An abode of well-traveled and well-exposed clients was designed by Designer’s Abode as an English shell with well-defined floor-to-ceiling wainscoting with different ceiling styles showcased in all areas. It includes inserts of modern furniture in vibrant colored upholstery, with antique artifacts such as the chandelier above the dining table and nuances such as a small leaf hand-crafted handle in the walk-in closet which later became conversation pieces.
Residential Interior With Modern Design And Antique Artifacts | Designer’s Abode
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Certain areas were intentionally left vacant so that the space gets more of a personal touch as the family grows, with walls to be filled with memories from different places traveled while leaving some empty pockets to build stories and relationships…new beginnings. We, at Designer’s Abode, thus planned the residential interior with modern design and antique artifacts.
The living room is a welcoming space. The backdrop is personalized with a coffered ceiling adaptation to a modern design in a concrete gray color. There are beams running across the living area accentuating the overall scale of the space.
The living room was designed as a spacious uncluttered clean neat space to entertain guests. A bookshelf-cum-showcase piece was designed to be versatile to reflect the residents’ love for collecting souvenirs from across the world and reading books.
An armchair with a floor lamp decorates one of the ends next to a well-lit natural big window which becomes a cozy go-to space for the residents to unwind or grab a cup of coffee.
The dining chairs are done in vibrant turquoise green colored upholstery breaking away from the color palette of the living area and creating a layered definition between the two spaces.
Bar stools placed next to the dining area break away the formality of the structured space, allowing the guests to start conversations more comfortably.
A completely blue-colored wall with a tan colored leatherette sofa neatly sits in front of the paneled walls which is a study area while leaving ample space in between for their 2-year-old to play. The mother can have video calls while having the kid in her line of sight.
This adaptation comes from what the pandemic taught us for the spaces to be multi-functional, leaving us with a sense of being connected. This is also one of the central rooms in the house, which is connected to the dining area, central passage, and the master bedroom.
Beautifully hand-crafted carved wooden details on the wall paneling, the requirement of additional storage were addressed by adding wardrobes in the bedroom; the extra storage was designed intentionally in a merging color so that it creates a backdrop of adding a level of sheen to the space and not taking anything away from it.
The golden-colored wardrobes are easy on the eye and do not create any visual obstruction when the eye moves around, hence resulting in an illusion of a larger free-flowing space.
The color palette of the house was designed conscientiously so that no two rooms or areas should have the same color, leaving splashes of colors all over the place balanced with a neutral shell as that of the walls and ceiling.
Ceiling designs in all areas have an attractive visual design element and the spaces can be defined with unique kinds of lighting.
Designed by : Designer’s Abode
Project Type : Residential Interior
Project Name : Picturesque Abode
Location : Gurgaon
Year Built : 2023
Duration of the project : 4 months
Project Size : 3200 sq.ft
Principal Designer : Saakshi Jaggi
Photograph Courtesy : Vaibhav Bhatia
Products / Materials / Vendors : Paint – Asian Paints / Wallpaper – Arcee Wallpapers.
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