100+ Modern Bedroom Design Inspiration

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The modern bedroom design is the perfect place at home for relaxation and rejuvenation. While designing and styling your bedroom, you need to keep a lot of things in mind, such as colour, soft furnishings, textures, flooring, furniture etc. All these elements can all be tailored according to your taste, allowing you to create the serene and tranquil haven in your abode.If you’re into decorating your bedroom, make sure you read how home decor affects termite infestations.

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1.The Contemporary Calmness – Upscale Residence with Elegance of Modern Design | Raise Atelier 

Our clients wanted the apartment to be a serene refuge from the busy street, especially the bedrooms the master bedroom created with a monochromatic palette of light beige, Oak veneer and shades of texture—the bed is upholstered in a soft cotton fabric, the walls are covered in oak veneer and neutral share and a distressed wool rug warms the floor. The different textures complement each other and create a soothing atmosphere. The sheer drapery filters the light through the large windows and a pop of color comes from the greenery of Raphis palms.


2.The Contemporary Calmness – Upscale Residence with Elegance of Modern Design | Raise Atelier 

 

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Designed by: Raise Atelier 

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra

Principal Designer: Bodhayan Chakraborty & John Solomon

Photograph Courtesy: kshan Creative, Naitik & Pratik

3.The Extravagance of Muted Palettes Adorn this Residence in Mumbai | M.A.D.E by Urvashi Sathaye and Akshay Creations

Master bedroom is covered in shades of olive green and warm oak wood tones. The built-in wardrobe looks lovely finished in a super matt olive green laminate. The warm oak wood floor creates a beautiful contrast with the green. The bed and side tables are custom made. The bed back wall is kept classic with the addition of a classic set of bedside wall lamps. And a softly patterned wallpaper adds a bit of texture to the room.

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Designed by: M.A.D.E by Urvashi Sathaye and Akshay Creations

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra

Principal Architects: Urvashi Sathaye and Akshay Kulkarni

Photograph Courtesy: Yadnayesh Joshi

4.Effortless Transition of Varying Palettes for Timeless Aesthetics | EnviArch Studio

The master bedroom is doused in an umber warmth, with subtly patterned veneer becoming the frontrunner. The two-panelled headboard is composed of woven cane and teakwood, placed against the bipartite feature wall. The top half of the wall has been finished in grained veneer, whereas the base sports a white vertical shiplap pattern.

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Designed by: EnviArch Studio

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka

Photograph Courtesy: Yash R Jain

Principal Architects: Megha Nanaiah & Shravan Pradeep

5.Symphony Of Earthy Shades for this Residence in Ahmedabad | Studio Invoke

The Master bedroom reflects minimalism with a hint of bohemian vibes. The colour plays of grey and white along with the wooden flooring and veneers add serenity to the space. The slight ray of light entering the room makes the design of the space more peaceful. Vertical tidy lines are used in staggering proportion in the foreground of light tones walls. The bathroom is done in a monolithic way using dark tile in the complete bathroom. Hanging light and glass wardrobes are added to give a more elegant feel to aesthetics.

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Designed by: Studio Invoke

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Photograph Courtesy: Murtaza Gandhi

Principal Architects: Ravi Dave & Anushi Shah

6.Reliving the Roman Era with the Minimal Sophistication is this Residence in Vadodara | Shraddha Architects

White and café latte upholstery provides a serene and minimal comfortable ambience, giving the children’s Bedroom a charming character.

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Designed by: Shraddha Architects

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

Principal Architects: Siddharth Patel & Sheenal Patel

Photograph Courtesy: Photographix India

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

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.

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Designed by: Foresight Associates

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

Principal Designers: Shivali Agrawal, Kunal Patel, Azaz Saleh

Photography Credit: Pixellus Photography

8.Residence that Exhibits Traditional Motifs With Contemporary Design Elements in Fine Balance | D IT Architecture Studio

Unique oak veneer is used on the cot, custom made according to the client.

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Designed by: D IT Architecture Studio

Location: Chennai, Tamil Nadu

Principal Architects: Preethi Madhana Kumar

Photograph Courtesy: Yashjain

9.Vernacular Approach for Upscale Luxury | Design Kacheri

The interiors are very minimal. Every material and element of the structure is highlighted in its true self. Exposed bricks, earthen walls and exposed concrete with contrasting black stone floor becomes the feature in each space. Beds, sofas, chairs and wardrobes are custom made in cane. Some of the old cane and wooden furniture were sourced and re-purposed too. Local stone artisans, cane craftsmen, potters and plantation workers who were unemployed during non-harvest months were trained and employed.

