LOCATION: Narsingi, Hyderabad
AREA: 4690 sq.ft
DESCRIPTION: The apartment comprises of a formal living room, informal living room, dining room, and four bedrooms with bathrooms attached,sit-out areas a kitchen, and service areas.
Using Minimalism in designing two formal and informal living rooms kept the place subtle and clean.
Minimalist interior design is very similar to modern interior design and involves using the bare essentials to create a simple and uncluttered space. It’s characterised by simplicity, clean lines, and a monochromatic palette with colour used as an accent. It usually combines an open floor plan, lots of light, and functional furniture, and it focuses on the shape, colour and texture of just a handful of essential elements.
• Monochromatic colour palette A monochromatic colour scheme consisting of whites, beiges and greys are typical of minimalist-designed spaces.
This trend looks to reduce forms and colours to their simplest states, to create airy, bright, and elegant spaces. The colour palette comprises light and soft natural shades such as cold and warm greys softened by aquas and nude tones.
Using PANTONE 2021 colors, illuminating and Ultimate grey for the living rooms
MATERIAL AND PATTERNS:
When using a monochromatic colour palette, a great way to bring warmth to the space is by incorporating different shades and mixing textures. For instance, the use of linen wallpaper and soft wool fabrics and rugs in the bedroom adds soothing warmth. In the bathroom, the texture and grain of tile patterns can add visual interest while still maintaining a neutral colour palette, while wood accessories can soften stark, white or concrete elements.
Track lighting and recessed lighting are used to wash a wall in light. Installing cove lighting or indirect light by including color and metallic elements on the light fixtures.
Used spotlights and lighting directed at a painting or an art, to draw the eye to the pieces you want to focus on. Contemporary style sculptures or framed art were placed at eye level by placing them on a structural column or pedestal. Vintage lampshades gives a delicate look on the wall, making the environment full of style.
The living rooms are characterized by broad ventilation and natural light. Large sliding door enriches the space, offering a generous outdoor view of the green.