When we met the family who would be residing in this 3BHK spacious flat, they explained how they wanted their space to remain as spacious as it visually appeared. This apartment styled in Contemporary Design is situated in Ambernath, Thane for a doctors’ family and their two young daughters.
Apartment Styled In Contemporary Design | VASTU AARAMBH
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In this project, we used combinations of veneers for only the entrance and living area. For the safety door, we used brown glass instead of a grill to give it an elegant look and to maintain privacy. In the foyer area, we added a bronze mirror and wooden pattern to give a specious look to this compact area.
The client wanted a huge TV unit and space to accommodate the Ganesha idol during the festival, so we designed the whole space with veneer and to create a divide we added a charcoal sheet, the whole unit looks united with a physical divide.
To complement the living room, we designed the ceiling with a moulding design and added a blackish-golden chandelier to give it a classy look.
For convenience, the Corkery unit is designed on the common wall of the dining space and kitchen area with an easy access opening connected to the crockery unit, this makes it very convenient to serve from the kitchen without needing to walk from the kitchen to the dining space.
The passage between the living room and bedrooms is designed with a unique illuminated floating ceiling which makes the space lighten up which usually doesn’t have access to natural light.
The Master bedroom has a mustard-grey theme with a golden touch, the headboard is designed with stone-finished material with golden strips in between. on the opposite, the whole wall is designed with a single panel which hides the door of the attached bathroom and the groove design on the panel makes it look seamless and helps to merge the bathroom door with the tv unit.
The girls’ bedroom is designed keeping in mind the young age of the occupant, the curved design with dessert glow and colonial blue colour theme used for the room adds a playfulness to the space.
Designed by : VASTU AARAMBH
Project Type : Residential
Project Name : Summer Home
Location : Ambernath, Thane
Year Built : 2022
Duration of project : 6 Months
Project Size : 1250 Sq.ft.
Project Cost : 40 Lacs
Principal Designer : Vishakha Kulkarni
Photograph Courtesy : shank_otari
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