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Designed by: Design Kacheri

Location: Chikmagalur, Karnataka

Principal Architects: Chaitra Saraf, Nidhish Kurup

Photograph Courtesy: Shamanth Patil

10.Symphony of Classic Design Elements creating Dramatic Sciagraphy | Illusion Design Studio

Muted tones adorn the house-exposed concrete, white, and a pinch of beige, with the occasional splash of pastels in the bedrooms. The embellishments in engraved veneer are another creative innovation. A happy accident, we noticed that the singed CNC cut veneer fit perfectly with the color scheme. Done for the first time in the city, this engraved veneer is revolutionary in its installation.

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Designed by: Illusion Design Studio

Location: Ahmednagar, Maharashtra

Principal Architects: Shashank Pawar & Shruti Somani-Pawar

Photograph Courtesy: Parthavi Yadav Studios

11.Merging Rooted Indian Heritage and a Contemporary Guesthouse | Studio Skapa Architects

Decadent yet minimalist, the ensuite master bedroom is a space steeped in character and offers an ingenious take on raw materiality. “The client’s brief dictated the desire to create a dark, cozy, and sanctuary-sequel space. The sheer volume of the room and its lofty sloping ceilings brewed architectural drama that was untapped potential awaiting exploration! We experimented across its surfaces, the walls, floors, and ceilings in tow; manifesting as focal elements that dabble in simple materials seen in an unconventional light,” adds Charita.

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Design by: Studio Skapa Architects

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka

Principal Architect: Charita Kishore Rupa

Photography Courtesy: Yash R Jain  

12.Mashrabiya – Marrying Traditional family values of Togetherness with Architectural Framework | FORM Design Studio

The bedrooms carry a simplistic theme in the same white shell and a warm toned flooring dotted with traditional motifs. Carefully planned openings bring in views from terrace balconies and triple height courtyard to establish visual connection between spaces. In the main bedroom, the façade jaili forms beautiful intricate shadow patterns while also blocking glare and allowing a beautiful view of the garden across the lane.

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Designed by: FORM Design Studio

Location: Indore, Madhya Pradesh

Team Design Credits: Nikhil Marmat, Mustafa Topiwala, Murtaza Topiwala

Photograph Courtesy: Avesh Gaur

13. Residence that Scripts the Intangible for Dramatic Design Interventions | Manoj Patel Design Studio

One of the master bedroom’s on the ground floor is linked with courtyard that treats for some resort ambient. The owners wanted to greet themselves with nature on waking up daily and have some fresh air flow during the day for relaxation. Transforming the identity of backdrops, an attempt to depict natural material palette on wall, green textured tiles are juxtapose with stone patterned tiles in curve forms to create large wall art.  Feel of materials attract the curiosity of viewers to feel it.

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Designed by: Manoj Patel Design Studio

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

Principal Architect: Manoj Patel

Photograph Courtesy: Murtaza Gandhi

14.Dominance of Earthy Palette in This Minimally Designed Residence | Archaic Design Studio

Master bedroom has lot of playfully used geometry – use of semicircles on the wardrobe, circular wall frames above headboard and the circular pattern on the TV unit wall. The wooden flooring makes the room distinct. Headboard has white leather finish, wall has zink texture and wardrobe has veneer and PU finish. The sleek working desk adds to the utility of the space. Hanging wardrobe unit makes the bedroom space look wide and open.

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Designed by: Archaic Design Studio

Principal Designer: Kalpesh Mewada

Photograph Courtesy: Inclined Studio

15.Reflecting Modernist Techniques with a hint of Contemporary | Darshan Chheda Atelier

A gold leafing texture behind the bed, wardrobes are super matt mauve contrasting brushed gold and key dressing mirror so as to visually enlarge a compact room.

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Designed by: Darshan Chheda Atelier

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra

Principal Designer: Rashi Chheda

Photograph CourtesyKuber Shah

16.Weighty Dose of Contemporary Art Infused with Elegance in this Residence | Yellow Door Architects

The master bedroom and children’s bedroom lie at the end of the corridor. A private dressing nook is created in the master bedroom using the wardrobe as a screen, and it also helped in providing a minimal look inside the bedroom. The theme of the house continues behind the carmine headboard with brass strips inlayed in the light timber paneling.

Designed by: Yellow Door Architects

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka

Principal Architects: Joshua John & Juhi Patel

Photography courtesy: Shamanth Patil

17.Naked House: Redefining Minimalism with Newer Perspectives | studio TAB

Nakedness reveals the brutally honest nature of the design in its purest form with nothing in disguise. A paradoxical project where one had to maneuver through complexities to deliver the simple. And simple surely has been most satisfying.

