Bungalow in Aundh for Mr. Mohgaonkar & Mr. Deoras
Mr. Atul Kanetkar
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2. Replace the flooringMany traditional homes are done up in flooring materials such grey mosaic, colourful cement tiles, green tones of kota stone or dark-brown wood, which could make the space look visually smaller. Consider replacing these flooring materials with neutral-coloured flooring materials, such as vitrified tiles, porcelain tiles, marble or wooden flooring in light-brown tones, to modernise the overall look of the home. You will be surprised to see how a change in flooring can drastically change the look of the home.Note: Dark-brown wood goes with a traditional decor while light-brown wood goes with a modern decor.
14. The earthy, traditional vibe of the room is further pronounced with the expansive wall-to-wall wooden wardrobe.
7. This bed is not the classic canopy style with decorative fabric hung from the top and around the sides. This one has four vertical head posts and turned legs, ornate with intricate carvings. The vertically slatted headboard with carved motifs and mirror bring in another traditional element.