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Ganesh Nair of Whitespace design firm has crafted the interiors of this Bengaluru residence in ways that effortlessly meld the modern with Indian ethnic. Decorative mouldings, luxe metallic surfaces and a largely neutral scheme with splashes of bold colours define the space.

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The Panchal’s Residence : A Cosy 1,030 sqft, Mumbai Home by RN Designs

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Designed by RN Designs, this Modern Apartment located in Mumbai exudes warmth and simplicity with clean lines, thereby creating a rich ambience that embraces the lighting of early morning and late afternoon. The Color palette of bold hues & touch of soft colors makes this residence delectable alluring.

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A Warm & Cosy, 2bhk Surat Home, by Shalk Design Studio

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This Cosy two-bedroom apartment narrates a story of a minimalistic and utilitarian home that is splashed with colours in the right proportions to add a freshness to the space while also remaining unflinchingly true to the functionality and needs of the clients.

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A Cosy, 2bhk Bengaluru Home, designed for a young couple

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Bengaluru based Design Firm, House of Ruya designs a Cosy, 2bhk in Bengaluru, for a Young Couple & their little one. Elegance, minimalism and functionality find their ways into this abode. An East facing main door marks the entrance right inside the living room.

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The Victorian Influence : “A Gorgeous Ahmedabad Villa” by SpaceKarma Designs

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For this Ahmedabad-based villa project, the Client wanted a minimal style in Neutral Shades of greys, brown and whites. They had just moved back to India after living abroad for 7 years. Early on in the discussions, our Principal Architect realized that they needed something special, a design that would intrigue them even after a few years of living there.

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A Cosy 1,293 sqft, Mumbai Weekend Home, by Spaces 11

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First time when we visited the space, we noticed rooms to be airy, had sufficient light from windows along south and north walls with unobstructive views. To accommodate the client’s wish for a bright and spacious home, we focused on design that would support such transformation.

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House A&A at Anna Nagar, Chennai by Sai Lakshmi Architects

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The brief called for easy movement, comfortable seating and minimal decor. At the same time, the language had to fulfil the son’s preference for a modern, clean-lined aesthetic. We managed to combine these varied sensibilities into a cohesive aesthetic.

The main door opens directly into an invisible intersection between the living and dining areas, anchored by the wall opposite the entrance, which features fluted wooden panels with a mirror center piece.

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Spacelift: Transform your balcony into a gorgeous oasis, with Twinkle Khanna

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Who said you couldn’t have a beautiful yet functional space in your home without creating a gaping hole in your bank account? Let’s debunk that myth, shall we? Our Tweak founder, Twinkle Khanna puts her hard hat back on in our new DIY design series, Spacelift, a show where she will be giving quick tweaks and tips on how you can do makeovers around your house.

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An elegant 2,000 sqft, 4Bhk, Mumbai Home, by LC Architects

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Home to a Family of 4 located in Lokhandwala, Andheri West, Mumbai Suburbs, Maharashtra, this 4 Bhk, 2000 sq.ft abode primarily entails a beige color palette. This apartment designed by Asra Khateeb, Founder & Principal Architect of LC Architects is cozy and flawless.

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An Elegant & Spacious, 3Bhk, Mumbai Home, by AUK Design Studio

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Doing this project for a client who brought us on board for a second time over after a decade of doing his first apartment, made us more humble than proud. The Design approach or the thought process was to allow the simple amalgamation of volumes to flow well with one another seamlessly (without any visual hindrances), and to view every detail worked up without being overshadowed with openable shutters.

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Brass & Hues : “A Modern Traditional Bangalore Home by House of Ruya”

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In the fast moving world today, home is the place that keeps us tied to our roots. It is our haven to unwind, to enjoy and to feel like it’s our solace.

Our latest project was in Vaishnavi Terrace, a 2500 square feet apartment, in an up and coming area in Bangalore.

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The elegant 2,900 Sqft, 4bhk Keystone Skyvillas, Vadodara by Crossboundaries Studio

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A show-flat could possibly become an interior designer’s dream project! Elements, spaces, materials can be used in most thrilling and attractive ways, to showcase an aspirational lifestyle, sans constraints and conditions. The Crossboundaries Studio has put together an exciting new show-flat at Keystone Skyvillas in Vadodara, which truly exhibits the many ways in which the apartment can become a home.

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The Stunning, 6,500 sqft, “Balinese Beach House”, Chennai, by The Auburn Studio

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The first lockdown imposed during the COVID-19 pandemic led our clients to rethink their spaces. The idea of renovating their 20 year old beach house just outside city limits sounded like the perfect distraction from the everyday chaos of being locked inside their city apartment.

