With time being on short supply, most people would love to have a home that is easy on the eyes and a breeze to maintain. Simplistic homes are easy to maintain and they look great as well. In this home, the interior designers and decorators of DESIGN KREATIONS, Noida have included some inspiring ideas and fabulous lighting through this home to make it look stylish, well-put-together and sophisticated. An extensive use of glass and mirrors make this home a unique and distinct one.
These lovely arched mirrors are deceptive yet make the room look beautiful. By using accent lights above the mirrors, it seems as if there is a room beyond what looks like arched doors. This is a great way to make a room look larger than it already is.
Consoles are a perfect way to add storage near the dining table. This creative console is gorgeous as it combines textures, elements, colours and lights all in one place to create an eclectic space that has character and style. The shelves and the cabinets allow homeowners to store things quite easily while keeping it looking stylish as well.
Sometimes all you need is a dramatic entrance and that is what you get with this mirrored door. Here, rather than sticking to ‘plain and simple’, a beautiful flower pattern adorns the door. The steel that borders the mirror complements it well. The wood panels on either side of the door add another texture to the design.
The bright and chirpy room here is perfect for a child. As one side of the room has been used to create an accent wall with a soccer poster, the other side of the room has been used as a study desk that can double up as a storage shelf as well. The colours are vibrant and happy making sure that the time spent in here are great and enjoyable.
Keeping the wardrobe simple and modest is a great idea as there are several attractive and colourful elements in the room. Adding a few stickers of basketball ensure that it matches the overall theme. The sliding shutters are ideal as it saves space and looks clutter-free too.
This is a great combination of open shelves, ledges and closed storage cabinets in the children’s room. By adding spots of colour, the designers have kept the shelves from becoming boring or regular.