Showing posts with label Home Interior Photographs. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Home Interior Photographs. Show all posts

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Some pictures of Interior work done at Salarpuria Greenage

Some pictures that my client sent me last week of an interior project I did at Salarpuria Greenage nearly 3 years back. Great to see that the home still looks to be in top shape. Have also posted these to the FB page

Living Room design with False roofing and tv unit
Living Room Design

TV Unit design with concealed wiring
TV Unit Design

Bangalore Home Interior Design Pictures, Crockery Unit with painting
Crockery Unit Design

Pooja unit with lighting
Pooja Unit

Modular Kitchen with Breakfast Counter and lighting

Kids Room in Pink with Study table
Children's Room Design

Crockery unit with pebbles and lighting
Crockery Unit Design

Living room with false roofing and lighting
Living Room & False Roofing Design

Wardrobe in Hi Gloss with integrated TV unit and concealed wiring
Wardrobe Design

Sunday, December 8, 2013

Photographs of my recent Home Interior project at Yelahanka, Bangalore

It is a beautiful penthouse  - top floor, some 3000 sqft with a huge kitchen, party area and the works. Below are the recent clicks.

Ganesha and Candles
Nothing starts (and ends) well without the blessings of the almighty

Decorative unit in the Living Room
This was actually a recess between two pillars in the center of the home and was converted into a divine showcase to bring a feeling of "presence" & "calmness" to the entire home.

False Roofing Design and Lighting
Looking through the living room into the Kitchen

Curtains and Lighting
Another angle of the same emphasizing the overall lighting

Living Room Seating
The Sofa Units - from Urban Ladder

Mirror Decoration
One of my favorites - got an artist to hand-paint the mirror - it shows maple leaves falling from the top

Dum Dum/ Bum Bum of "Night at the Museum" Fame

TV Unit Design
The TV Unit

TV Unit - Another shot. Wiring hidden behind the wall panel

White Crockery unit with Lighting
The Crockery Unit. Breakfast counter in the Kitchen on the right

Lighting inside the crockery unit
Crockery Unit - another Shot

Glass and Laminate Wardrobe Doors
Bedroom 1 - Sliding Wardrobe. The photograph doesn't do justice to the actual output as the lighting in the bedrooms was not enough for a good shot (same is true for all the bedroom photos below). The photographer ... who also happens to be a dear friend, was also bereft of equipment having left the same in safe custody at Kolkata during his recent shift to Bangalore :(

Wardrobe Shelving

Headrest - Haneef mian's (the headrest maker's) second iteration. The first one got rejected as the colours of the threads used for the stitching did not match the theme. He will surely give up on me some day :)

Sliding Shutters with beading
This one's a giant - 10 feet in width - and required quite a bit of engineering to make the shutters and ensure that they slide well.

Sliding Wardrobe - Shelving

Bathroom Storage

Painted & Mirrored sliding doors
I was bored with horizontal mirrors on sliding wardrobes - this was the result

Haneef Mian at work again - this one was first time right :)

Edge handles for bathroom storage - helps your kurta to not get caught in the handle when you brush your teeth. Bet you never thought of that one :)

Partial view of the shower partition

What is this - Take a guess??

Stand Alone Bar Unit
A rollaway bar :)

Kitchen with Lighting
The kitchen. It has lights UNDER the bottom cabinets ... hee

Kitchen - another angle showing the corner sink.

Partial view of the breakfast counter

Breakfast counter in solid surface
Full view of the Breakfast Counter

Bar Stools
Breakfast Counter - Another angle. The hole is just for show and for the kids to have some fun.

White and Green Book Rack and TV Unit
This was a massive TV unit cum bookshelf. Was a bit of an experiment with random open and closed shelving. However ended up pretty satisfactory.

Duco painted TV Unit
Bookshelf - Another view

Murali Manohar - Came all the way from Orissa to bless the home

As I said at the beginning ...nothing starts & ends without the blessings of the almighty.
... lights out

PS: The top floor lawn/ party area is phase 2 of the project...look forward...

Bye for now

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