A simple and elegant 3 Bedroom apartment with a beautiful balcony that brings the family their own personal haven.
The apartment has a predominant white base colour palette with splashes of colour as and when required. The living room has crisp open layout with flippable mirror fins which create an interesting visual at the same time providing the dining area its much needed privacy. The dining area is complimented with a backing counter right behind which integrates the oven within the storage unit. The seating area is complimented with a french door and georgian bars with a hint of the balcony space. The botanical painting compliments the choice of upholstery on the accent cushions and dining chairs. The Chinar leaves inlayed in the floor
The balcony seamlessly merges the white flooring in the living to the cement flooring thru a hexagonal grid. The ceiling in the balcony is made in faux wood with concealed starry lights to create a starry sky effect during nights. The plants and the bougainville add life to the barbecue counter which can be tucked to the wall when not in use.
The kitchen with a pristine white counter, dado and white back painted glass shutters make the linear kitchen appear larger and spacious.
The master bedroom with a pastel green wallpaper and warm wooden bed back panelling makes the space cosy and warm. The beautiful embroidered fabric by sarita handa makes an impression as wall mounted artworks. The master bathroom on the other hand experiments with rose gold sanitary fittings complimented with black and white inlay on wall.
The Kids bedroom is a white base with a pale yellow niche which holds the toys and compliments the wall with hot air balloon graphics. The blackboard painted elephant makes an excellent surface for kids to scribble on. The refurbished bunk bed now forms a mini-house for the kids which they relate to as their own little haven. The kids bathroom with a checkered flooring pattern flaunts interesting graphics for kids.
The Guest bedroom has a large artwork kind 3D contour which relates to the clients origin from mountainside terrains. These contours are also run thru the wardrobe in the back painted glass for continuity.