Do you love big homes and always wanted a villa? Well then it’s time for you to check out this villa interior design done by Design Cafe.
Residents: A couple with their two sons.
Location: Adarsh Palm Retreat – Villa, Bangalore
Year Built: 2018
Size: 3,445 Square ft
Interior Designer: Jessica Fernandis
This home is designed to adapt to the contemporary living needs of new homeowners and to create an exciting new experience. To create a different dynamic, we at Design Cafe have made sure this villa interior design is both sleek and raw at the same time.
A Wonderful Villa Living Room Design
The front door opens its way into the living room that seamlessly extends to the dining area and kitchen. It’s a beautiful walk across with cream coloured marble floors and has an arch that stands so grand and tall to welcome you and your guests.
The minute you open the door, you would want to be hypnotised by the modern villa interior design drawn towards the feeling of home sweet home.
We have decided to give this villa living room design a touch of the sky with midnight blue sofa sets—a splash of cream coloured paint on the walls for a classic look. This living room has a feature wall which stands out as a divider with a metal panel finish against a gritty textured wallpaper.
When it comes to lights, a beautiful chandelier has been used in the passageway to give a warm welcome, and simple focus and pendant lights have been used in the living area.
Villa Kitchen Design
We have visually connected the kitchen and dining nook by extending the same colour palette of grey and white across the countertop, that adds to this unique villa interior.
Pooja Unit For The Villa
We all know that pooja and punaskar are a part of most of our sanskar. This pooja room is constructed on the ground floor, made from white marble with spiritual characters carved in within and warm lights placed behind to give it a glow.
Let’s Get The Giggles And Good Times Going
This villa interior design equipped with a basement has been converted into an entertainment area with a portable bar and high bar chairs. The home theatre steals the show with bright blue lights to give a cinematic feel and rich velvet bean bags that compliment the comfortable recliner chairs. This home theatre adds a personal touch as it is equipped with the homeowner favourite set of speakers.
Brilliant Bedroom Bonanza
The villa bedroom design for a master bedroom has a gorgeous blend of blues and whites. With plain, patterned blue curtains and white bedspreads that match the headboard and side table, this is definitely an elegant masterpiece.
The Boys Kind Of Bedroom
The boys both have different tastes. One likes his room to be simple and prefers neutral shades of grey and white. The other likes to add a rustic touch with a textured backsplash. A study unit is integrated into the villa bedroom design to give minimum storage. The table end in a finish of white Duco paint makes it look exquisite.
A Slight Puff Of Powder Please
The powder room has a touch of rustic charm with slabs of timber neatly placed against the wall vitrified tiles beige tones are used for the flooring. That’s a wrap to the story of minimal home interiors for couple’s who love their space to be well organised and clutter-free.