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Designed by: studio TAB

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka

Principal Architects:  Rahul Das Menon & Ojas Chaudhari

Photograph CourtesyNayan soni

18.Goan Home that Reflects Tropical Design with Multi-Cultured Elements | Rika Architecture

Deep blue walls, pine flooring and white ceiling forms an unique contrast making the master bedroom spectacular, luxurious, place of ultimate comfort to relax. The view of the veranda opening onto the terrace is fantastic.

Designed by: Rika Architecture

Location: Pune, Maharashtra

Principal Designer: Richa Khawte, Kaustubh Pardikar

Photography Courtesy: Mr. Hemant Patil

19.Residence that Showcases Subtle Tints with Modern Design Elements | Studio DSA

The list of materials starts with the whole floor laid with Italian marble with the combination of grey and black in parts, further exposed concrete finished panels used with veneer, brass and teak finished furniture, finally combining all these materials with normal bright colours giving the whole project an essence of closure.

20.Residence that Showcases Subtle Tints with Modern Design Elements | Studio DSA

21.Residence that Showcases Subtle Tints with Modern Design Elements | Studio DSA

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Designed By: Studio DSA

Location : Vadodara, Gujarat

Principal Designers: Rudhav Sharma, Dilip Sharma

Photograph Courtesy: Udit buch

22. Unison of Casual Ethinic with a Bold Palette | Green Squares Design Studio

The guest bedroom also accessed from the dining room has an interesting play of elements. The east wall window lets in light to a camel yellow fluted wall behind the bed. The golden glow emitted by it is supported by a black upholstered headboard. To help perceive the room as a bigger space, the wardrobe is designed to float with a bronze mirrored lower cabinet and a deep niche created at the bed level. The floor appears to be doubled reducing the visual weight in the room.

23. Unison of Casual Ethinic with a Bold Palette | Green Squares Design Studio

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Designed By: Green Squares Design Studio

Location : Gandhinagar, Gujarat

Principal Architects : Bhavik Mehta & Jaimini Mahida

Photograph Courtesy: Aaditya Kulkarni

24. Space that Exudes Simplicity, Texturally Rich Yet Minimal | House Of Ruya

From the custom coloured fluted panels acting as a headboard to the wood featured in the TV unit to the small walk-in closet where we featured a sliding mirror door to make the closet appear larger. Every element in this room is placed to keep it simple and chic.

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Designed by: House of Ruya

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka

Principal Architect: Aishwarya Govind

Photography courtesy: phosartstudio

25. Modern Minimal Residence with Elements of Muted Luxury Design | Rawat Design Studio

The combination of wood and brass accents makes the Parents Bedroom a mature place. The handles for the wardrobes and artwork behind the Bed were custom design and built in brass. A side table was carved out from the bulky wardrobe next to the bed to make it sleeker.

26. Modern Minimal Residence with Elements of Muted Luxury Design | Rawat Design Studio

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Designed by: Rawat Design Studio

Location : Nashik, Maharashtra

Principal Architects : Sumeet Rawat, Geetika Bajpai

Photograph Courtesy: Yash Kataria

27. Bracing for Vernacular Finishes with traces of Modern Design Design Inc.

The bungalow has 5 bedrooms, with an exclusive feature, providing statement to the space. Parents bedroom have a lively pre-fabricated concrete triangular patterned bed head wall and entertainment unit wall, framed in wood, intercepted by similar patterned window, amalgamated with tinted grey triangular floor, done using precast concrete tiles, has earmarked its presence through sobriety.

28. Bracing for Vernacular Finishes with traces of Modern Design Design Inc.

29. Bracing for Vernacular Finishes with traces of Modern Design Design Inc.

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Designed by: Design Inc.

Location : Udaipur, Rajasthan

Principal Architects: Anup Murdia & Sandeep Jain

Photograph Courtesy: Pratikruti

30. The Nilamber Grandeur Bungalow is a Beautiful Combination of Natural Colours | Design Studio Architects & Interiors

Marble is the go-to choice for the flooring in this master bedroom. The accent lights beside the bed and natural lights oozing out of the windows finely illuminate the room. The entire room is neutral-toned with a wooden backdrop behind the bed and over the ceiling, making it extravagantly stylish.

31. The Nilamber Grandeur Bungalow is a Beautiful Combination of Natural Colours | Design Studio Architects & Interiors

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Designed By: Design Studio Architects & Interiors

Location : Vadodara, Gujarat

Principal Architect:  Ruchir Sheth

Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah

32. Minimal Design Dwelling with Simplistic Textures and Subtle Statement Décor | A J Architects

A perforated peached wall welcome with striking tan colored sofa & wooden chair. The continuity of color palette is refreshing the mood with warm lighting. Kitchen & dining has an illusive partition to make space more elegant & cleaner. While we enter in a room, we can find delicate niche at window for relaxation and watching sunset.

