When it comes to designing villas or bungalows, Décor Villa or Decorilla is a design concept that has gained immense popularity and is being widely preferred. According to this design theme, a villa is designed and decorated while emphasizing strictly on the elements such as minimalism, functionality and comfort. The same has been beautifully implemented here in this 1300 sf bungalow by the interior designers and decorators of Monoceros Interarch Solutions, Ahmedabad. While the living room radiates a comforting feel with its plush couches, the dining space offers a glimpse of luxury. In addition, all the bedrooms combine utility, anthropometrics, ergonomics and aesthetics, whereas, the terrace provides an exciting recreational space. Continue to read to gather more information about every nook and cranny of this revamped bungalow.
The extensive use of wooden accents lends a stunning look to the entrance. The ceiling and the wall behind the cabinet can be seen covered with wood panelling and focus lights to deliver a pleasing effect. The sturdy wooden door with its fine finish provides the much-needed elegance to entire space. Also, the floor features textured marble to create a striking contrast with the wood work.
To lend a modern appeal to this lounge area, without compromising functionality and without breaking the uniformity in the overall minimalist theme, the designers have selected abstractly shaped furniture pieces. Moreover, the contrasting tones of the couches infuse a hint of vibrancy in the otherwise monochromatic setting.
The uniqueness in the design of the furniture pieces can be explored throughout the house. As here, both the two-seaters and the dining chairs instantly grab your attention with their unusual construction. While the two-seaters enhance functionality of the dining space, the dining chairs with their faux leather and tufted design give a sophisticated look to the whole room, and ensure an enjoyable dining experience.
This L-shaped modular kitchen seamlessly packs style, functionality and utility in one well-organized space to meet the diverse requirements of the family members. Its evergreen colour combination of brown and white helps to keep the design subtle, whereas the flawless finish of cabinets makes sure to maintain an elegant appeal. Additionally, the well-planned design of the built-in cabinets offers proper space for modern equipment and also, creates a clutter-free appearance.
Here, the clean and simple design of the TV unit blends in perfectly with the unmatched elegance reflected by rest of the space. Also, the high-gloss laminate covering the built-in wardrobe instantly elevates the sober look of the bedroom, and lends a hint of luxury. The brown furnishings go well with the cream colour of the walls. The fabric blinds further add value to the décor and offer a timeless finish.
The deep blue colour of the furnishings perfectly complements the light tone of the walls and the chevron pattern of the floor. Also, the lights installed above the bed help maintain a dim and cosy feel, whereas the geometric patterns of the shelves offer a textural depth in the otherwise minimally designed room.
The terrace is the most interesting and remarkable area of the house. Half of the section of this terrace has been utilized for creating an enclosed bar by using full length glass partition. The rich wood accents surrounding the glass doors and Victorian style chandeliers provide a vintage look to the bar.
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