker shades and bright lights in the background.
The shine and gloss from the floor are complemented perfectly by the matte look of the furnishings. The artwork seems to bring out the brightness in the room. The unique set of lights in the dining area are modern and cool.
The dark wood for the walls is complemented by the lighter shade for the furnishings and the furniture. The small bench at the base of the bed seems to add a unique charm to this area. Low bedside tables work great in creating a cozy and warm look. The tiny lampshades are perfect in size and shape.
A lovely kitchen with lots of space for comfort is ideal and here, the designers have created a balanced look by using the same dark wood for the shelves on the bottom. To provide the right contrast, the shelves on the top are white. A fridge and a washing machine find space in this fairly large kitchen.
Bringing about a calmness you find amongst water; this room has been dressed up in blue. The drapes are deeper and darker. The drapes extend from ceiling to floor giving an impression of a larger room.
A narrow study table lines the wall and to keep the blue theme, the table is supported by a comfortable blue chair.
This wonderful room is simple yet classic in design. The bright pink patterned wall on one side of the room is accentuated by the dark brown wardrobes and the door. The tan colour on other side brings about a balance of the shades being used. The false ceiling is well lit created a warm hue.
Extensive designing is not required to create a classic and elegant look. Here, with the help of simple patterns and limited use of accents, this room is both elegant and sophisticated. An impressive use of cushions and light colours always softens up a room.15 ideas to improve your Indian kitchen.