Sunday, June 23, 2013

More Photographs - Home Interiors Bangalore

Living Room
Wooden theme
Dining Area
Living Area Highlight Wall
Dining Area - Lighting & False Roofing
Bar Unit
Bar Unit
Bar Unit
Teak Wood Shutters
Crockery Unit
Specialty crockery unit
Crockery Unit - Pebbles

27 comments:

  1. Hi Nandita

    Too good, very nice work. what is the wood you have used here. the false ceoling looks good too. Are they LED strips?
    I honestly admire your work, keep the good work. :)

    tina

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    1. Thanks Tina. And yes the lighting is mostly LED..the wood is BWR ply with veneer.

      Regards
      NM

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  2. Hi Nandita
    Enjoy your writing. Was wondering if you could do an article on eco friendly alternatives. For example, emission free paints and wood work and where we can access those.

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  3. Hi Nandita,

    Do you have any idea about repaint cost of a ~1000sqft (carpet area) 2bhk ? which type of paint gives good finish ?
    Can you suggest any professional paint contractor in bangalore.

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    1. Painting cost varies drastically depending on the type of paint and the finishes - for a 2 bhk it can range from 5000 to 50000.
      I would just recommend going in for branded paints as these give a better finish - also each brand (Asian, Nerolac, Dulux etc.) has something available to suit every budget.

      Regards
      Nandita

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  4. Hi Nandita,

    Which brand of LED stips do you use ? From where in Bangalore you buy them ?

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    1. Usually 3M - they are available at most electrical shops

      Rgds
      NM

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  5. Hi Nandita Ji,
    After seeing your website, please believe me I have become a great Fan of urs and who wont be!
    Your articles and a reply to EVERY COMMENT and your immense passion to help people like us is just OUT OF THIS WORLD!

    Thank You..
    Deep Regards.

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  6. Mam please be kind enough to include an article on Wood Coatings/polishes namely PU, Polyester, Melamine from brands like Sirca, ICA, Verinlegno etc.

    Regards.

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    1. That is a good subject for a blog post & I may write about it in the future. In the mean time you may want to check http://site.sheenlac.in/wood_finishes_sheenlac.html

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      NM

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  7. Hi Nandita,

    Can you please tell me how much will it cost for a good interior setup for a 1100 Sq feet flat.

    Thanks
    Rajaneesh

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    1. The thumbrule for decent quality interiors is approx 600 - 800 times the super built up area of the flat

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      NM

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  8. Hi Nanditha,

    Love all your blogs ! Could you please let me know if you have undertaken any projects in Prestige Southridge apartments banashankari.

    Thanks....

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  9. hii nandita ..
    Its always so interesting to read your post .Thanks for helping people like us who are building our new home .I simple loved the false roofing & the bar unit.
    can you please share some reference for such roofing ? and what is such kind of roofing called ? ( i mean the false ceilings with this kind of lights inside)
    can you also tell the approx cost for this exact false roofing work of hall + dinning ?

    keep up the good work :)

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    1. There is no name for it... also, its customized for each home as part of the overall interior design.

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      NM

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  10. Hi Nandita, Thanks much for the informative posts. One aspect that I need suggestions is on colors. My house is 990 sqft 2BHK. Need lot of woodwork, however dont want to get the cramped look :-). The house has white color white wash inside. Are there any color recommendations for hall /kitchne/BR that would give a little spacious look.

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    1. You should ideally go with lighter shades with one highlight wall in each room.

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  11. Dear Nandita, great website and useful information. I am seriously taking in to consideration all your tips and suggestions
    I have tourist apartment under construction, it is on the final stage - i would like to know where i can find some nice Headboards in Bangalore?. I am looking for something very economical (Hotel type)

    Below Headboard found in a website, and would like to know whether i can find something similar?. How much it cost approximately if i made it with customization ?
    1.
    http://cdn.freshome.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/headboard-design-ideas.jpg

    2. http://cdn.freshome.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/headboards_designs.jpg

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  12. HI Nandita,

    Also, could you please let me know if you have used wood / ply wood specifications or materials used for false roofing ?

    Thanks,
    -Narasimha

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    1. False roofing is usually done using Gypsum Board and not Plywood/ Wood

      Regards
      NM

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  13. Hi Nandita,

    Lovely blog. Can you suggest any good vendor in Bangalore who can do false ceiling? Also, any good vendor who can make sliding wood door for Bedroom (coz there is very less space b/w the door and bed now :( )? Thanks a lot in advance.

    Regards,
    Iti

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    1. I do have my own range of sliding wardrobes. More details are in the link below

      http://www.homedesignbangalore.com/2013/11/the-studio-range-of-wardrobes.html

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  14. hi nandita ,
    The lights used in hall are they Led strips or tubelights ? As led strips do not give so much light . i like golden color occasionally ..but i prefer white light in my house . i am done with my pop ...which light can i use instead of tubelight for daily need ?
    thanks,
    preeti

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    1. Ideally put in both a tubelight and an LED with independent controls so that you may change the lighting based on the mood

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