An Eclectic, Adaptable Home for Actor Kushal Tandon

Demand for an open living room keeping the area spacious, to allow room for dancing and moving around, meant keeping the furniture to a minimum and chose light furniture that is easily moveable.

Demand for an open living room keeping the area spacious, to allow room for dancing and moving around, meant keeping the furniture to a minimum and chose light furniture that is easily moveable.

The living room is all about experimenting with eclectic styles and creating an environment that is adaptable to all activities.

Demand for an open living room keeping the area spacious

Due to space constraints, the bar and crockery unit were combined to create a statement piece of furniture. The mirror-finished top half of the unit houses the bar, while the bottom is for crockery.

A quirky wall painting of a man trying to click a picture. Has a real camera on the painting, a suggestion by Kushal, creating a more tangible feel. The idea was to quietly capture everyone who comes in his abode and forms happy memories.

A quirky wall painting of a man trying to click a picture.

The wall behind the sofa is a collage of some of Kushal’s favourite things, including a comic strip from HeMan and one from Johnny Bravo.

Although he is staying alone Kushal did not want a typical bachelor pad. Since his family visits often, each of the bedrooms has been designed in such a way that it appeals to his parents and sister. “A variety of colours and styles run throughout the house. Kushal trusted us a lot; we had worked on a look at the beginning of the project, which was followed completely, and that helped us avoid any disagreements” says Piyush.

It seems the designers of P S Design understood the needs of this young actor quite well while Kushal’s input in the designing process added positively to the project. Afterall, the design is always a team work.

 

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