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An elegant, 1,890 sqft, 3bhk Surat Home, by Muse Architects

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Away from the bustling chaos of a city, this quaint 3 BHK home is on the urban fringe of the diamond city amidst enchanting landscapes and natural hues. The neat and serene spaces were the confluence of the design narrative. The aim was to achieve materiality with a minimalistic approach.

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A Warm & Cosy Home Nursery, Vadodara, by Malvika Acharya Designs

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“This nursery, formerly a guest bedroom, was briefed to be a comfortable yet functional child-friendly room. The clients’ primary requirement was to have a kid-friendly space with neutral colors and accents of gender-specific color subtly incorporated into the design. Going with the brief, the sage green of the wainscoting, white walls, and other furniture were decided before the baby was born.

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“A 900 sqft, Bachelor Pad with incredible views of the Arabian Ocean”, at Versova, Mumbai by AVVO Architects

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Catering to the client’s specific requirements of having an open canvas, the Beachside Bachelor Pad, as the name suggests, is an epitome of freedom and fun with youthful subtlety. The spatial composition focuses on a sense of comfort in each space.

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A 200 sqft, Studio Apartment, Ambernath by Dandelion Sky Interiors

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A common constraint in urban living today is space. As housing prices climb steadily upward, apartments are undeniably shrinking. Solutions to this are generally scarce, but a keen eye for design can be a saving grace. With the renovation project at Nano Estates in Ambernath, Dandelion Sky Interiors exactly how it’s done.

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The plot, sits within a community of 15 other bungalows, which had to abide to the Builder’s common plans, facade planning, finishing treatment and appearance. Due to these constraints, the internal spaces and planning became our way to experiment with the design of this house.

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A welcome change from the cramped and clustered city spaces, Castle Royale in Pune is a step towards expansive housing. Brought to life on a rustic backdrop, the house evokes a sense of nostalgia while exuding a quiet calmness with its refreshing view of abundant green canopies.

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Re-envisioning a place called Home -A Gorgeous 3,229 sqft, Singapore Home

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Veshali Visvanaath (founder, curator and interior designer at the Singapore based antiques and furniture store Prakalyam Gallery) has an impressive portfolio of expertly designed and executed, residential and commercial projects. The latest from her portfolio is the 3,229 sq.ft. apartment in Singapore belonging to the beautiful couple, Kavitha and Irving.

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The safe rule to use colours in a home, especially a smaller one, is to have a couple of schemes and stick to them. But designer Krsna Mehta isn’t one to follow convention. At his 1,100 sqft Breach Candy apartment in Mumbai that he shares with his cats Baileys and Google, colour reigns supreme.

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A word of advice, if I may: bookmark this post. I have a feeling you’ll want to come back to it again in the near future. It is a reference point in interior design of all sorts: how to drape furniture in silk, adorn the floor in patterned tiles, and embellish the walls in jaw-dropping artifacts.

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If we had to describe architect Kavan Shah’s body of work in one word, it would be gritty, dramatic and au naturel. Since he started his practice, KSDS in 2015, this young genius has conceptualised, curated and created avant-garde designs, that range from residential, commercial and public architecture.

Source: Architectural Digest India

When people think of a multifunctional home with space-saving and utilitarian elements, very rarely does a glamorous or stylish image come to mind,” is how interior designer Jannat Vasi describes the biggest challenge she faced while crafting Park Home—a 2,500-square-feet apartment in Bengaluru.

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“The Contemporary Taupe”, A 1,900 sqft, Vadodara Residence, by Spaxis Design

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Sanjana Kantawala and Helly Shah of Spaxis Design undertook a project of designing a home that felt like a warm embrace – a haven where you can relax and unwind! Aptly titled “The Contemporary Taupe,” this home is a tribute to the paradox of employing a variety of timeless materials, patterns and textures in a neutral palette to create a modern contemporary look.

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A Gorgeous Holiday Home in Coonoor, by Phylosophy Design Studio

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Architect Vasundhara Sampath & her team at Phylosophy Design Studio design a gorgeous holiday home in the Nilgiris for their client – A home with some stunning views of the sorrounding tea estates, and equally gorgeous interiors.

We were approached by Priyanka to design her holiday home in the enchanting hill station of Coonoor, amidst the sprawling tea gardens.

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“Vansh”, A 2,200 sqft, Vadodara Home by Pranay Shah Designs

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“Vansh”, a 2,000 sqft flat of Mr. Damani was designed simply keeping in mind the concept of minimalism being the ultimate beauty of the whole space. The entrance of this space is beautifully designed by our interior designers using diagonal lines that have also been merged with the safety door pattern too which look harmonised in the design.