The Indian Touch
The first impression of the residence is an antique Gold finish Lord Ganesha profile Laser cut jali. It acts as a view panel for the main safety door & the ring handle gives an Indian fort kind of an effect. The first impression says everything about the clients too. The clients design brief had an ethnic look highlighted in every sentence. A semi open partition beautifully accessorized by Mrs. Kulkarni gives a warm look.
Indian Baithak‟ with bright color cushions & texture paint in the background adds to the warmth. Old furniture was retained & the upholstery & the polish were changed, so that it matches with the new concept. After the makeover it perfectly fitted the Indian’ look. The client loves coming back to a traditionally adorn home. Personally our favorite, this house is an example of logical & wise spending & reusing old furniture pieces.
Wardrobe is finished in Veneer, having green back painted glass with pattern done on it . It breaks the monotony of the stark dark veneer on the wardrobe.
Bed does not have storage below. The 6 inches border is finished with veneer & has four S.S stud legs.
'Indian Baithak' with bright colour cushions & a texture paint in the background welcomes you as you enter the house[
Barcode of bright colors is used on one wall of the Kids bedroom.
A semi open partition was required which visually blocks the view of the kitchen after entering the house, so a partition was designed which could be used from both the sides . Back Painted glass in shades of blue was used as a back. Old furniture was retained & the upholstery & the polish was changed. After the make over it perfectly fitted the 'Indian' look.
'Lord Ganesha' which is very auspicious in Indian culture is laser cut on a antique Gold finish metal sheet. It acts as a view panel for the main safety door & the ring handle gives a 'Indian fort' kind of effect.
'Indian Baithak' with bright colour cushions & a texture paint in the background welcomes you as you enter the house.