The luxurious and artistic home we are going to explore today is the brainchild of the interior designers and decorators at KPHOMES. Designed for a Dubai-based family, this Kolkata four-bedroom residence has an enviable area of 2530 sq ft. Two months of ideation and presentation of 3D drawings were followed by three and a half months of execution to put together a home that is beautiful, functional and heartwarming. Rendered precisely as per client specifications, this property boasts of highlights like a Bengali-themed guest room, a quirky Ferrari-inspired sofa in the living room, and a music-themed room for the client’s son. The daughter’s bedroom is inspired by the spring season, while the dining space stands out with its LED-backlit mirrors. To see more, let’s take the tour.
Sleek backlit mirrors and rustic lamps make the modern dining space very attractive. The colour scheme is sober and uses contrasts to highlight elegant features. The lighting is adequate and soothing. The merging of the bar and the dining space facilitates smooth communication.
Special LED backlit mirrors jazz up the wall behind the dining table wonderfully. The furniture is minimalist yet classy. The wooden partition is a trendy touch that adds a hint of privacy, without affecting the flow of light and air.
Glossy white surfaces make this crockery unit and bar stylish and bright. There is ample space to store crockery, cutlery, wine bottles, snacks and mixers. A couple of sleek bar chairs add to the attraction.
Bright white lights fitted in the shelves and under them ensure convenience while prepping or plating. There are ample cabinets to organise all the essentials with ease. We love how a niche has been reserved for the washing machine to make the most of the kitchen.
The poetic and romantic culture of Bengal has been stylishly treasured in this guest room named AddaGhar. The sketch of the famous poet and Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore and one of his poems add much charm to the window screen. The window seat is extremely storage-friendly, thanks to its practical design, and is also an ideal reading nook. The floating desk under the lamp can be used to arrange collectables or to write.
This feature wall is a brilliant medley of all the things that are close to the heart of a Bengali. From Durga Puja and the Howrah Bridge to trams, fishes and sadhus, everything unique about Bengal has been highlighted here. This room is excellent for relaxing and feeling at home.
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