Enveloped by the lush greenery of a plantation in Shimoga, a city nestled in the southern Indian state of Karnataka, a family of three was eager to renovate their home.
With the help of architecture and design firm From Around Here, they were able to craft a spacious living area that celebrated their communal bond while also catering to the needs of their growing family.
Upon entry, the open living space emits a feeling of liberation and relaxation, with the staircase and TV unit acting as a single unit that enables easy movement and creates a sleek, modern silhouette.
The dining area, embellished with pastel salmon pink tile, boasts a graceful pendant light illuminating the space and has a crockery unit that complements the family's collection.
The open kitchen features an inviting island counter with pastel salmon pink and CNC cut flower motifs inspired by the areca farm surrounding the house.
Upstairs, the bar and entertainment area emphasises high ceilings and a restricted material palette, drawing inspiration from the areca farm's grooves, lines, and hues of greens and greys.
The bedrooms sport a polished veneer warmth enhanced with textural elements such as linen headboards, fabric sandwiched shutters, and matte finish surfaces, resulting in a visually stimulating and captivating space with clean lines and neutral hues.
Every aspect, from the warm and minimal palette to the meticulous placement of furnishings, has been purposefully examined to cultivate an aura of solace, charm and motivation.
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