Modern villa in Bangalore with contemporary designs

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Modern villa in Bangalore with contemporary designs

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Contemporary home and designs are far from boring. In fact, you will find that it is easy to put together abstract shapes, unique light fixtures, and patterns. There are no hard and fast rules about design as you can create a modern space that is fun, elegant and charming at the same time. One of the coolest things about the modern style is that you can combine traditional elements or styles with modern shapes and create what is known as a transitional style. It is not as difficult as it sounds as things can fall in place quite easily The interior designers and decorators of Modulart in Bangalore have created one such space in this villa.

Elegant passageway

Passageways are also a part of your home and it is important to give it as much importance as the rest of the home. The designers have chosen to go with a tan colour for one of the walls. This actually has a sobering effect on the space. As you walk in, you can see yourself in a wonderfully large mirror. To provide an aesthetic value to the mirrored wall, the designers have added wooden beams which run across the entire mirror. This divides it up in abstract patterns which makes it look attractive. On the other side, you have a wall featuring closets which are a combination of closed and open racks and shelves. While the bottom shelf has been used as a shoe rack, the ones on the top can be used to display collectibles.

Transitional style

There is something wonderful about using contrasting styles. For instance, if you love the simplicity of modern design but would like to incorporate some traditional elements, a transitional design works best. Here, you can see how well the straight lines and the minimalistic structure of the sofas blend in with the rustic and distressed brick wall. While a brick wall in red may have been too traditional, using a white wall has given it that modern edge. The blue accent wall, the rustic wood panel for the tv and the lounge swing all make this space super comfortable and relaxing.

A wonderful combination of tones

Giving you another view of the room, you can see that a unique and open divider sits between this room and the entrance o the upper levels of the home. The geometrical shapes that are part of the room divider have been converted into planters making this an attractive piece of furniture. Adding an elongated and rectangular shelf behind the sofa is a clever idea as it is a perfect use of space. Apart from this, the table provides a functional space for storing electronics, books, and magazines. The artwork that has been used extensively in this room also keeps with the modern theme that is running through the home.For those wanting to know more—Wet walls and ceilings? Don't panic!.

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