Asha | Bangalore
Asha | Bangalore
The Zen Theory
Beautiful balcony designed by our team. Perfect place to sit and relax. The client wanted a private balcony sit out for morning discussions also a place that is not completely closed. We used engineered wood rafters along with carved sandstone panels to create a private space which also acted as a boundary. we combined it with a beautiful carved waterfall in the center.
Contemporary apartment by Whitespace
Contemporary apartment by Whitespace
Whitespace
Sunny, airy and carefree, the dining room is the epitome of a breezy summer’s day. A large open display unit filled with handpicked curios stimulates visual interest while adding cheer to the decor scheme. “We perpetuated the living room aesthetic with a base palette of white, while cutting the monotony with bright yellows and blues. We were particular about maintaining a European sensibility by way of colour, material and texture. We used royal blues, whites, greys and wines to curate a colour spectrum reminiscent of Europe. We complemented these hues with muted fabrics and subtle patterns, and plenty of pine wood.
Classic With a New Angle
Classic With a New Angle
Studio Dearborn
This expansive Victorian had tremendous historic charm but hadn’t seen a kitchen renovation since the 1950s. The homeowners wanted to take advantage of their views of the backyard and raised the roof and pushed the kitchen into the back of the house, where expansive windows could allow southern light into the kitchen all day. A warm historic gray/beige was chosen for the cabinetry, which was contrasted with character oak cabinetry on the appliance wall and bar in a modern chevron detail. Kitchen Design: Sarah Robertson, Studio Dearborn Architect: Ned Stoll, Interior finishes Tami Wassong Interiors
Project April Bloom
Project April Bloom
Amusing Interior
This home is a tasteful fusion of ornate elements and modern luxuriousness. Everything put together, April Bloom creates an immediate visual impact.
A transitional house falls between traditional and contemporary — it is often a traditional home that is evolving toward an updated, trendier look. Transitional home decor takes a classic foundation and revamps it with popular finishes, colors and materials, though it lacks the bold, contrasting quality of contemporary spaces. Transitional homes stick with neutral colors (especially gray), minimal ornamentation, simple lines and small, trendy details. These spaces are often hard to identify, since by definition they mix two different styles.