33. Minimal Design Dwelling with Simplistic Textures and Subtle Statement Décor | A J Architects

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Designed by: A J Architects

Location : Surat, Gujarat

Principal Architect: Akshay Jariwala

Photograph Courtesy: Noaidwin Sttudio

34. Profound Simplicity with Focus on Uncluttered, Earthy Minimal Design | Muse Architects

The master bedroom has also imbibed a similar theme with meticulous details of furniture. The mirror here works as a piece of aesthetic that breaks the geometrical barriers and the flow of defined lines in the space.

35. Profound Simplicity with Focus on Uncluttered, Earthy Minimal Design | Muse Architects

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Designed By: Muse Architects

Location: Surat, Gujarat

Principal Architect: Urvi Mistry

Photograph courtesy: Nilkanth Bharucha

36. Earthy Sophistication with Whimsical Color Palette redefines Contemporary Architecture | Saleek Ahmed Architecture

Natural stones from ‘Kota’ and ‘Kadapa’ have been used in the flooring to provide cooling and slip resistance. The terracotta lattice in the living and dining rooms aid in good cross ventilation, making use of nature’s air, which is so essential in the warm humid tropical context in which the house is located.

37. Earthy Sophistication with Whimsical Color Palette redefines Contemporary Architecture | Saleek Ahmed Architecture

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Designed By: Saleek Ahmed Architecture

Location: Pathanamthitta, Kerala

Principal Architect : Saleek Ahmed

Photograph Courtesy : Turtlearts Photography

38. Achieving Elegance with Simplistic Forms and Neutral Colors is this Modern Design House | Bizzle

The Kids’ room, designed for two young boys, is a beautifully lit space flanked by the glass façade on two sides. A bright, fabric clad, fluted freestanding headboard at the center of the room is complimented by custom designed, quirky blue side tables and TV console. A cozy reading corner and a compact study desk integrate dexterously by the window. The wardrobe shutters and bathroom door flush seamlessly with the veneer wall paneling on one side of the room.

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Designed by: Bizzle

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra

Principal Architect: Rishi Raj Barpujari

Photograph Courtesy: Pulkit Sehgal

39. Rustic Textures and Asymmetric Elements compose this Luxury Interior Design Residence | Design Dialogue Studio

What the client wanted and was quintessential to our design approach in any part of this project – is for the spaces and the designs to truly reflect the client’s personality. This Rustic Luxe and Bold elegance theme gave us an opportunity to
create a fun, inviting and a cosy home.

Designed By: Design Dialogue Studio

Location: Hyderabad

Principal Designers: Amulya and Prashanthi

40. Characterizing Leisure Living with Contemporary Architecture | i2a Architects

The Hub, illustrating a solid and bold façade, contradicts its relaxed interiors, with every void overpowered by greenery and natural light. A breath of fresh air, this home seamlessly incorporates open spaces into built ones, renouncing the joys of everyday life and sustaining its opacity to the environment.

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Designed By: i2a Architects

Location: Kerala

Principal Architects: Manuraj C R

Photography Credits: Turtlearts Photography

41. Manifesting Art Deco Design in All its Elegance and Luxe | Designerwork

Breaking the rules – this is what the master bedroom is all about. It is an affair of burgundy ceiling and warms grey walls. A beautiful amalgamation of contemporary furniture with neo classical wall mouldings and ceiling ornamentation, brings a different zest to the room. The master bedroom was fairly small with a large bathroom, so we mindfully downsized the bathroom in order to fit a personal walking wardrobe space. 

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Designed By: Designerwork

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra

Principal Designers: Smit Bhagat & Rajvi Mehta

Photography Credits: 21 Frames

42. Modern Design House of Indian Aesthetics and Contemporary Sensibilities | 7D Design Studio

Master bedroom symbolizes element of luxury. On the headboard paneling and wardrobe, the gold metallic profile is forming clean figure over white surface with sharp wooden figures aside. The chest of drawers has design details over the conceal handle and the edges. Not to miss the vertical exposed shelf dominating the wall.

