Minimal Accents & Pastels with a hint of Traditional Indian Elements for a Residence in Vadodara | Foresight Associates

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Not all indian home designs have to be user-specific! Some designs are challenged and they ought to meet at least the regional-like abilities.  That’s the case when sample houses are involved. Like other sample spaces, this spread of 1235 Sq.ft at Vadodara had to be a deliverable for one and all visiting it. This is indeed a challenge in itself! The design firm, Foresight Associates, Vadodara had a restrictive time span of 60 days with limited economical resources and they turned it into a beautiful neutrally toned elemental abode.

Minimal Accents & Pastels with a hint of Traditional Indian Elements for a Residence in Vadodara | Foresight Associates

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Foresight Associates conceptualized it as a neutral-themed sober residence with minimalistic characteristics and the same color palette across the two storeys. To spice up this neutral, minimalistic, and simplified backdrop comes a dash of traditional-classic elements that work in enhancing the desired attributes and the spatial perceptions. Here, the house is thoughtfully defined by its elements and muted colors, and themes. And the output- airy, spacious, and subdue; ornamented into a dreamy setup.


The living space is minimal and completed neutralized. A definite instinct to the space is added by the play of textures. The wooden flutings in the white act as a backdrop while adding a vertical dimensionality to the space. Appealing colors and patterns are chosen for the sofa tapestries to add versatility and liveliness to the overall vibe. A decent floor rug and the tea-pois work in centralizing the seating setup. The larger window in the space is addressed with a classically designed console, again with pattern overlays and wood. The use of wood extends itself to take over the walls with its linear craftsmanship against the grey wall.

It’s the energizing teal that attributes the first impression of the guest bedroom. A classic indian style wooden headboard, drenching in a mesmerizing teal against the polished wooden appearance works in defining the characteristics of the space. This same concept is worked out for the sliding cupboard doors as well. Here, though a major physical area is reserved for the wood, an equal visual weightage is held by the teal board. It’s the indian elements that beautifully weave themselves with the simplicity of the space.

The master bedroom takes a neutral monotonal palette with earthy woody colors and textures. A rational play of textures and patterns remarkably takes up the space. The wooden headboard extends itself to frame up the wall grasping in a beautiful traditional pattern in its outlook. The frame for the mirror against the one for the artwork is in resemblance to a conscious mirroring effect.

Now, a dash of pastel teal works as a backdrop for all these elements in the rear wall. More of a texture play is added by the wooden louvered done over the cupboards, adding a peculiar vibrancy and boldness to the space. All these plays of traditional elements intertwine into a classic-traditional fusion. Wooden frames and a classic console define the elementality of the longer wall. Again, these wooden textures stand out to be fluent with the desired spatial concept.

The children’s bedroom is chic, classic and full of uplifting vibes. Here is a significant play with wooden beadings stationed to enhance the surfaces all over the space. What acts as a cynosure of attention is the play of wooden beadings set in a circular illusive manner against the pastel wall paint. It works in adding the desired elemental quality while fulfilling the space with exactly the right amount of intervention.

The wooden furniture extends as the window seating creates a unified look. The vertical beading inlay recurs by the window seating and for the cupboards. The ceiling is left plain with lights in a grid for an even light distribution across the space. Hence, a cozy, well-lit, and fluent setup is apt for the sampling purpose.

Fact File

Designed by: Foresight Associates

Project Name: Kishan Signature

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

Project Size: 1235 Sq.ft

Year Built: 2022

Client Name: Dhaval Patel

Text Credit: Megha Hirani

Principal Designers: Shivali Agrawal, Kunal Patel, Azaz Saleh

Photography Credit: Pixellus Photography

Firm’s Instagram Link: Foresight Associates

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