Thursday, August 27, 2015

Some more pictures of home interiors across Bangalore @ Purva Atria, Brigade Courtyard, Salarpuria Silverwoods, Greenage, Chaitanya Smran, Mahaveer Rhyolite, Chartered Beverly Hills, Samruddhi Lakedrive & more

These pictures have been lying around on my phone for a long time, finally ended up posting them on the Facebook Page. For the first time I could appreciate FB for the ease that it offers for posting pictures without which these pics may lost their way on the cellphone ... super like :)

Posting them here again for the readers of this blog. Here goes...

TV Unit with paneling and concealed wiring

Wal Panel with mirror

Modular Kitchen with Hob and Chimney

Crockery unit with a glass top

Kids Room

Childrens bed with integrated headrest, lighting and paneling

Wardrobe in Duco Paint

Wardrobe in Laminate and machine pressed edge banding

Sliding Wardrobe with Glass Shutters

Study Table with storage for books

Sliding Wardrobe in Hi Gloss and Glass Shutters

Pooja Unit

Kitchen & a 4 seater Dining Table

TV Unit with wallpapered back panel

Puja unit with hand painted glass

Tall Unit with built in microwave and oven

TV Unit with storage and textured back panel

Open and closed shelves

TV Unit with Concealed wiring

Partition unit between Living & Dining

Living Room with Lighting

Contemporary Puja Unit

Bedroom Wardrobe with Storage

Wardrobe with a small study table

That's it for now. As always will welcome your feedback

Signing off



  1. Hello Nandita,

    Thanks a lot for helping and educating novices like us in the field of interior and wood work.

    I am looking for sliding wardrobe as the space between the bed and wardrobe is very less. And for this, I met a person who provides services for the interior work who said that for wardrobes he will provide BWR ply in which there are thin rods of steel which will prevent the ply from bending. Does such type of ply exists.
    Need your input and guidance on this.


    1. I have not come across ply containing steel rods to avoid warping. There however is something called an adjustment fitting available which is like a tensioner that resists warping. Refer


  2. Hi Nandita ,
    Can you please explain the sequence of works in an interior design project .. what needs to come after the other .I have a new flat ,the flooring is done ,though i want to change the flooring and make it wooden in one room only ..change the bathroom tiling and the santaryware .I Need to do false ceiling and also change the position of some electrical points ..there is also full carpentry work and painting works .

  3. Ideally the work sequence should be
    Civil (Tiling, Sanitary) & Electrical --> Woodwork & False Roofing --> Painting --> Wooden Flooring



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