BY JADO DEVELOPMENTS & JADO DECOR CHRISTINE TSINGELIDIS COLE STREET
Client's brief was clean sophisticated lines with minimalistic colour pallet. He requested that the space was designed to look very glamorous but still allowing him to entertaining comfortably. We combined old pieces like a pair of Louis chairs but gave them a modern twist with painting them in a high gloss black with a stripped Black Velvet fabric.
As the space was quite small we introduced items and furniture that wood give the room more visual space, like the glass and chrome coffee table and the mirrored obelisks.
In the bedrooms we designed a black and white carpet and used mirror panels on the wadrobe to open up what was a small bedroom. The colour on the walls was a white followed by high gloss white on all skirtings, doors. The kitchen wekept minimalistic lines and went with high gloss black which in contrast with the black walls was very striking.
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Last but not the least – smart kitchensYou may need to wait a while to upgrade to this but forewarned is forearmed. Tech in the kitchen is slowly coming of age, although it may take a while to catch on in India. From sensor-activated lights that illuminate the kitchen only when it’s in use to smartphone alerts when dinner’s done to refrigerators alerting you about groceries that are running out, the kitchen of the future is soon going to be a thing of current reality.Read more: 10 Indian Kitchens That Evoke Envy24 Unbelievable Kitchen MakeoversTell us: Which of these upgrades would interest you? Any other ideas you can share with us? Do tell us in the Comments section below.
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Black frameless high-gloss cabinets with white ceiling
All black kitchen with white ceiling and light floors
Just look a5 left side. Very reflective