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This room was designed as a multi functional space. The room was going to primarily be used by the teenage daughter and would double up as a study space and a guest room when required. The space has just the right amount to colour for the young adult and also has a soothing feel for a guest room.
This cozy kid’s bedroom was given a massive makeover with a European touch.To start off, geometric patterns were used in the furnishings for balance and the colour scheme was kept pastel peach and grey. As for the decor, we kept it modern yet minimal with a lot of light, in the form of floor and table lamps and for a touch of fun, we added some frames, a big mirror, a bench and a rug too. While bed got some comfy cushions, the side tables got some beautiful indoor plants to complete this makeover.
Creating a space for a new born is equal parts exciting and surprising! Fulcrum designed this nursery in the cutest manner, keeping in mind the the usability of the bedroom throughout the child’s stages of growth.The choice of the colour palette was kept to muted and soft pastels, while pops of bright colours were bought in through some accessories and a feeding chair, which also got it’s own foot stool and side table for the mother’s needs. The walls were done up with polka dots and triangles to create texture, and fun frames were added too. One side of the room got a pull out bed, while the other got a set of cabinets and shelves to act as a versatile wardrobe. We also gave the room a movable trolley and added a console table to store essentials, while turning it’s top into the perfect feeding station.