Sleek and modern designs when paired with sober hues can go a long way in making any house look stylish and attractive. And this is what has happened with this classy residence in Jaipur. Lavish on the outside and contemporary and comfy on the inside, this house is appealing to the eye as well as senses. Whites, greys and beiges have been used in most places for a relaxing aura. Neat wooden elements, chic false ceilings, trendy lighting and a hint of colour in the kitchen and kids’ room complete the look here. credit for this project goes to the architects at Divine Architects.
Rendered completely in white, the massive facade of the house impresses you with its brightness, lovely arches and subtly colonial lines. The entrance gate in black metal is gorgeous. The multiple balconies allow inhabitants to enjoy fresh air whenever they want.
Soothing beige tones dominate the simplistic living space with its modern couches and ample lighting. The beautiful metal partition on the left and the white elephant sculpture near the TV add class here.
A glossy red wall with nature-inspired decor lends this modern kitchen a very bold and unique look. Sleek cabinets, bright lighting, an open layout, and modish furniture make cooking and dining a pleasure here.
Neat modern furniture and stylish accent lighting on the walls and ceiling make this trendy bedroom a sight for sore eyes. Wooden elements add warmth, while the wall panel behind the bed lends a geometrically inspired look.
The TV unit in the bedroom is a fashionable affair in white and dark wood, with the squares adding exclusivity. It goes well with the false ceiling too.
The striped part of the false ceiling steals the show in this bedroom. We also loved the stylish high headboard, the dark wooden touches and the lovely collage of travel photos on the grey wall.
White, grey and wooden tones make the colour palette for this bedroom relaxing as well as impressive. The wardrobe with its white and grey doors and printed panels complements the wallpaper that extends from behind the bed to the ceiling. The striped cushions make a bold statement.
Red, yellow, blue, orange and green appear on the wall panelling, the bed linen and the closet, to make the kids’ bedroom a lively place for dreaming, playing and resting. The black chalkboard wallpaper behind the twin beds is unique and features the Avengers! Read another story – Bungalow design ideas by interior architects in Mumbai.