43. Modern Design House of Indian Aesthetics and Contemporary Sensibilities | 7D Design Studio

44. Modern Design House of Indian Aesthetics and Contemporary Sensibilities | 7D Design Studio

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Designed By: 7D Design Studio

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra

Principal Designers: Mukesh Vegaad and Divyaa Tank

Photography Credits: Umang Shah

45. Housing Contemporary Interiors with Enchantingly Bold Palette | One Habitat Studio

The master room is an epitome of luxury and it offers a complete empathetic connection to the user. The custom made round artwork illuminates when lit from back and sets a beautiful backdrop for the bed. Here, the geometry of lines flow from the bed to the artwork & to the headboard. The space offers excellent warmth and coziness. The wardrobe is completely finished in veneer and has custom made full height handles polished in black.

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Designed By: One Habitat Studio

Location: Pune, Maharashtra

Principal Architect: Yash Shah and Anuja Shah

Photography Credits: Onil Shah

46. Multitude of Design Details and Décor Accents Enliven this Modern Design Apartment | U and I Designs

The master bedroom is a peaceful sanctuary. The clients wanted the room to feel relaxed and restful and hence we dressed this space in neutrals, highlighting the headboard wall in the most tender green texture. An oversized headboard framed in wood, upholstered in a dusky gray fabric set the mood.

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Designed ByU and I Designs

Location: Bengaluru, Karnataka

Principal Designers: Aniketh Bafna and Sonal Mutha

Photography Credits: PHX India

47. Inspired by Vernacular Architecture with Modern Design Sensibilities | Farsa Buildesign

The spaces are planned keeping in mind the time of use and the optimal requirement of light. Interiors are deliberately devoid of decor, but becomes a canvas for the ever changing play of natural light, which is more experiential than visual. 

48. Inspired by Vernacular Architecture with Modern Design Sensibilities | Farsa Buildesign

49. Inspired by Vernacular Architecture with Modern Design Sensibilities | Farsa Buildesign

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Designed By: Farsa Buildesign

Location: Kerala

Principal Architect: Risiyas Farsa

50. Blend of Playful Textures and Eclectic Minimalism makes this Contemporary Home | Studio Banyan Tree

Overall the whole house gives a style statement of the class and resonates with elegant design features. During pandemic times we realized that it is very much needed to have a mini home theater for entertainment purposes. We have provided a small personalized home theater catering to this need. 

51. Blend of Playful Textures and Eclectic Minimalism makes this Contemporary Home | Studio Banyan Tree

52. Blend of Playful Textures and Eclectic Minimalism makes this Contemporary Home | Studio Banyan Tree

53. Blend of Playful Textures and Eclectic Minimalism makes this Contemporary Home | Studio Banyan Tree

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Designed By: Studio Banyan Tree

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

Principal Architect: Priyanka Joshi Marathe

Photograph Courtesy: Darshan Dave

54. Contemporary Home with Artistic Extravagance and Polished Aesthetics | Chestnut Storeys

The guest room has been kept smart and  chic with a wooden frame Shake bed and  leather backing. Wall mounted two armed  light, study table in a corner extension,  mirror finished wardrobe, bedding from  address home and accessories from Souk  complete the look of this room.

55. Contemporary Home with Artistic Extravagance and Polished Aesthetics | Chestnut Storeys

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Designed By: Chestnut Storeys

Location: Chennai

Principal Architect: Farah Agarwal

Photograph Courtesy: Ishita Sitwala

56. Elegance of Chic Interiors in this Modern Minimalist House | Studio SB

Introducing ‘METAMORPHOSE’, our high end luxury residential project. This 1250 sq.ft apartment has been drastically transformed from two very old somber flats, a 3BHK of 680 sq.ft & a 2BHK of 570 sq.ft to a brand new high end luxury apartment, modern minimalist house which has only 2 Bedrooms, a study cum library, powder room & a kitchen, where rooms are designed keeping spaciousness a priority and which speaks openness in its planning!

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Designed By: Studio SB

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra

Principal Architect: Saumitra Bhatkhalkar

Photography Credits: Pulkit Sehgal

57. Minimal Living and Sustainable Dwelling | Dipen Gada & Associates

Second floor is having 1 bedroom at the back side and terrace in the front in 3 houses having 4 bedrooms each and 2 bedrooms in each side in another 3 houses having 5 bedrooms each.

58. Minimal Living and Sustainable Dwelling | Dipen Gada & Associates

59. Minimal Living and Sustainable Dwelling | Dipen Gada & Associates

60. Minimal Living and Sustainable Dwelling | Dipen Gada & Associates

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Designed By: Dipen Gada & Associates

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

Principal Architect: Dipen Gada

Photography Credits: Tejas Shah Photography

61. Le Tranquil : Modern Minimalist House of Tropical Architecture | Studio Whitescape

This project could be described as a modern minimalist architecture adopting the principles of tropical architecture and design blurring the lines between indoor & outdoor; Inviting yet providing privacy with exposed concrete compound walls contrasting with timber gates. Le Tranquil is a modern minimalist built-form, the languages arrived allows for a clear reading of the archetypal elements of solid, void & planes with the use of devises such as screens & light courts. The vocabulary caters for the specific program & specific lifestyle & for rudimentary concerns for comfort & shelter.  

