The challenge of interior design lies in incorporating all the client’s requirements within a budget. The interior designers and decorators of U and I Designs have made it seem effortless in the design of this home in Bangalore. The fabulous 1600 sq ft house has all the makings of a designer home. Since the client had specific conditions regarding Vaastu, the professionals had to consider the design of the customised furniture carefully. To ensure that the house looks light, open and airy, they have designed a space that is functional and beautiful, all within a budget of Rs.10,00,000.
Lacquered glass has been used in the back panel of the shoe rack. It creates a glossy effect and brightens up the simple design. Doing away with handles was a conscious choice as the designers were going for a clean and contemporary look.
The lovely entryway looks balanced as it does not have heavy furniture or shoe racks blocking the flow of energy. The glossy effect of the flooring contrasts with the simple and natural colour of the wood.
CNC Jali has been used on either side of the pooja unit to balance the bulky look that wooden furniture can give to a room. Plain plywood and laminate are commonly used in homes, making them repetitive. The use of CNC makes the design refreshing and unique.
The interior of the pooja unit has been designed to look beautiful and serene. The marble-like texture combines well with the open ledges. The glass features etched motifs, making the space lovely and perfect.
While there is a need to keep things modest and stylish, the design should also reflect the taste of the homeowners. Wood accents are perfect when the spaces need to be open and airy. The peripheral false ceiling has been designed bearing in mind that it is a shared space that houses the living area, foyer and dining room.
The unique design for a crockery unit makes it almost seem like it is suspended. The combination of mustard and earthy shades gives the unit a rustic feel. The design is quite contemporary with an unorthodox shape on the bottom and the top as well as stone cladding on the back panel. Profile lights add beauty and charm to the lovely unit.
Using the basic principles of Vaastu, especially the window in the centre, and considering the storage needs of the client, the designers have put together a contemporary design for the bedroom wardrobe. The contrast of white, charcoal grey and wood tones creates a stunning effect.
Using the personality of the child as an inspiration, the designers took into account the colours chosen by the child to come up with this unique design. The wardrobe was designed to look balanced with the size of the loft and bottom doors syncing, making it perfect for storing a guitar and toys.