A Classic Design Aesthete of Bold Blues and Monotone Moldings | The Golden Ratio Architects

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Starting with the drawing room, client wanted to have a modernized classic design with richness yet subtle taste. Following the same, we gave a neo classical look with wall moldings on the feature wall with pastel color. Rich blue colored sofa set was out sourced, which blended exactly the same way as we wanted. Most interesting part of the drawing room was center table design, it has a story in itself…! Half circular table was designed out of waste.

A Classic Design Aesthete of Bold Blues and Monotone Moldings | The Golden Ratio Architects

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Initially, we planned a circular console at the entry, but that full circle was looking heavy and so we divided that into two half. One half was used as an entry console and other half was used in the center table in drawing room clubbing it with a sleek rectangular table, forming a nest of table. Entry console is half circle with one side cane shutter. The wall art planned just above is in harmony to the console describing the throne verse (255th verse of the 2nd surah of the Quran).

Moving towards right side is the family area, kitchen living and dining. Kitchen has a Moroccan backsplash tile, giving it a traditional look, to blend it with the interiors, the overheads were planned in Italian pastel color and below counter storage in veneer look laminate. Open kitchen with breakfast stools and a connected living and dining area, keeps all the family members in continuous interaction.

Master bedroom (Parents room) in the front was designed in subtle and elegant brown tones. Charcoal wooden ribs at the corner from woodpicker is the key feature of the room. Wardrobe in PU and veneer finish and circular handles adds to the elegance.

Son’s bedroom was designed in blue tones with the hanging royal blue cushioned bed back. Mirror was planned above the side table in between the panel in blue colour.

Daughter’s room has the most freshness in colors. Wall with random grooves and a resin painting coordinating with the cushion color is the USP of the room.

Fact File

Designed By: The Golden Ratio Architects

Typology: Residence Interior Design

Project Name: A Subtle Color Palette

Location: Indore, Madhya Pradesh

Size: 1800 sq.ft.

Project Cost Appx: 35 Lac

Built: 2021

Duration: 6 Months

Principal Designer: Faraz Wahid

Design Team: Ritika Godha

Photography Credits: Aashendra Gour

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