4 BHK Maple Tree Interior Design, at Ahmedabad, by Shayona Consultant | Prashant Parmar Architect

Prashant Parmar

Prashant Parmar

This is a 4 bedroom apartment with drawing, living, kitchen, dining and a beautiful balcony in the front. Client came to us with a desire to create a home with modest and timeless interior. They wanted their residence to be very simple, modern, and maintenance-free. - Shayona Consultant | Prashant Parmar Architect

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4 BHK Maple Tree Interior Design, at Ahmedabad, by Shayona Consultant | Prashant Parmar Architect 1

This is a 4 bedroom apartment with drawing, living, kitchen, dining and a beautiful balcony in the front. Client came to us with a desire to create a home with modest and timeless interior. They wanted their residence to be very simple, modern, and maintenance-free.

The interiors follow a subtle colour scheme, highlighting the luxurious grey italian marble flooring, rich materials and exquisite décor details. Unexpected touches like the exaggerated lights, brass artifacts, accents and illusive pattern in the passage add surprise elements.

One is welcomed by a refreshing garden balcony that keeps the apartment ventilated throughout the day. The garden entrance is creatively done, distinctive use of wood in flooring and ceiling with little green patch looks mesmerizing.

The balcony leads to a spacious drawing room which has a very airy vibe with large glazing on both the sides. The highlight of the room is the white textured wall on the back of the sitting and a stone-textured MCM cladding TV wall. Texture creates a drama to the room with a bunch of brass artifacts, creating an essence of cosy ambience of the room. The Italian leather material and colour of the sofa furniture add luxury and comfort to the space.

The drawing room leads to living, dining and puja area. Continuity in materiality and colour selection is reflected from drawing room to every corner the house. Every piece of furniture is treated as if it were a canvas or an artwork by embellishing it with details and accents.

Large windows infiltrate the entire living and dining area with beautiful natural light. The morning light in the dining is lovely and it turns into a cosy breakfast place for the family to hang out and make breakfast together.

Kitchen is compact in size. To make it look spacious, muted colour palette is used with white Corian finish top for the platform and PU finish for the furniture that keeps the kitchen bright and natural.

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The Dining top is gorgeous artificial white marble that adds up luxury to the space. A small corner is treated as a puja area with a holistic and divine wooden partition.

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Soothing neutral tones for the couches with a white marble finish centre table have been incorporated in the living room with complimenting shades of curtains.

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The passage leading to the all the bedrooms is a prominent feature of the apartment. It is an abstract illumined installation of reflection of light and material. The continuation of led profile light from ceiling to walls gives a playful effect with a sense of illusion.

Master Bedroom 1 ­­­–

The master bedroom exudes its own style and young personality. The wall panelling behind the bed is reflected from the ceiling. This backdrop from ceiling to wall gives minimalistic ambience. Back-painted white glass with wooden touch in wardrobe and TV unit reflects the overall charisma of the room.

Master Bedroom 2 –

A gorgeous cladded wall with wooden plank texture as a backdrop for bed and TV unit, forms a luxurious background. Horizontal niche creatively break the solidity of the wall. The use of sage green and wooden blinds compliments the overall impact of the room.

Bedroom 3 –

The base of this room was to choose a tone that complements the occupant’s choice of keeping it simple and light. We chose a muted cream and grey colour palette with tonal floral curtains.

Guest bedroom –

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Guest Bedroom is rendered with off-white colour scheme with wooden highlights, inviting the east light, creating the room bright and young. A simple wooden framed niche behind the bed makes the bedroom simply elegant that presents a striking statement with golden accents.

Simplicity with modern luxury is an important part of our design process. Experimentation with the right stroke of simplistic design creates a beautiful and rhythmic substance inhabitable with comfort and luxury.

Drawings –

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Project Details :

Project name : 4 BHK Maple Tree Interior Design

Project Location : Ahmedabad

Project size : 2370 Carpet Area

Firm Name : Shayona Consultant

Principle Architect : Prashant Parmar Architect

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