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Designed By: Studio Whitescape

Location: Puducherry

Principal Architect: Manjunath C N

Photography Credits: PHX India

62. Minimal Design with Neutral Palette in Contemporary Setting | J Architects

Bedroom is beautifully designed to match the requirements and love for reading and music. Monotony of elongated wardrobe in white is broken with a beautiful corner library and a reading space. This space is developed as a reading nook and the cozy couch ensures a relaxed experience. The colors used are white for wall cabinets contrasting with teal family used in reading nook, tv unit, headboard and couch fabric. The alcohol art piece with wooden rectilinear grooves in the backdrop alleviate main wall of the room. 

63. Minimal Design with Neutral Palette in Contemporary Setting | J Architects

64. Minimal Design with Neutral Palette in Contemporary Setting | J Architects

65. Minimal Design with Neutral Palette in Contemporary Setting | J Architects

66. Minimal Design with Neutral Palette in Contemporary Setting | J Architects

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Designed By: J Architects

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

Principal Architect: Jay Thakkar

Photography Credits: MK Gandhi

67. Weaving Comfort and Nostalgia with Minimal Design in The White Dwelling | The Monochrome Studio

The Master Bedroom opens up to a terrace adding up ample amounts of light to the bedroom fusing with primary element of minimal design. The four poster bed was chosen to instate luxury with simplicity in the master bedroom. Keeping the material palette same, a full size mirror was added to the bedside enhancing the volume of the space and adding an old world charm with the mirror frame design. The soft beige wall texture behind and adjacent to the bed hints to the warmth in the room. The small study assists with brightly lit WFH hours.

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Designed By: The Monochrome Studio

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka

Principal Architect: Pooja Chaudhari

Photography Credits: Shinescapes

68. Raw, Warm and Natural is the Design Language of these Breezy Apartment Interiors in Pune | SRDS

The house is a composition of various textures and finishes. The colors – subtle yet warm – liven the spaces. The house is a canvas that allows for furniture and accessories in a variety of colors and textures to happily coexist.

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Designed by : SRDS ( Shrutika Raut Design Studio )

Location : Balewadi, Pune.

Principal Architect : Ar. Shrutika Raut

Photograph Courtesy : Hemant Patil Photographer

69. Modern Minimalist House Combined with Simplicity | Studio 7 Designs

Pastel color shade transfers you to a relaxed zone and puts you at ease after a long day by just stepping inside, in this room we have tried adding a pastel shade to the wardrobe to add a pop of color to break the monotony of the shades range used and give the space a soothing effect.

70. Modern Minimalist House Combined with Simplicity | Studio 7 Designs

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Designed By: Studio 7 Designs

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

Photography Credits: Tejas Shah Photography

Design Team: Unnati Patel, Rajnysh Rami

71. Biophilic Design and Concrete Minimalism are Striking Undertones in JS Residence, Vadodara | The Crossboundaries

The elder son’s master bedroom flooring is covered with green kota stone in galicha pattern. Illuminating wall art and the hues of peach and greys leave the room looking fresh. Storage in this room is discreetly scooped out but barely visible since it is flushed, including its handles. Tv unit has an exposed concrete back which accessorizes the ceiling with surface lights and an exposed electrical grid. Optimizing the space, a folding study table is provided which barely takes up space and is hardly noticeable when closed.

72. Biophilic Design and Concrete Minimalism are Striking Undertones in JS Residence, Vadodara | The Crossboundaries

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Designed By: The Crossboundaries

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

Principal Architect: Harsh Boghani

Photography Credits: Umang Shah

73. Transitional Classic Interiors with Subtle Hues and Bold Elements in this Residence in Ludhiana The Design Cube

The French adopt the same laissez-faire attitude towards interiors as they do with their style. Keep it simple, mix vintage with new, and allow your memories and treasures brought home from travels to shape the space rather than sticking to one style.

74. Transitional Classic Interiors with Subtle Hues and Bold Elements in this Residence in Ludhiana The Design Cube

74. Transitional Classic Interiors with Subtle Hues and Bold Elements in this Residence in Ludhiana The Design Cube

Designed By: The Design Cube

Principal Architect: Simran Bhargave

Photography Credits: The Lensman

Location: Ludhiana, Punjab

75. Residence Interiors in Mumbai Stirs a Fresh Approach to Contemporary Interior Design | HS Designs

The bed, console and wardrobes all feature the same wood repeated in different patterns of grooving and molding. A lime and sage green on the wall opposite the bed makes the room soft, versatile and refreshing. The location of the toilet was changed from the original to carve out a space for wardrobes, console and dresser to give it a bigger entrance instead of narrow passage. 

