A Fusion of Contemporary Décor with Touches of Antiquity | Studio 7 Designs

Studio 7 Designs

Rajnysh Rami- founder of interior design firm Studio 7 Designs- purposed an amalgamation of contemporary décor with touches of antiquity for the interior of this bungalow in Vadodara. SURFACES REPROTER (SR) takes you on a tour to the warm and inviting interior of this home punctuated with bold, fusion and personal touches. Have a look:

The main door opens into an Italian clad wall of foyer defined by grey tones and burnished metallic accents. To the right, a PU coated TV panel supported by veneered column adorns the wall, underpinned by a metallic and teakwood veneer shoe unit with pullouts. Atop the unit, grey and antique brass art work on Italian wall weave a characterful solid block of color.

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The foyer opens into a spacious living room which explores a variety of material palettes and textures that lend depth and dimension to it. Filled with natural light the design aesthetic of this room is contemporary style dotted with fusion world accents.

A soft sky-blue sofa with velvet upholstery immediately catches the eye. The understated color palette of plain walls and muted flooring plays against the whimsical hues of the sofa.

Italian Marble and Antique Brass Art Work

Rich veining on Italian marble wall, accentuated with brass art work, steals the show in the living room. The beautiful blend of colors gives a dynamic sense of energy to the area.

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The living area corner is a confluence of traditional and modern. While big windows with shear curtains adds depth of character to the space, the modish chair, sleek table and rustic vase with dry white rose bring in vibrancy and style.

Darshnam Clublife, Vadodara

Modern meets functionality in this dining room with clean-lined wooden furniture, gleaming marble wall panels and an antique brass light. The soft tones of chair beautifully merge with the neutral grays and teak wood. A PU coated breakfast table separates the area from the kitchen while maintaining a sense of uninterrupted flow.

A Dramatic Touch

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In the kitchen in grey PU coated furniture radiate pleasant calm. Profile led beneath cabinets adds a theatrical touch. White subway tiles on the backsplash complement the glossy quartz counter.

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The parents’ room is painted in muted tones of white and cream. To maximize space, they opted for a mirrored storage shutter in both side of bed with pink velvet bed back.

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The focal point of the master bedroom is the accent wall behind the bed. Bathed in shades of brown and beige, it conjures a tranquil and serene ambience. Black and gold bed sides with the designer pendent light and landscape wall frames add to the elegant ambience.

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“The room’s aesthetic is accentuated with tasteful finishes. All the furniture is custom made and the bed stands out with a glossy brown Italian and beige leathered headboard.

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The guest room wears an aged wood veneer palette with splashes of red and green painting on wall. They changed design language in this area.

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A passage of first floor leads into a puja room, designed with an alluring floral detail in black and white and gold mosaic on back drop.

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The floor and walls perpetuate the marble aesthetic, while a rose gold lamp and an antique gold-toned credenza add touches of metallic shine to the all-white palette.

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A black and white zigzag pattern on kid’s bed back adds drama and colorful furniture set up in children’s bedroom make it energetic.  Bed with soft leather furnishing on edges provides safety to kids while playing and moving around.

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They optimized vertical space, with multipurpose display. The red study wall panel breaks the monotony of the grey and white tones.

Home Theatre- An Ideal Area For Family to Enjoy Together

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Fully dedicated Home Theater which is on top floor is the perfect place for family especially in this covid situation.

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Design in grey tone on wall and on ceiling, they again changed the design language, adopted tomato red and turmeric yellow color in curtain and in recliner, to add drama to theatre.

Project Details:

Firm:   Studio 7 designs, Vadodara
Project:   Bungalow Interior Design
Location:  Darshnam Clublife, Vadodara
Carpet Area:  2200 sft
Designer:  Rajnysh Rami
Year:      2020
Photography:  Tejas Shah
 

About the Architect

Rajnysh Rami is a Baroda based Interior Designer and the founder of interior design firm Studio 7 Designs. He incorporates basic design formula form, follows, function in all his projects. He is a versatile designer who always appreciates new materials , young artist and local craft in new form.

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