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A place for everything because the super-smart wooden shelves offer storage for heaping clothes, tote bags to bits and bobs. Architect: Spasm
3. A semi-bedroom, semi-entertainment room, evidenced by the elevated sleeping zone in the far back and a niche created in the centre of the steps for seating, with a large carpet placed below. This expansive space is ideal for watching a movie with plenty of friends or family; also a nice reclusive place to enjoy some time with the Xbox. Consider these questions before installing a home theatre
4. Use colour for focal elementsColour and vibrancy are synonymous with Indian design. You don’t have to completely do away with colour for a minimalist home; the key is to use it as an accent. A simple way to do this is to pick dark colours or saturated neutrals for your walls and floors, and add colour in your soft furnishings. A colourful piece of traditional Indian art in a neutral setting is a great way to make a statement.
9. Floor bedLow beds have been around in Indian homes for a long time. The good news is that these beds have gone through a makeover and are now available in modern adaptations. Instead of just a low bed frame, these days such beds are being constructed as a part of the room’s architecture. Here the top layer of this three-layered wooden flooring is occupied by the bed.
The daughter’s room introduces a playful tone to the decor. Not playful in the sense of colours, clarifies Merchant, but in terms of occupying the landscape. To achieve this, the bed, the study and the storage are designed to resemble stacked boxes, neatly tiered or casually piled up.