1,227 Indian Living Room Design Ideas
SAGA Design Architects
Combination of Glass and wooden Louver shutters/ Partition defines Three spaces involved in daily life. (L to R) Temple Room, Entrance Veranda and Meditation Room are aligned as a back drop to the Dining Space. The open Louvers provide ventilation and when shut cuts off the outside activities.
Regalias Modular India Interiors & Infrastructure
The SS Story
We decided to give the passage an arch opening in flow of the artwork. It defined the corner and gave it a character.
Atom Interiors . Smart Interiors.
Independent homes are the best spaces to express individuality and plan the space to complement the lifestyle and likings of the home owners. With the design brief to bring in the quintessential traditional style in their first home, we planned the space with carved pillars, use of wooden finish through the home with a warm, soothing colour balanced palette. The only contrast to this theme is the kid's room which is playful, full of bright colours and with ample floor space. The Kitchen corners are well utilised to bring in the aspect of functionality. The Pooja room is also a highlight, the backlit stone cladding adds authentic texture to the space and gives it a feel of calmness.
Greyscale design studio
backdrop of plants to extend privacy
CULTURALS INTERIOR DESIGNERS
With a view of sun set from Hall, master bed room and sons bedroom. With gypsum ceiling, vitrified flooring, long snug L shaped sofa, a huge airy terrace , muted colours and quirky accents, the living room is an epitome of contemporary luxury, use of Indian art and craft, the terrace with gorgeous view of endless greenery, is a perfect indulgence! Our client says ‘’ sipping on a cup of coffee surrounded by lush greenery is the best way to recoup our energies and get ready to face another day’’.The terrace is also a family favourite on holidays, as all gather here for impromptu dinners under the stars. Since the dining area requires some intimate space.
Milind Pai Architects & Interior Designers
“The home abounds with an array of textures, colors and materials”. However, the Botticino Italian marble flooring provided originally by the developer, blends well with our design, helping the client save on budget to a certain extent. Having a deep traditional route, the client wanted a Pooja room to be the most dedicated and dominant area of the space planning. This was combined with a study area which made it a dual functional space. A simple ethnic touch was added with a MDF Jali fixed a wooden frame door finished in champagne leafing. A silver foil leafing over a carved band highlights the backdrop of travertine marble giving a perfect vibe to the room.
amritha karnakar architectural design
The love for antiques and nature set the tone for the design elements and color scheme in the home.