76. Residence Interiors in Mumbai Stirs a Fresh Approach to Contemporary Interior Design | HS Designs

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Designed By: HS Designs

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra

Principal Designer: Hansi S.

Photography Credits: Riddhi Parekh

77. Residence Adorned with Simplicity and Creative Modernism in Bangalore : Brass and Hues 

Our young client wanted to create a space where he would feel a sense of his own and that went along the lines of “bright”, “bold” and “colorful”.  With Orange being his favorite color, we played around it with blue and grey to offset it and made a cozy and fun den for him. A striped daybed in the middle of his cupboard is perfect for an afternoon of reading for him.

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Designed By: House Of Ruya

Location: Bangalore

Principal Architect: Aishwarya Govind

Photograph CourtesyPhotographix

78. Striking Balance of Elegant Design and Sophistication is a Salient Feature of this Residence in Ahmedabad | Projects 3.14

The master bed sits on four spherical wooden bollards surrounded by furniture made of rattan and block printed linen upholstery.  The boxed lounge that opens into the balcony is inspired by the local flora and fauna where the textured shutters are treated with an ebullient hand painted mural. The peppy pink sofa with brass legs sits over the neutral backdrop of lime and wood.

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Designed by: Projects 3.14

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Principal Architects: Noopur Shah & Chinmay Patel

Photograph Courtesy: Ishita Sitwala

79. The Unconventional Finesse of Brick-and-Mortar In This Expansively Luxurious Residence | K.N.ASSOCIATES

Located in the south west, this bedroom has a traditional bed and a jharokha. Opening onto the garden, it has its own porch with antique pillars. “Nothing in this home has been imported,” says Joshi. “All the new furniture was made on site.”

80. The Unconventional Finesse of Brick-and-Mortar In This Expansively Luxurious Residence | K.N.ASSOCIATES

Designed byK.N.ASSOCIATES

Location: Old Padra Road, Vadodara

Principal Architect: Narendra Joshi & Pritesh Patel

Photograph courtesy: Tejas Shah photography

81. Overlooking Concrete Modernism this Residence brings the Much Needed Calm and Respite | Studio Ruh

The master suite has been created by incorporating the balcony within the revised layout, thereby maximizing the blueprint. The design intent was tethered to creating a sanctuary of sorts for Radeesh where every inch of the space echoes serenity and understated beauty. With a muted palette, the room is layered snugly with hues and prints via soft furnishings, selected antiques, and art.

82. Overlooking Concrete Modernism this Residence brings the Much Needed Calm and Respite | Studio Ruh

Designed by: Studio Ruh

Location: Bangalore

Principal Architect: Kavya Sheth

Photography courtesyMeister Meister (Gokull Rao Kadam)

83. Gulati Niwas : An Apartment Interior Design Transforming Space With Charm And Tranquil | Kaizaad Mehta Architects

The parent’s bedroom maintains the existing wooden flooring and presents an uncluttered relaxing space. A hue of pastel pink splashes over the main wall above the grey bed-back. Sconces and oval shaped mirrors flagged on either side blend with design palate seamlessly.  A touch of grey on the white panelled doors of the wardrobe compliments the bed-back and a soft bench parallel to the bed. Opposite, a grey void breaks through the white panelled storage with wood finished knobs that reflect the flooring. 

Designed by :  Kaizaad Mehta Architects

Location : D. N. Nagar, Mumbai

Principal Architects : Kaizaad Mehta and Abhishek Roy

Photograph Courtesy: Aditya Warlikar

84. Apartment Interiors Having Adequate Spaces Catering to its Functions with Ample Sunlight and Natural Ventilation | Usine Studio

The neutral palette continues in kitchen too, making it look more open and larger with multiple cabinets and drawers that suffice the client’s storage need. It is connected to utility area and servant room in rear side. 

85. Apartment Interiors Having Adequate Spaces Catering to its Functions with Ample Sunlight and Natural Ventilation | Usine Studio

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Designed by : Usine Studio

Location : Bhayli, Vadodara

Principal Architects : Yatin Kavaiya & Jiten Tosar

Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah Photography

86. Beachside Bachelor Pad : Epitome of Freedom and Fun With Youthful Subtlety | AVVO Architects

From floor to wall to ceiling there is a vision of love for whites. The robustness of console unit, the “Infinity” wall piece and honeycomb chiseled wooden ceiling signify the voyagers at sea. The entrance foyer and bedroom being divided by a sleek glass partition gives the resident the best of both worlds, while the chestnut wood veneer and the concrete wall lay their warmth on the bed.

