This Home in Pune needed a makeover as it had been designed 12 years ago. The furniture needed an upgrade and the rooms needed a little TLC! Join us as we transform the space from a cluttered home into a Minimal, Serene and Hygge home.With changing design trends over the years, we've made this home a little more modern by using lighter wooden furniture as compared to before, we've also tried to keep it more maintenance friendly. Along with sustainable elements, we also added some personalised corners in this home! Lending the space a fresher look, we also broke the visual clutter throughout, while also making sure we provide sufficient storage.
Neutral tones take the major proportion of the space, and the decor comprises of pretty gold and black accents that bring the entire livingroom together
.The space now reflects minimalism, zen and higgle to th fullest. With impeccably clean furnishings and decor, we managed to completely de-clutter and make this a minimal dream home!
In the bedroom we played with a rustic look in the ongoing colour palette of sand and water, keeping a 'less is more' concept throughout.
The master bedroom got a soft and minimal makeover, with levitating furnishings and adding the right accessories.
We converted each room into a homely and cozy space, and gave each one a different character & theme.
The first room was kept minimal & scandinavian, with blue and white shades. A white accent wall was added behind the bed, while a new levitating, compact dresser was made with a round mirror. The wooden laminates were kept dark brown, and for the decor we added blue lamps on the side tables, layered curtains on the window, white wall frames and some plants and trays to complete this modern bedroom.
The second room got an Indian kitsch theme, where we added a book unit and console for storage, made a full length dresser and also a levitating TV unit.
The window was pushed outside and roman curtains were added to make space. The statement wall got an olive green wash and a few wall frames. For the decor, wall plates, trays and Indian element accessories were added.
In the third room, we made a compact pooja unit and a study area. While the wall behind the sofa cum bed got a makeover with geometric prints in muted pastel colours. Accessories like quirky bookends, layered curtains, a side table and a rug were added to complete this room.
To give the first grey room, a cozy makeover, we added decor and accessories that instantly bought the whole space together, like roman curtains, a floral wallpaper and golden light fixtures. With muted accessories in small prints on the bed, we completed this room with some minimal plants, trays & frames.
For the kid’s room, we used geometrical patterns in pastel shades on the wall & in the curtains too. While the twin beds got striped sheets, the blankets were kept different. And the whole look was completed with a neutral rug.
In the living room we maintained a modern & minimal aesthetic with taupe and grey shades. The wall with an existing tv unit was highlighted with a marble wallpaper, the couch was made with a beautiful faux leather fabric, while the curtains were made of jute. A printed rug, some golden lights, a couple of plants and trays made the decor pop in this space.
We made this small balcony a very cozy and contemporary space to unwind and relax.
To start off, we added faux grass on the floor which instantly gave the balcony a unique touch. Next, we added a lot of potted plants on the floor as well as on one of the walls, where we wanted to create a miniature vertical garden with all the wooden planters. Along with some wall art, we gave this balcony a warm spin with some lights and candles that instantly elevated the space. And to complete the makeover, we bought in a tiny yet versatile wooden table with chairs.
We had to give this room of a holiday home, a rustic and old school charm.
While keeping the space very contemporary with wooden furnishings, we added jute curtains and linen sheets for the decor. We gave the room a pop of colour with cushions and added a lamp and rug for warmth. We also combined the side table and dressing table and gave the other corner of the bed an elevated ledge for multipurpose use. And that’s how we completed this charming room transformation !