As per our design suggestion for this year, we are focusing on making your spaces look personalised than following any one design style. This home is a perfect example of that. We have blended Scandinavian, Modern, Indian and Contemporary design styles to create this specialised space.
It's a cozy and calming space with a sense of belonging, that gives you a feeling of warmth as soon as you enter, with its gorgeous entryway that we designed to store essentials. We have added elements like a picture ledge, a lamp and kept the colour palette pastel, which lends the space a modern and glam vibe. With minimal accessories and soft colours the Scandinavian theme is maintained throughout. A passageway between the the two rooms serves the purpose of storage along with looking extremely classy in its wine/dark colour scheme with some pretty lights!
The bedroom has a dreamy and relaxing vibe, with the Scandinavian theme continuing into the room, the minimal accents & contemporary elements, make sure to lend the space a touch of coziness! We also celebrated the natural light that this master bedroom gets, by adding a whole wardrobe of mirrors.to accentuate the feel and acts an anchoring statement!
The guest bedroom showcases subtle hints of Indian and contemporary, that makes it very inviting and cozy. A lot of thought and detail in every aspect, along with dark colours and traditional materials used, give this room a personalised and unique feel!
"Pallavi's interior décor and professional skills are really very impressive. We had a great experience working with her and finally got our dream home done up, thanks to her. For perfectionist's like us, she would patiently hear out our requirements. We wanted the functional requirements to gel with the interior décor. Also in trying times of this pandemic year, her team made sure that work was not hampered in any which ways. We feel so comfortable and positive about every aspect and theme of the rooms designed. The efforts put in by her entire team and their responsiveness, professionalism is something to look out for. Thanks Pallavi again and wishing you all the best for all your future projects! :)"