Nestled in the vibrant city of Ahmedabad, this exquisite 1100 sq.ft abode by Archaic Design Studio, encapsulates the essence of simplicity and functionality, masterfully intertwined in its interior design. It is a testament to the art of clean lines, minimal aesthetics and a soothing neutral color palette with thoughtfully designed functional spaces.
A Testament to the Art of Clean Lines, Minimal Aesthetics and a Soothing Neutral Color Palette | Archaic Design Studio
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As you step across the threshold, the entrance foyer serves as a captivating introduction to the residence. A monolithic Italian marble backdrop, adorned with the family’s name, establishes the design’s tone. Low-height shoe storage, crafted in Oak veneer, seamlessly integrates into the foyer’s layout. The subtle color palette in this space creates an inviting and sophisticated ambiance, setting the stage for what lies beyond.
The apartment’s spaces have been meticulously planned to ensure each habitable area is bathed in natural light and enjoys ample ventilation. At the outset, you’ll find a gathering space, while private areas are tucked away towards the apartment’s rear. Oversized French windows grace the living area, infusing it with a bright and welcoming atmosphere.
The living area’s centerpiece is a comfortable and stylish seating arrangement, featuring plush sofas, a pair of armchairs, and a central coffee table. The materiality of the house is enriched by the fusion of a soft, neutral color palette, which complements the plain white ceiling and the understated gray walls.
Accent cushions and wooden slate panels introduce subtle pops of color and texture. Pendant lighting fixtures provide ambient illumination and create a cozy environment in the evenings.
The heart of this residence revolves around the open-plan living area that seamlessly transitions into the dining space. The dining area is characterized by an elegant and spacious design, with a juxtaposition of a muted gray countertop and reposed gray seating.
Large windows, potentially sliding glass panels, offer a picturesque view of the outdoors and grant access to a balcony. Daylight refracts beautifully upon the interiors through a bronze mirror partition, casting soft shadows and adding depth and character to the space.
The dining area transitions into the kitchen through a passage that also houses a small temple, thoughtfully oriented according to Vaastu principles.
The kitchen is adorned with PU-finished modular storage cabinets that harmonize with the overall aesthetic of the house.
The residence boasts three bedrooms, each thoughtfully designed. The neutral color palette in the two main bedrooms fosters a pleasant interplay between veneer-coated woodwork and sturdy walls.
In the master bedroom, attention to detail is paramount, from the wall-hung wardrobes to the bespoke wingback button-tufted gray headboard. Subtle suspended ceiling lights accentuate handmade art pieces and the natural beauty of the wooden panels.
The parents’ bedroom, designed with the elders in mind, offers a simple layout and minimalist furniture, including a monolithic wall-mounted mirror and a seamless console unit.
The bed exudes a vintage charm with its cushioned leather-finished headboard, set against a fluted wooden backdrop, adding a timeless touch to the interior.
The son’s bedroom embraces a playful theme to engage his senses and create a sense of belonging. Niches in the wardrobe offer easy access for the child to store his belongings.
To conclude, Kalariya’s Residence is a testament that gracefully melds simplicity and pragmatism to fashion a tranquil living space. With its clean lines, minimalist aesthetics, and soothing color palette, this residence serves as a harmonious sanctuary that caters to the diverse needs and aspirations of its inhabitants. It is a testament to the seamless integration of artistry and functionality, offering a warm and inviting retreat amidst the bustling cityscape.
Designed by: Archaic Design Studio
Project Type: Residential Interior Design
Project Name: Kalariya’s Residence
Year Built: 2023
Duration of project: 6 Months
Project Size: 1100 Sq.ft
Project Cost: 35 Lakhs
Principal Designer: Kalpesh Mewada
Team Design Credits: Priyanka Vyas, Raj Gajjar, Naman & Drashti
Photograph Courtesy: Rockbrand Inc
Products/Materials/Vendors: Wallcovering / Cladding – Veneer and PU / Lighting – COB Lights / Paint – Asian paint / Artefacts- Ikea and Amazon / Hardware- Hettich
Firm’s Facebook Link: Archaic Design Studio
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