Sunday, August 21, 2016

Additional Home Interior Photographs of interiors done at Concorde Napa Valley Villas in Bangalore

Additional Pictures of Home Interior Design & Turnkey Interiors at Concorde Napa Valley Bangalore. These have been taken in daylight to reflect the true colours of the home


Wallpapered wall with Couch & Lighting
Living Room Design

View of the Dining room and lighting, false roofing from the living area
Living Cum Dining Room

Couch in Fabric with Cushions
Living Cum Dining Room - Another view

Crockery unit in glass shutters
Crockery Unit

8 Seater Dining Table
Dining Area

Murals on the staircase wall
Dining Area - Another view

Staircase decorated with murals & photo frames and kids play area
The way up

Decoration Pieces
Decor

Living room with center table and couch
Living Room

Wall Texture and lighting
Textured Wall

Pooja unit with a temple in marble
Pooja Unit

Wardrobe with Book Shelf and space for decorative items with lighting
Bed Room Design

Bed with headrest and lighting
Bedroom Another view

Interior Design Bangalore
Wardrobe

Concorde Napa Valley
Living Room - Another view

TV Unit with wall papered back panel to hide the wires
TV Unit - Awaiting the TV

Modular Kitchen in Hi Gloss shutters
Kitchen

Modular Kitchen Showing Hob Chimney and storage shelves
Kitchen - Another view


14 comments:

  1. Hi Nandita,
    Beautiful work and thanks for sharing info on interiors.
    I need ur inputs on using 30mm grainate for modular kitchen.
    My builder is giving 30mm grainate can we go with it for modular kitchen or we should go with 20mm grainate only for modular one.
    If we use 30mm grainate for modular kichen what will be disadvantages in long run and does height of the kitchen wil also vary
    We are ready to go with 20mm but want to check whether 30mm is equally good as 20mm for modular.
    Please share ur inputs it wil b very helpful for us

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    1. 30MM granite is fine, rather better, to use. Most builders do not provide 30mm as it is not readily available. You may hence please go ahead, do however inform your Kitchen vendor in advance that you will be using 30MM granite so that he/she may plan accordingly.
      Rgds
      NM

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  2. Hi Nandita,

    Beautiful work and kitchen is good.
    Could you please let us know what is the countertop used and from where did you buy those tiles. For shutters is it laminate or membrane?
    Thanks in advance

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    1. The countertop is Italian marble and the shutters are in Hi Gloss Laminate. Buying the right tiles is always a bit of a hunt and it is best to check out multiple local stores.

      Rgds
      NM

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  3. Hi Nandita,

    Thanks for wonderful blog. Can you provide inputs for the Bedroom wardrobes. I have quote for MDF with Marine Ply ( Green Ply) which is at Rs.1,350 per SqFt. The designer is informing that the both materials (MDF and MP) are costing Rs.75 per Sq Ft and is of good quality. The other option given is if only MDF is used it will be Rs.1200 per Sq Ft.I am doing the interiors for first time, so not sure of other things I should ask or consider. Also not sure if the rates are reasonable as well.

    Appreciate your comments.

    Thanks,
    Vinod

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    1. Hi Vinod,
      I cannot comment on the rates as these vary drastically based on the design as well as the vendor making the quote. If the rates quoted for MDF and Marine Ply (assuming Greenply Gold) are the same or within a 20% range then, your budget permitting, it is better to go for marine ply

      Rgds
      Nandita

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  4. Hi Nandita
    Thanks for sharing useful information to all. Currently we are beautifying our flat, could you please let us know is it ok to go with wallpapers. We have heard that over years it may come off if there is moisture in wall, is it true or it is better to go with texture paint
    Are there any particular brands you recommend for wallpapers.

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    1. Wallpapers are no recommended for walls that have potential for getting moist, such as external facing or bathroom facing walls. On other walls and if maintained wall paper would last 4 - 5 years and as much as regular paint.

      Regards
      Nandita

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  5. Hi Nandita
    We have doubts on modular or factory finish wardrobes or kitchen. If we go with modular ones wood wil have machine cut of 90° and if wall where it is installed is uneven then how that gap between wall and wood will be taken care. Heard that gap will be filled with silicon gel, is it ok considering look and durability, it wont go off and make way for coakroaches? We liked the finish of modular ones but concerned about above. Please clarify, we need info on this to decide to go with factory made or carpentary made. Thanks

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    1. Depending on the size of the gap it may be filled with a filler (thin strip of ply) or with silicone (for small gaps). There is no issue with either and you may go ahead with modular construction.
      Cockroach menace needs to be managed via a proper pest control.

      Rgds
      Nandita

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  6. Hi Nandita,
    Nice ideas and great work.
    From where did you get that single white and blue chair in living room. Its beautiful. Looking for some chairs like that for our living room your response will help us. Thanks

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    1. The tall chair is from Lifestyle, Bangalore

      Rgds
      Nandita


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  7. Hi Nandita,
    Beautiful work. Liked the wallpaper behind the sofa in living. Could you please let us know from which shop did you get that wallpaper.

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    1. Almost all shops have a decent range of wallpapers. You can check with your closest wallpaper vendor or try Marshalls, Floating Walls or Home Town

      Rgds
      NM

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