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Designed by : AVVO Architects

Location : Mumbai

Principal Architect : Raj Kothari

Photography Courtesy : Aspire Studios

87. Subtle, Neutral Colours With A Mix of Matte and Glossy Elements in this 4BHK Apartment | 9 Degree Design Studio

A laudable master bedroom design seals the deal in this haven. The general theme of the master bedroom is minimalistic and glitzy. The pastel shades reflect the charming personality and beliefs of the couple. The fancy cushioned headboard next to the elegant bedding illustrates that even small efforts can create exquisite designs. While the flooring is lustrous, the accent wall boasts of meticulous geometric patterns. Another captivating feature is the wardrobe design. The wall-mounted TV unit is framed with adoration and looks every bit fancy as well as classical.

88. Subtle, Neutral Colours With A Mix of Matte and Glossy Elements in this 4BHK Apartment | 9 Degree Design Studio

89. Subtle, Neutral Colours With A Mix of Matte and Glossy Elements in this 4BHK Apartment | 9 Degree Design Studio

90. Subtle, Neutral Colours With A Mix of Matte and Glossy Elements in this 4BHK Apartment | 9 Degree Design Studio

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Designed by : 9 Degree Design Studio

Location : Ahmedabad

Principal Architect : Chirag Mehta

Photograph courtesy : Inclined Studio

91. 4BHK Apartment Design with Glamorous and Memorable Spaces, in Whites, Greys and Warm Browns | The Crossboundaries

The bedroom adjacent to the dining area is an exploration of wickerwork and warm tones. A consolidated wardrobe in wood and cane extends into a beautiful study table and wooden shelving, through a beautiful composition of curved edges and soft lines. This bed space exudes a mature warmth, affirmed by the custom-designed bed and headboard. The bed appears to be floating, similar to the backlit circular artwork hung on the headboard which is finished in wooden strips. A window next to the bed overlooks the terrace and greens, allowing in natural light which casts a mellow glow in the space. 

92. 4BHK Apartment Design with Glamorous and Memorable Spaces, in Whites, Greys and Warm Browns | The Crossboundaries

93. 4BHK Apartment Design with Glamorous and Memorable Spaces, in Whites, Greys and Warm Browns | The Crossboundaries

94. 4BHK Apartment Design with Glamorous and Memorable Spaces, in Whites, Greys and Warm Browns | The Crossboundaries

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Designed by: The Crossboundaries

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat, India

Principal Architect: Harsh & Shailesh Boghani

Photograph Courtesy: Vinay Panjwani

95. “The Contemporary Taupe” :  A Home with Variety of Timeless Materials, Patterns and Textures in a Neutral Palette | Spaxis Design

With subdued colours of grey-cream-brown, the master bedroom is an oasis of calmness. The box-bed, the floating side table and the elongated headboard are surely an element of surprise. The vanity, with closely paneled wood and a matching table create the right ambience with the backlit mirror and the reverse lighting.

96. “The Contemporary Taupe” :  A Home with Variety of Timeless Materials, Patterns and Textures in a Neutral Palette | Spaxis Design

97. “The Contemporary Taupe” :  A Home with Variety of Timeless Materials, Patterns and Textures in a Neutral Palette | Spaxis Design

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Designed by :  Spaxis Design

Location : Vadodara, Gujarat

Principal Architect : Sanjana Kantawala & Helly Shah

Photography Courtesy : Pixellus Photography

98. Opulent and Well Curated Sense of Space Making in this Vaastu Adhered Twin House | Jalihal Associates

The master bedrooms display a warm and detail rich vocabulary , chevron patterned wooden floor laid in between bays of carrara marble accentuating the bed area , a console table sitting against a chevron patterned wall paneling finished in a matte PU beige tone and the same chevron pattern running across the room on the bed back and the wardrobe shutters . Contrasting upholstery add the topping to the subtle tones.

99. Opulent and Well Curated Sense of Space Making in this Vaastu Adhered Twin House | Jalihal Associates

100. Opulent and Well Curated Sense of Space Making in this Vaastu Adhered Twin House | Jalihal Associates

101. Opulent and Well Curated Sense of Space Making in this Vaastu Adhered Twin House | Jalihal Associates

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Designed by : Jalihal Associates

Location : Belgaum, Karnataka

Principal Architect : Juned Jalihal

Photograph Courtesy : Shamanth Patil Photography

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