Renovation projects can be challenging in the fact that there is most often there are existing pieces that may need to be reused. In this gorgeous Gurgaon home, you can see that the architects of Maayish Architects have reused the existing furniture according to the client’s requirements. Eclectic and sophisticated, the living cum dining room space has been completely transformed. It may seem like a hard thing to accomplish when the furniture is completely different from what you would like your home to look like. However, it has been possible thanks to the vision and creativity in combining these elements fluidly.
The first thing that strikes you about the eclectic living room is that it has a calming effect and looks quite inviting. There is a certain serenity in the look and that has been contributed by the choice of colours. Since the existing sofas and furniture had to be included in the design, everything else was worked around it. The drapes have been picked to match their look. By using a consistent pattern of cushions, eclectic sofas look like they belong together. Also, a chair and ottoman matching the sofas have been added to the mix. The distressed wall is the highlight of the design as it acts as the focal point in the room. False ceilings and hanging lampshades seem to top it all off wonderfully well.
An eclectic style of design can be followed in any home as long as you combine the elements and textures well. Here, there is a wonderful balance of it all. A large column that separates the living and the trendy dining space has been decorated with a wood panel and a ledge. It features some artwork which accentuates the beauty of the place. The dining table looks elegant and sophisticated as the white chairs contribute to the look efficiently. One of the things that are most attractive here is the use of the right lighting. The false ceiling allows for fancy lighting and fans to be used around the space without making it look old-style. Plants in and around the area complete the overall look of the room.
This is a living area that seems to be complete in every aspect. The colours keep it vibrant, the elements used to keep the rustic feel and the textures keep the whole area looking alive and energetic. The large mirror at the end of the room works as a dramatic art piece against the dining table and also works to give a larger look and feel to this space. White walls may be boring but using a texture such as the brick-effect can actually contribute to a dramatic look. Also, accents such as bright pillows and artefacts in contrasting tones can make the space lovely.
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